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12 year shelf life verified for Mountain House Food Storage

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Research Shows 12 year shelf life Albany, OR (PRWEB) October 06, 2014 New testing by the Sensory Science Laboratory at Oregon State University has found the food pouches of Mountain House, the leading provider of freeze dried foods for outdoor recreation and long-term storage, offer a 20-percent longer shelf life than previously verified. The third-party […]

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National Preparedness Month

National Preparedness Month is September!

National Preparedness Month is Here. If you haven’t recently, now might be a good time to access your overall preparedness during National Preparedness Month.  With so many reasons to have some of the essentials you’ll need on a daily basis at your disposal, it makes sense to take some time to do a needs assessment. […]

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Places to Store Emergency Food

5 Clever Places to Store Emergency Food

Which places to store emergency food do you use? You’ve been taking time to gradually build up your canned food storage, but now you’ve run into a problem: you’ve reached critical mass! The amount of storage you have (or need to have) exceeds the amount of available space in your home. Where’s it all going […]

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Preserving Eggs

Preserving Eggs With No Refrigeration

Preserving Eggs – No Refrigeration Required Do you remember the joy of finding Easter Eggs when you were young? Have you ever had the “joy” of finding an Easter Egg several months after Easter has passed? It has such a strong and distinctive smell that as soon as someone says, “It smells like rotten eggs”, […]

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Gasoline Storage

Gasoline Storage – Why It’s An Important Part Of Your Preps

Gasoline Storage – Good to have around when the SHTF Every prepper worth his or her bug out bag knows the importance of having a well stocked food storage supply but when the SHTF, transportation is just as important. But what good does a car do you when the tank is empty? If the situation […]

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Dehydrating Cranberries

Dehydrating Cranberries

Dehydrating Cranberries Cranberries are a wonderfully healthful fruit. They are rich in tannin’s, which inhibit the oxidation of HDL’s, the “bad” kind of cholesterol, which helps to prevent atherosclerosis. Cranberries affect the acidity of urine and can disrupt the formation of kidney stones and prevent urinary tract infections. Dehydrating cranberries is a simple process that […]

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Water Storage

Water Storage – Common Mistakes You Should Avoid

Water Storage – 5 Common Mistakes You Should Avoid One of the first things that people think of when preparing for a disaster situation is storing water. Water is extremely crucial if you want to survive. A person can survive three weeks without food but only three days without water. Although water storage is forefront in […]

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dehydrating foods without electricity

Dehydrating Food Without Electricity

Dehydrating food without electricity, no problem. Dehydrating as a way to preserve food has been around for many centuries. It is a good way to set food aside when food is scarce or out of season. Dried food takes up less space and doesn’t weigh as much as fresh food. With today’s electrical dehydrators, dehydrating […]

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