Foods that are converted into powder are easy to store, transport, and use as ingredients in meals. Plus, they still have all the nutrients.
If food prices continue to skyrocket, we could see a famine in first world countries. Here’s what to do and how to prepare.
Buckets are sturdy, lightweight, stackable, and inexpensive. But storing food safely in buckets does take a bit of know-how.
In case of emergency, there are three water sources already in your home: the hot water heater, the toilet tanks, and the plumbing pipes.
While one way to stay ahead of food inflation is to stockpile it, there are many additional ways to continue to eat well at a decent price.
While flour typically has a shelf life of about 6 months, but when stored properly, white flour can last over 10-15 years.
Droughts are causing problems for farmers, and the supply chain issues are only getting worse, which means food prices will soon skyrocket.
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.