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Smoking meat and fish is an excellent way to preserve it for non-refrigerated storage. A smoke house is easy to build and is not expensive if you are willing to do a little work. There are two main types of …Read More...
It seems like almost everytime I go to a garage sale I see an old-fashioned meat grinder for sale. You know one of those hand crank ones for making your own hamburger. I have one stuffed away somewhere in our …Read More...
Garbanzo beans can be purchased dried or canned. If you are purchasing dried garbanzos, look for whole beans with less than 10% moisture content. Canned beans are a convenient way to purchase garbanzos, but with a much shorter shelf life. …Read More...
My wife has been drying foods again so we made a video of her drying oranges. Now I know drying oranges sounds funny, but it works great. She powders them and uses them like a spice on chicken, fish, deserts …Read More...
I see many people on the web recommending the use of desiccant packs to control moisture in stored foods. In over 40 years of storing food, I have never used one. Our dried storage includes all types of grains, legumes, …Read More...
My wife collects FoodSavers. Not really, she only has three of them and she uses them all the time. She vacuums seals all kinds of foods and spices in mason jars. This is the second video she has made on …Read More...
Light is the least understood enemy of food storage. Exposure to light can cause foods to spoil faster. Both natural and artificial light can cause photodegradation, according to the Department of Food Science and Human Nutrition at Clemson University. Exposure …Read More...