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Food preservation tips: What kinds of food can you dehydrate?

April 30, 2020 -

The benefits of food dehydration

When you dehydrate food, you reduce its moisture content to between five to 20 percent. This inhibits bacterial growth and extends the food's shelf-life, even without the use of natural preservatives like salt and vinegar.

Dehydrated foods also weigh less and take up little space. This means you can easily stockpile on a lot and not have to worry about cupboard or pantry space. Additionally, dehydrated foods are ideal for survival and emergency ...

Food preservation tips: How to salt meat for your stockpile

January 26, 2023 - food preservation method that uses coarse "corns" or pellets of salt to dry-cure meat.

Irish corned beef is made from beef brisket, but any cut of meat can be corned.

Salt brine curing

Salt brine curing uses brine made with salt to preserve meat. In the past, people added salt to the brine until they can float an egg in the liquid.

However, it is more accurate to use a hydrometer. You can also keep things simple by following a reliable recipe....

Food preservation techniques used by different cultures around the world

November 09, 2022 - food preservation technique used by Native Americans. It is done by digging pits, lining them with sawdust or straw, placing harvested food stuff in the pits, covering them with sawdust or straw and finally topping the pits with boards or tins.Mongolians

During the celebration of the World Environment Day 2013, the United Nations Environment Program (UNEP) and the United Nations Food and Agricultural Organization (FAO) spotlighted "bortsloh" (air-drying) – a specific ...

Food preservation 101: The basics of water bath canning (with vinegar)

October 27, 2019 -

Veteran practitioners recommend water bath canning to beginners. It is easier to pick up and master than pressure canning.

However, this method relies on acidic substances to preserve food and keep botulism-causing bacteria away. Thus, foods stored this way must either be naturally acidic or receive plenty of vinegar.

Water bath canning is excellent for fruits and pickles. These acidic foods will kill bacteria on their own or with the help of heat. Thanks to their ...

Food preservation 101: A step-by-step guide to air-drying fruits

October 07, 2022 -

This option is great for preppers who don't want to buy equipment for food prep or those looking for an alternative food preservation method that will still work even after SHTF and the grid goes down. (h/t to

Some may consider food dehydration a modern practice made possible by modern gadgets and factory production, but you can do the same thing at home with common tools.

With this method, you don't need fancy and expensive ...

Food tyranny: NYC to monitor household food consumption as biotech companies take over food production

May 23, 2023 -

The government and biotech companies are seeking to control people's meat consumption and dietary choices.

To that end, New York City (NYC) is implementing new measures to track and reduce the carbon footprint associated with household food consumption. As part of a broader initiative to achieve a 33 percent reduction in carbon emissions from food by 2030, the city will monitor the greenhouse gas emissions resulting from food consumption and set limits on the amount ...

Prevent FOOD CONTAMINATION and food poisoning with these simple steps

June 16, 2023 -

According to the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), harmful pathogens are responsible for at least 250 food-borne diseases. Based on its estimates, 48 million people get sick from food poisoning. Around 128,000 are hospitalized and 3,000 die due to consuming food contaminated by harmful microorganisms.

However, food poisoning is highly preventable. Here are some simple steps to follow that work equally well in ordinary times and when things go south....

Europe launches food crisis WAR GAMES simulating an expected global food crisis

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As of right now, EU governments have begun conducting major food crisis war games simulations that predict serious food supply and logistics problems as soon as this year going into next year.

Besides the impact of the Russia-Ukraine war on grain supplies, weather events like El Niño and La Niña and their impact on Latin American soy production are part of the simulations. The farmer-tractor protests across Europe are also included in the simulation mix.

Another major ...

U.S. food banks grapple with strained donations as people battle FOOD INFLATION

December 15, 2023 -

In a survey conducted by impact technology company Divert Inc, only 25 percent of respondents were more likely to donate during this holiday season because of the escalating cost of food and groceries. Moreover, the survey found that the current economic climate has led 72 percent of Americans to alter their grocery shopping habits, with 51 percent stating that rising grocery prices are forcing them to cut costs in other areas.

Even the U.S. Department of Agriculture, ...

Experts warn about restaurants and fast food chains raising food prices during peak hours

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Dynamic pricing, a term used for charging higher rates at peak times and dropping them at slower ones, has become commonplace in industries such as e-commerce, and mobile apps have made it easier for companies to study consumers' buying and browsing and quickly adapt. Rising costs in recent years have led more business owners to implement it. Food establishments like San Diego-based Cali BBQ are experimenting with a form of the dynamic pricing long used by airlines, hotels and ride-hailing ...

Food collapse incoming: Globalist war on nitrogen emissions putting entire global food supply at risk

May 14, 2023 -

The people pushing this so-called "war on nitrogen" claim that excess nitrogen in the environment is hazardous and pollutes the land, the water and the air. They say it even depletes the ozone layer. (Related: Dutch government to seize up to HALF the country's farmland under the guise of curbing nitrogen emissions.)

The United Nations is at the forefront of these claims, suggesting without evidence that nitrogen is not only a contributor to so-called climate change, but ...

Food supply 101: How to grow food for your stockpile and be more self-sufficient

May 10, 2023 -

Who is Marjory Wildcraft?

Marjory Wildcraft is known as the female leader of the Survival and Preparedness movement.

In 2009, she founded The Grow Network, a community of like-minded individuals who valued modern self-sufficient living.

Wildcraft has a DVD series called Grow Your Own Groceries, which has over a half million copies in use by homesteaders, foodies, preppers, universities and missionary organizations worldwide.

She spends her free time experimenting ...

Emergency food prep: Stock up on manuka honey, a must-have survival food and barter item

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If you're not sure what to stock up on, you can buy extra food supplies and versatile items like raw manuka honey, which offers several health benefits and has a long shelf life. (h/t to for choosing the best barter items

Bartering refers to the act of trading goods or services in exchange for others without using money as payment. When the grid goes down, even your prepping stockpile may run out of certain items, which is why bartering is a crucial ...

An Amish farmer’s food rights battle

January 24, 2024 - The January 4th raid on Amish farmer Amos Miller’s Pennsylvania establishment, reflects a growing tension between government regulation of food safety and liberty-minded individualists distrusting industrial food production.  Pennsylvania State Police secured Miller’s farming premises for search by the state’s Department of Agriculture for “illegal raw milk and raw milk products, including eggnog,” following reported cases of E. coli in New York and Michigan, allegedly linked to ...

After shutting down thousands of farms, European governments are warning about a future food crisis as food insecurity worsens

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The possibility that Europe might experience a major food crisis has become so likely that 60 EU and government officials gathered to carry out a simulation of what could occur and work on policies that can help respond to such a crisis. With videos depicting floods, droughts and civil unrest to drive home what is at stake, experts were warned to “expect a level of chaos.”

We are seeing signs of an impending food crisis around the world, with a series of geopolitical and ...

“Fake food” EXPOSED: Watch for these signs

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(Article by Noah republished from

Is your food FAKE?

I think on some level we all know it is.

We all know it’s full of chemicals and fillers and all sorts of other toxic things.

We know that, but sometimes a picture is worth a thousand words….

….and a video is worth a lot more.

So I know you know it deep down already, and so do I, but I was STUNNED to see this video to see all the ways it is fake and toxic.

It’s only ...

Sprouts: Your perfect emergency preparedness food choice

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For a newbie prepper, deciding which food items to stock up on can be overwhelming. If you're not sure where to start, focus on stockpile staples like canned food, dried foods and nutritious items like sprout powders.

Starting your prepper stockpile before SHTF ensures that your family has access to shelf-stable, nutritious food when things go south and you can't buy things at the grocery store. (h/t to for starting your prepping stockpile

Food ...

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