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During World War II, 36 volunteer conscientious objectors participated in a starvation study conducted at the University of Minnesota. The study consisted of three phases. It was designed to mimic the effect that starvation would have on the European populations …Read More...
Lately I have seen some discussions on the long-term storage of brown rice. Some people and websites have put forth antidotal evidence that it can be stored for as much as 10 years or so.
While I agree completely with …Read More...
If you live in California, you know that we have had a significant amount of rain in the last thirty days. The question is will it be enough to offset the drought.
Richard Stapler, spokesman for the California Natural …Read More...
Every now and then, we will find flour weevils in food that comes prepackaged from the store. Sometimes if there are only a few we will use it anyway, but most of the time it gets used for fertilizer. The …Read More...
I am sure you have all opened a box of food from your pantry and have found weevils. They are little black bugs that seem to be everywhere and spread rapidly through your food. They chew through plastic bags and …Read More...
As you saw in yesterdays post, older long-term food stores turn up fairly regularly. I even had a friend call me up and say that he still had a number of cans of Dri-Harvest in his storage. Now rotating …Read More...
Today I want to talk about long-term food storage. Because I know many people that have been into preparedness before it became popular, I have had the chance to see and try foods that have been stored for 20 to …Read More...
Storage space is a continuing problem for most preppers. Most modern houses don’t have much good storage space. By that, I mean out of sight, reasonably secure and having moderate temperatures. In most homes, the garage is the biggest storage …Read More...
The other day I was in DisasterStuff.com a preparedness store that is located within a reasonable distance from my home. While there, we were discussing water storage. In California, this is a big subject due to the drought.
People are …Read More...