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food storage recipes

Published in Food Storage on 14th July 2017

Food storage allows food to be eaten for some time (typically weeks to months) after harvest rather than solely immediately. It is both a traditional domestic skill and, in the form of food logistics, an important industrial and commercial activity. Food preservation, storage, and transport, including timely delivery to consumers, are important to food security, […]

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food storage ideas

Published in Food Storage on 14th July 2017

Bear-resistant food storage containers, also called bear canisters or bear cans, are usually hard-sided containers used by backpackers to protect their food from theft by bears. Bear canisters are seeing increased popularity in areas where bears have become habituated to human presence, and are required in some regions such as Yosemite National Park in the […]

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food storage definition

Published in Food Storage on 14th July 2017

Food storage containers are widespread in use throughout the world and have probably been in use since the first human civilizations. see more at wikipedia Check More at http://www.survivaltips4u.com/go/noproblem

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10 Useful Skills You Can Barter in a Crisis

Published in Communities, Food Storage, Kits, Skills, Strategies on 6th November 2016

Introduction When most people think about bartering, they limit themselves to thinking about what goods they can give away. That’s fine as far as it goes; but there is an inherent risk in bartering goods in a crisis situation. That is that others might get the idea that you have something they need and decide […]

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9 Ways to Cook When the Grid Goes Down

Published in Communities, Food Storage, Kits, Skills, Strategies on 6th November 2016

Introduction Amongst the many problems that we will all face in a grid-down situation is that of cooking our food. Today’s food preparation methods almost all require the use of electricity. Even people who have gas stoves might find that they can’t use them in a critical situation as the gas may stop flowing. About […]

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8 Ways to Purify Drinking Water

Published in Food Storage, Kits, Skills, Strategies on 6th November 2016

Introduction Amongst all the necessities for survival, purified drinking water is one of the most critical. You can only survive about three days without water, less if you are trying to survive in a hot climate. That makes water a very high priority. When we’re talking about pure water, that’s not the same as clean […]

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9 Natural Shelters to Look for in a Bug-Out

Published in Communities, Food Storage, Kits, Strategies on 6th November 2016

Introduction I’m a firm believer in bugging in whenever possible. That doesn’t mean that I’m opposed to bugging out when the need arises, just that I think that most people would be better off staying at home, where they have more to work with. However, even if your primary survival plan is to bug in, […]

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17 Items You Need in Your Bug-Out Bag

Published in Communities, Food Storage, Kits, Skills, Strategies on 6th November 2016

Introduction Bug-out bags are the topic of a lot of conversations these days, even within the government. This increasing awareness is good because they’re not just a great idea; your bug-out bag could save your life. You never know when you will be faced with an emergency and have to evacuate your home. With a […]

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How to Store Food Long-Term without Spoilage

Published in Food Storage, Kits, Skills, Strategies on 6th November 2016

Introduction Most food that you buy in the grocery store is only packaged to last a few months up to a year. The only exception to this is canned goods, which can last for years if the seal isn’t broken. Check how short the life expectancy is by looking at the expiration date on the […]

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