June 25, 2014 |2 COMMENT(S)
You know the Read More
When an emergency strikes, you’re often left to your own skills and preparation to provide for you and your family. (...)
March 21, 2014
After living in Beijing for nearly three years, I came to understand the importance of soybeans in food storage. The Chinese people first record use of soybeans in 2383 B.C. (...)
If you’re just starting out, building a long-term food storage supply can seem a little overwhelming—but it doesn’t have to be. About two years ago we published an article giving you Read More
The Do-It-Yourself SuperPail ™ Combo is an excellent way for you to store your favorite bulk foods in your long-term storage.
And it’s really simple to do—just pick one of the methods we’ve outlined below, and follow the steps. Easy peasy.
Having food storage of any kind is a step in the right direction--to really make your storage work well for you and your family, think about the things you love to eat on a day-to-day basis, and plan to store ingredients that will make those meals possible. (...)
What exactly is gluten? Gluten is the protein part of the wheat kernel. It can be separated from the starchy part of the grain and used in many ways to replace meat. (...)
July 12, 2013 |6 COMMENT(S)
The old saying that "variety is the spice of life" can be turned around to express the truth that spices give variety to our lives by making our cooking more interesting and tasty. (...)
America is the land of plenty; a place of security and shelter for its citizens. Would we ever really need to use food storage here? This is a thought-provoking question. Research has shown that the average American household has less than a week’s supply of food on hand. (...)
"What should I buy?" "How much should I store?"
"Are there enough calories to sustain me for the day?"
These basic questions confront all of us as we try to plan how best to meet the nutritional needs of our families in emergency situations. (...)