Food Storage: How to Store and Use Cornstarch
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by Kylene
9M ago
Cornstarch is a versatile staple in the kitchen. It enhances the texture and taste of sauces, soups, baked goods, fried foods, and desserts. Cornstarch is also a valuable ingredient in ..read more
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Survival Soup: Cheap, Balanced Nutrition That Stores for Up to 30 Years
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by Kylene
1y ago
Survival soup is a Scotch Broth variation that is quite tasty, and incredibly inexpensive, with ingredients that can be stored long-term. This combination of legumes and grains can be turned ..read more
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The Actual Shelf-Life of Chocolate
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by Kylene
2y ago
Chocolate is a foundational item in my food storage program because I admit, I am quite addicted. Perhaps it is because of the theobromine and caffeine in chocolate but it ..read more
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Food Storage: The Actual Shelf-Life of White Flour
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by Kylene
2y ago
White flour is a wonderfully diverse dry good and a valuable part of any home food storage plan. The problem is that white flour, along with other milled products, has ..read more
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Homemade Freeze-Dried Powders: The Ideal Baby Food and Self-Stable Quick Nutrition for Everyone
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by Kylene
2y ago
Access to quick, shelf-stable, whole foods can be a bit of a challenge. Freeze-dried fruits and vegetables retain up to 98 percent of their original nutritional value. Blending them into ..read more
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Selecting the Right Grain Mill for Emergencies and Everyday Use
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by Kylene
3y ago
The right grain mill can make all the difference in your ability to create delicious meals from your stored grains, beans, and legumes. Wheat grinders make it possible for our ..read more
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Food Storage: How to Store Wheat So It Is Still Delicious 31 Years Later
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by Kylene
3y ago
Wheat is a basic staple and an essential dry good in your survival food supply. Bread, cereal, pasta, muffins, pancakes, tortillas, cookies, cakes, pizza, pastries, and just about everything delicious ..read more
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Food Storage: What is the Actual Shelf Life of Granulated or White Sugar
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by Kylene
3y ago
Sugar is a foundational ingredient in a long-term food storage program. It enhances the flavor of basic dry ingredients and provides calories. White sugar is also used as a preservative ..read more
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Food Storage Experiment: Will Old Beans Germinate?
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by Kylene
3y ago
Correctly stored dry beans can remain edible for 25 to 30 years, but will they sprout? The ability to grow a new crop of dry beans from stored beans would ..read more
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Make Food Storage Meals Amazing: Include a Spice Bucket in Your Storage!
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by Kylene
3y ago
Beans, lentils, split peas, rice, pasta, wheat, and rolled oats can be wonderful foundational dry goods for a long-term survival food supply. While they provide valuable nutrition and calories, they ..read more
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