How To Create A Food Storage Supply For You And Your Spouse … For As Little As $5 Per Week - Off The Grid News
People who live in America rarely consider the need for building up a food supply to offset a national crisis, such as a devastating war or a natural disaster, simply because food in the United States is so readily available and easy to obtain. However, if something terrible did happen and supermarkets did not remain ...
With commonsense planning, you can survive hard times - Backwoods Home Magazine
By Jackie Clay Issue #55 • January/February, 1999 Today, many people are afraid that hard times are about to descend upon us because of the Y2K computer date problem, also known as the Millennium Bug. Others fear that the economic chaos occurring in Asia, parts of South America, and parts of Europe will engulf the […]
How to Build a Depression Era Pantry
How to Build a Depression Era Pantry- Go back to basics with these frugal depression era tips. You will save money and stock your pantry with whole foods. These life hacks are both frugal, healthy, and practical.
Avoiding Food Insecurity with a Well Stocked Pantry - 5 Easy Steps
The Well Stocked Pantry - Learn how to stop relying on the grocery store and provide food security for your family! Then you will know how to eat well even in times of need, boy do I need this right now!
Cheap Long Term Food Storage: Store Food for Emergencies without Breaking the Bank | Survival | Before It's News
As we always say here at Crisis Survivor Tips, prepping doesn’t have to break the bank. There are ways you can prep and still be within ...
Root Storage Bin
The Best Way to Store Root Crops Heavy wire frame with jute liner Store root crops in any cool, dark area Also great for overwintering dahlia tubers Watch: Root Vegetable Storage Bin: Garden Answer Root veggies like carrots and beets will stay fresh all winter and even grow sweeter in this storage bin. Just fill with layers of damp sand or sawdust, alternating with layers of carrots or beets, and put in a cool, dark place. Potatoes, turnips and squash can go right in the bin…