Make sure your emergency food lasts as long as possible. Here are nine tricks to make your emergency food last longer.
Making your own meat powder is a great way to add shelf-stable meat to your pantry. Here is a delicious meat powder recipes.
Getting started prepping and building a food stockpile is overwhelming. The best place to start is to build a two-week emergency food supply.
What if a disaster knocks out the power to your home, leaving you without a refrigerator? Here are nine ways to keep your food cold.
Canned food can last a long time, even decades, but only if it’s been stored in the right conditions. Even then, you have to be careful.
#10 cans are large metal cans that are ideal for food storage. They are pronounced “10-pound can” rather than “number 10 can.”
If you’re looking for long-term food storage, freeze-drying is your best bet. Home freeze dryers significantly increase food’s shelf life.
These are the best canned meats that you should stockpile so you’ll have plenty of protein when the grid goes down.
The best way to keep fresh produce happy and not wilted or spoiled is to learn which foods should not be stored together.
With just $20 per month, you can build a massive emergency food stockpile by the end of the year. Here’s how to do it.