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Store Your Glass Jars / Canned Food Safely and Affordably

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Bottling food is the best! It’s a great way to preserve food from your garden, jam the berries in season, or even store up meats for stews. Who doesn’t love homemade salsa right out of the jar? It can last for years and you can save your favorite foods and know exactly what is in them.

Yet here’s a dilemma:

How do you safely store all your bottled food to be safe from the effects of an earthquake?

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Home Canning Cheese in a Water Bath Canner

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So I’ve tried waxing cheese, but I’ve also heard of canning cheese. One thing I love about the idea of canning cheese is that I don’t have to check as often and rotate it like my waxed cheese.

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Items to Stock Up On for Barter After Disaster or Economic Collapse

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My personal philosophy is: DIVERSITY is key when it comes to preparing.  For me, this means having several different kinds of food storage (freeze dried, dehydrated, home bottled, store canned, etc), Self-protection, Medical preps and First Aid, and so forth.

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Waxing Cheese at Home – Real Cheese Food Storage!

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My family loves cheese! We use it in so much food we make and just to snack on.  The thought of only having powdered cheese in our long term food storage just sounds so…. Blah! So when I learned that you can wax cheese and it can last for years, I was totally on board!

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Canning Bacon: How to Bottle Bacon at Home

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It’s the “ultimate” food storage: BACON!!

What a treat to have in your food storage pantry, don’t you think? What a way to dress up all those beans you’ve stored than to have bacon! I wanted to try canning bacon for months and I was pouring through the different blogs and articles on how to do it.

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First Hand Lessons from Hurricane Sandy

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In October of 2012, a destructive and deadly hurricane named Sandy swept across the eastern United States taking the lives of over 230 people and inflicting 68 billion dollars of damage. The most severe damage was caused in New Jersey as well as New York.

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Top 10 Reasons Why You Probably Don’t Have Your Food Storage

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(Originally written by Wendy DeWitt)

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My Amazon Favorites for Emergency Preparedness + TIPS

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I’m not the most expert on coupon clipping or bargain hunting, but I have done a lot of researching and studying of products and items in the last year for preparedness.  I thought I would share what I personally have found, in the event that it is helpful for anyone else. Please also realize that the things I was researching and purchasing have been what I felt was a need for my family and our preps.  Yours might be different.

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Events To Follow an Economic Collapse & How To Prepare NOW

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For those paying attention, it’s not hard to see that America is on its way very quickly to a paradigm shift.

We are facing a collapse of exceptional scale.  As noted by International Man Jeff Thomas of Casey Research, it’s not that difficult of an exercise to predict what’s coming next.

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