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Pressure canning chicken is easy. It may take a few hours, but you’ll end up with delicious meat not requiring refrigeration during storage! Here’s how:
Do you eat rice twice or more each week? If you do, you may have arsenic-related health concerns. Here’s how to minimize arsenic in your rice through preparation and cooking.
The REAL definition of food expiration dates such as Use-by, Best-by, and Sell-by dates are causing 90% of Americans to throw away food prematurely.
Dry beans are a staple food for preparedness (they store well). Here are several recipes. Lets get your input for your favorite bean recipes too!
2 great ways to store dried beans for medium or long term storage. One method allows easy diversification of many varieties. The other for decade+ storage.
Vegetables at the grocery store might look clean and fresh, but some may be contaminated with germs. Here’s how to help kill those germs with vinegar.
Food storage and its shelf life is affected by temperature, moisture, atmosphere, and the container itself. Here’s more detail about it…
Check out these simple tips how to know if the food in your freezer actually thawed while you were away when the power went out…
Which is better for the preparedness deep pantry? Tuna in oil? Tuna in water?