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The following is a revised list of foods that I recommend for your storage. This is not all-inclusive but is a good starting point. The amount of food that you store will depend on several things. How long a time …Read More...
I recently received the following question. “Just beginning to do some food storage. I live in sunny BUT humid central Florida. We often have 80-90 percent humidity outside. We do have central air but concerned about repacking staples into Mylar, …Read More...
So you have decided to become a prepper. How do you start? First, make a plan. Don’t just run of willy-nilly. Making a plan will save you money and help you avoid making costly mistakes. Here are four simple …Read More...
FreezeDryGuy and I have been friends for almost 40 years. I have deal with him personally on many occasions and have watched him deal with others. I have found him to be honest and have no reservations about recommending him. …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...
The second enemy of food storage, I want to discuss is moisture. This includes problems with high humidity as well as the more obvious ones. The best, but most expensive solution is to store your food in a climate-controlled room. …Read More...
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