Foods that are converted into powder are easy to store, transport, and use as ingredients in meals. Plus, they still have all the nutrients.
Buckets are sturdy, lightweight, stackable, and inexpensive. But storing food safely in buckets does take a bit of know-how.
While flour typically has a shelf life of about 6 months, but when stored properly, white flour can last over 10-15 years.
While it is a good idea to stock up emergency food for your household, there are certain mistakes that are easy to make.
We scoured the web for deals and checked brick-and-mortar store prices to come up with eight ways to find great deals on emergency food.
If you are just now learning about using spices to make your food storage last longer, then prepare to be amazed.
If an emergency strikes, you want to be sure you have multiple protein sources in your food storage. Here are your best options.
Since the power could be out for a long time after a disaster, you should stockpile emergency foods that don’t need to be refrigerated.
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.