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Whether you are well into food storage or just starting out, you may be wondering about how to cook all those freeze-dried, dehydrated, bottled and canned foods and integrate them into your daily menus. You may soon realize that
The thermos is a must-have piece of food storage equipment. With a little hot water and your favorite dehydrated foods, a whole meal can be cooked right in the thermos.
Vegetable gardening tips - Growing your own groceries with container gardening, indoor vegetable gardening or any small gardening plot. Start now or get your survival garden seeds to store for when they're needed.
Dehydrating food in your own kitchen is a great way to preserve fruits and vegetables and even make your own jerky. Dehydrating foods at home can be a fun and rewarding skill. Save money by buying fruits and vegetables in season and in bulk and dehydrate them yourself. Or, even better, grow them in your own garden. When you dehydrate your own foods, you will know for sure what goes into them - no chemical preservatives or fillers and more nutrition. There are several methods of dehydrating your own foods [...]
A FoodSaver Vacuum Sealer makes storing dehydrated food easy and guarantees a long shelf life.
An emergency radio powered by solar, batteries, wind-up, and electricity is a vital item in the event of a catastrophe to keep in contact with the outside world.
Container Vegetable Gardening - No yard for even a little garden space? Container vegetable gardening is the solution to any gardening obstacles. You can be a backyard gardener and harvest your own crops even if you don't have a backyard.
Why do we need a 72-hour kit? When planning the contents of your 72-hour kit, remember that this is only for 3 days max. Keeping that in mind should help you to not over pack. There are many situations where this kit could come in handy - not just during a disaster. There may be short-term reasons to keep a 72-hour kit in your car, in the office, as well as at home.
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