Category: Food Storage

25 Items to Stock From Sam’s Club

25 Items to Stock From Sam’s Club - Granted, Sam's Club doesn't have as much variety as Walmart or your average grocery store, but they have everything you need to cook from scratch: flour, sugar, oatmeal, honey, seasonings, baking soda, vegetable oil, and so forth.

If you’re stockpiling food for an emergency, the most affordable way to do it is to join a store like Sam’s Club or Costco and buy food in bulk. A membership costs around $50 a year, but you’ll save so …

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9 Ways to Store Meat Without Refrigeration

9 Ways to Store Meat Without Refrigeration - This article serves as an introduction to off-grid meat storage. We'll look at methods like smoking, curing, brining, dehydrating, freeze drying, and more. People were storing meat long before refrigerators were invented.

If you’re looking for a way to store meat without refrigeration, you’ve come to the right place. Whether you are prepping for an impending emergency, or just trying to live off the grid, food storage is going to be an …

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How To Make A DIY Beehive In A Jar

How To Make A DIY Beehive In A Jar -- There are so many benefits to beekeeping: honey, beeswax, royal jelly and the knowledge that you are helping the bee population survive. It is a fun and rewarding hobby or occupation; more and more people are raising bees in suburban areas than ever.

There are so many benefits to beekeeping: honey, beeswax, royal jelly and the knowledge that you are helping the bee population survive. It is a fun and rewarding hobby or occupation; more and more people are raising bees in suburban …

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How To Build A Cold Spring House For Free Refrigeration

How To Build A Cold Spring House For Free Refrigeration - A great option is to build a cold spring house. A spring house is a small building, usually one room, constructed over a spring.

If you have chosen, or are planning, to live off the grid as a self-sufficient homesteader/prepper, standard refrigerators are not an ideal choice. Simply put, they defeat the purpose of being off grid. Refrigerators use an enormous amount of electricity …

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How to Choose the Best Emergency Food and Why

How to Choose the Best Emergency Food and Why - As a general rule of thumb, you want foods that A) Take up low volume, and B) Contain high calories. By finding foods with those two qualities, you’ll be able to maximize the space in your home or bug out bag.

Have you ever wondered what the best emergency food is? Is it rice? Is it canned food? As a general rule of thumb, you want foods that A) Take up low volume, and B) Contain high calories. By finding foods …

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How to Build a 25-Year Emergency Food Supply

How to Build a 25-Year Emergency Food Supply - This article is all about building that 25-year food supply. Now that might not be your thought process when it comes to long term survival or even long term diet.

We are talking about a third of most peoples lives, when we say a 25 year food supply. That is nothing to shake a stick at. It also means that you can check a big box when you have that …

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Establishing How Much Food And Water To Store

Establishing How Much Food And Water To Store - Most people do not make the necessary calculations and end up creating more problems than they solve. You need to make sure that you have considered all the things you need to take into account and this article provides the information necessary to make these decisions and gives you all the points you need to take into account.

Considering the way that our civilization is progressing and at the pace at which our lives can easily go from one state to another, downhill or uphill, it is about time that we start storing water and food for the …

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Peanut Butter as a Survival Food: Protein Packed in the Pantry

Peanut Butter as a Survival Food: Protein Packed in the Pantry - One of the best survival foods is widely available and probably already in your pantry! Peanut butter is an excellent and nutritious way to stay fed during an emergency, disaster, or SHTF. It has plenty of nutrients and protein to carry you over for short periods, or it can supplement a long-term food storage supply.

One of the best survival foods is widely available and probably already in your pantry! Peanut butter is an excellent and nutritious way to stay fed during an emergency, disaster, or SHTF. It has plenty of nutrients and protein to …

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27 Foods That Last For Decades

27 Foods That Last For Decades - Once you have these emergency foods on hand, then you can start mapping out a food storage meal plan and figure out what to get and how often to rotate through it. This article lists 27 foods and ingredients that will easily last for decades if you store them properly. Even if you don't use them all, they'd be great for barter.

Food storage is a big and complicated topic, and for newbie preppers it can be a bit overwhelming. That’s why my advice to anyone stockpiling food for the first time is to start simple. Focus on foods that will last …

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Storing Bulk Dry Foods In PETE Bottles Using Oxygen Absorbers

Storing Bulk Dry Foods In PETE Bottles Using Oxygen Absorbers - PETE bottles are food grade. That being said, this method of food storage should (in my own opinion) be used for short to medium term storage.

PETE plastic bottles are good containers that can be used for storage of shelf-stable, bulk dry foods that you normally keep in canisters in your pantry. Normal kitchen canisters do not have air tight seals. As a result, with changes …

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