Do you want to learn the secrets to storing food that can only be learned by years of experience and research? Today is your lucky day. Join Debbie, Jenny, and Kylene as we answer common food storage questions and share some hard-earned wisdom and knowledge.
Stocking up on basic shelf-stable goods that you use in your everyday life is one of the best approaches to storing food for life’s emergencies as well as for disasters and food shortages. You can learn more at TheProvidentPrepper.org
If you are interested in purchasing a freeze dryer visit Harvest Right
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The least expensive option for purchasing basic dry goods for long-term storage is found at The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints Home Storage Centers.
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Here is a direct link to the PDF so you can print it and put it where you can find it when you need it.
Prepper Pantry: 200 Common Baking Substitutions to the Rescue
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Packaging Dry Foods in Glass Jars for Long Term Food Storage
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