Food Storage & Preservation
Storing and preserving your own food is a great way to eat healthy and save money. Whether it be food you're grown your self or picked up at the grocery store. Storing food that matches your family’s lifestyle, means that you store foods that you will use and like.
Food storage is a wise investment in stability. Research shows that the average American household has less than a week’s supply of food on hand.
Because food is so important to survival, food preservation is one of the oldest technologies used by human beings. With everything from food dehydrators to home canning kits, we've got you covered here at Living Organic.
Find a great deal on the available items from the Food Storage and Preservation categories listed below.
The Augason Farms Dehydrated Potato Shreds 23 oz #10 Can are an easy way to make mouth-watering hash browns. Handy for both camping and used in many side dishes. This is a Certified Gluten-Free product that consists of 21 Servings and 2,310 Calories, with a shelf-life of up to 25 years. All this convenience makes it perfect for Food Storage, Emergencies, Survival, Camping, and Everyday Use! Make the wise decision and let Augason Farms give you a peace of mind that's as indispensable as it is delicious. Family owned and operated since 1972, Augason Farms believes that great taste is a tradition worth preserving. They'll provide you with delicious peace of mind with their food essentials. Please discard oxygen absorber after opening. Best when stored in a cool dry place at temperatures between 55 Degree and 70 Degree F (ideal humidity 15%).
Mountain House Sweet & Sour Pork with Rice This classic Asian-style dish is served to you piping hot. Made with real pork, rice, onions in a fantastic pineapple sauce. Even people who don’t usually like sweet and sour anything tell us they love this recipe. Bring along for camping, backpacking or hunting. Who is Mountain House? For nearly 50 years, Mountain House adventure meals have consistently been the premier choice of campers, backpackers, and survival experts. Born out of freeze dried meals we make for the United States Special Forces, Mountain House food has proven history of reliability and most importantly, delicious flavor. With just-add-water preparation and no-mess cleanup, Mountain House is not only the perfect camping or backpacking food, but also for keeping on hand just in case of an emergency. Additionally Mountain House meals have incredible shelf life. With the longest proven shelf life in the industry and a guarantee to taste virtually indistinguishable from new for 12+ years in pouches and 25+ years in cans, Mountain House is the perfect emergency preparedness or survival food to keep on hand. From the bottom of the deepest ocean, to the tops of the tallest mountains, to the battlefield and back, Mountain House is the food people trust when failure is not an option. Consistently chosen as the best tasting food among outdoor and survival brands, Mountain House is the best camping, backpacking and survival food money can buy. Mountain House Meals are Perfect for: Emergency Preparedness Camping Backpacking Hunting Fishing Travel Occasional Everyday Use
You've heard it countless times. Get your food storage. But if you're just starting out, there's a problem with that advice.... WHERE DO YOU START? Ever wish you could get the Cliff notes for food storage? You know, just go straight to what works, and forget everything else? Well here's your chance! We'll help you quickly decipher what you should and should not be storing, share with you space saving tricks and insider information to save you $1,000s of dollars when buying your food storage, and in the end, how to make something your family would actually eat!
2 servings, outdoor noodles & beef, cook in the pouch, ready made meal, extra strength Mylar pouches ensure freshness for up to 7 years, each meal is prepared in minutes by just adding water, making them perfect for everyday use, backpacking, camping, hunting, fishing, boating & RV traveling.
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Legacy Essentials Freeze Dried Strawberries - 15 Year Shelf Life for Emergency Survival Food Storage Supply - Great Fruit Snack (Quantity 1)
A dehydrated strawberry supply from Legacy Essentials is perfect for any fruit lover. This survival food is high in Vitamin C, low in natural sugars and provides potassium and antioxidants to keep you and your family healthy and strong during any emergency. Dehydrated strawberry supply is ready to eat right out of the bag or can be softened in water beforehand. Choose to enjoy delicious survival strawberries now or store as an emergency food for up to fifteen years.
Hands-on help on home preserving for the beginner. Preserving is a hot topic in bookstores everywhere, and Well Preserved is an ideal how-to manual for the novice. With a minimum of equipment, a little time and a little know-how, anyone can transform some beautiful fresh produce into delicious homemade jams, pickles, relishes and chutneys for year-round enjoyment. Homemade preserves have a lower salt and sugar content than those found at the grocery store, and the home cook will have the comfort of knowing precisely which ingredients went into those jars. Mary Anne Dragan gives expert advice on equipment, selecting and preparing produce, food safety and storage. Her easy-to-follow recipes range from sweet preserves (jams, jellies, marmalades, conserves and fruit sauces) and savory condiments (pickles, relishes, chutneys and ketchups) to main dishes and desserts that use preserves as an ingredient. Some of the 150 recipes are: Gingered pear jam Pickled asparagus Carrot and coconut chutney Lovely lavender vinegar Lamb chops with mint vinaigrette Raspberry vinegar sorbet. Home preserving is easy using this book, and the results are tasty.
Ever wonder how you'll ever be able to use all your vegetables? "From Asparagus to Zucchini" answers the question of what to do with your armloads of greens, exotic herbs (and the never-before-seen vegetables), with recipes that are as concise and doable as they are appealing. Created for and by Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) members, the book is an indispensable tool for anyone who wants to eat seasonally and locally.Organized by vegetableafifty-three in allaeach section includes nutritional, historical, and storage information, as well as cooking tips. With more than 420 original recipes created, tested, and enjoyed by chefs, CSA members, and farmers, you'll never be without a delicious recipe to make the most of the season's bounty. The best part is that lesser-known vegetables like burdock and kohlrabi have more recipes, not fewer "From Asparagus to Zucchini" is more than just a cookbook. Also included are essays that address the larger picture of sustainable agriculture, how our food choices fit into our economy, environment, and community, and more information on home food preservation and how to help kids appreciateaand even eatatheir vegetables. Readers will find an extensive resource section and recipe index to round out this unique resource. With this book, prepare to awaken and reaffirm your dedication to enjoying the unique flavors of local foods while nourishing the life of sustainable family farms.
Create the DIY home you've always wanted with over 100 recipes, tips, and inspirational ideas from blogger Erica Strauss (Northwest Edible Life). Covering everything from cooking, canning and preserving to making your own nontoxic home and personal care products, this fresh take on modern homemaking wil help you make the most of your time, effort, and energy in the kitchen and beyond. Over half of the book focuses on the kitchen with a wealth of information about how to organize and stock your kitchen to more effortlessly prepare delicious meals. A former professional chef who knows how to build flavor into simple and delicious home-cooked meals, Strauss provides delectable recipes for breakfast, lunch, dinner, and dessert like Choose-Your-Own-Adventure Granola, Forager Spring Greens Soup, Simple Crispy Chicken with Roasted Lemon Pan Sauce, and Olive-Oil Rosemary Cake with Lemony Glaze.Strauss includes details on Basic Food Preservation techniques such as water-bath canning, pressure canning, and lacto-fermentation along with a handy year-long food preservation calendar of what to put up when. Preserving recipes are organized seasonally and include Rhubarb Syrup, Pressure-Canned Chicken Broth, Korean-Spiced Turnips, and Cranberry-Pear-Walnut Conserve.The book also features recipes for DIY home care and personal care products like Nontoxic Laundry softener, Fizzy Bath Bombs, and Refreshing Peppermint Foot Scrub. Hands-on Home is packed with fabulous recipes, practical, no-nonsense advice, and time- and money-saving techniques. With a focus on less consumerism, Strauss provides instruction on everything you need to live more delicious and sustainable DIY lifestyle.
Prepper's Pantry: DIY Survival Pantry: 8 Tips to Build a 6 month water and food supply in 30 days (Prepper's Pantry, Canning and Preserving, Prepper Survival, Emergency Food Storage)
Prepper's PantryDIY Survival Pantry: 8 Tips to Build a 6 month water and food supply in 30 days (Prepper's Pantry, Canning and Preserving, Prepper Survival, Emergency Food Storage)Are there times when you find yourself wishing you had food stored away in case something serious were to happen in your life or in the world? Although this may seem like a silly or far-fetched thought, it really isn't! Think of natural disasters, war and drought. During all of these difficult times, people find themselves need emergency food supplies and even wishing they had extra food supplies stocked up in their pantry. Truth is, you never quite know what's going to happen or when, so it's always best to plan ahead! If you're thinking about putting away a stock of emergency food, or you'd like to expand on what you already have but you're not sure what to do, then this will be a great book for you!This book can not only help you realize how keeping an emergency stock of food might benefit your life at the present time as well as in the event of something serious happening, like a flood or earthquake. This book will also instruct you in the seven major ways you can prepare your pantry (or cellar) and how to properly stock up. Even better, is that this book specifically helps you to create a six month food supply in less than a 30 day period. This way, you're ready and prepared but you don't have to spend an entire summer or winter doing it! This book provides:-An introduction that will help you realize how much preparing your pantry might benefit you now and in the future.- An entire chapter on water storage and how to best accomplish this in less than 30 days- Full chapters on how to store different foods to get protein, carbohydrates, fruit and vegetables into your diet even during an emergency-Helpful tips on ways to put together your emergency water and food storage in terms of taste of food, price of different foods and how specific food are beneficial to you in an emergency and why
Prepper's Guide: Think Like a Prepper, Quickstart Guide to Survivalism, Food and Water Storage, Self-Sufficient Living Plus DIY Prepper's Projects (Prepper's Guide & Self-Sufficient Living)
This book is for those of you who are curious as to how you can be more independent and self-sufficient in your world of urban, suburban and even rural life. Join the growing number of "Preppers"! I'll show you what a prepper is and what he does to depend more on his own ingenuity and alternatives to outside assistance and services.Inside You Will Find Answers to These Questions: •How can you use your very own ingenuity and that of your family to save money on such basic resources as cooking fuel, heating sources, light for your nights? •How can you better adapt to your perhaps rugged climate, be it regular flooding, persistent droughts, irregular power supplies or outright power outages and so on? •How can you be more self-sufficient during any type of local emergency, rather than depending on municipal or federal assistance?
A terrific value. One quart jar of our non-GMO, premium vegetable soup mix makes over 24 cups of delicious soup. Just add 1 cup of mix to 6 cups of water, simmer for 10-15 minutes and season to taste. That's it. Save a ton of work. No need to chop the onions, dice the carrots, cut the tomatoes. The work has already been done for you. This mix contains a minced version of our carrots, onions, tomatoes, peas, celery, green bell peppers, green beans and parsley. Season to your taste and use as a complete soup mix or add to a dish that calls for a variety of vegetables.
Nutristore Ultimate 30 Day Emergency / Survival Food Pack | 400 Servings & 62,000 Calories of Ready to Eat Meals (MRE), Freeze Dried and Dehydrated Food, Great for Prepper Supplies - American Made
11 delicious meal options Kit Features Include: - 400 total servings - 36.6 lbs Net Wt. - 2000+ calories per day for 30 days (62,000 calories total) - 11 assorted "just add water" meals for Breakfast, Lunch and Dinner (15-20 minute cook time) - Up to 20 year shelf life (when stored in optimal conditions) - 100% Vegetarian (contains Dairy) - Sealed in 8 gallon ROPAK® pail (built to stack and transport) - Oxygen Absorber in every Mylar pouch - Efficient and east to open ROPAK® lid - Shipped in discreet packaging Nutritional Features: - BHA-Free - NO hydrogenated oils - NO trans fats - NO corn syrup solids - NO autolyzed yeast extract - NO artificial colors or flavors - 100% Vegetarian (does contain dairy) Breakfast Includes: - Brown Sugar Oatmeal (40 total servings) - Strawberry Creamy Wheat (40 total servings) - Multi-grain Cereal (40 total servings) Lunch/Dinner Include: - Loaded Baked Potato Casserole (35 total servings) - Savory Rice Pilaf (35 total servings) - Chicken Flavored Rice Soup (35 total servings) - Vegetable Rotini Pasta (35 total servings) - Creamy Potato Chowder (35 total servings) - Macaroni & Cheese (30 total servings) - Potato & Cheese Soup (35 total servings) - Zesty Beans & Rice (40 total servings)
Hard times aren’t just coming, they are here already. The recent economic collapse has seen millions of North Americans move from the middle class to being poor, and from poor to hungry. At the same time, the idea of eating locally is shifting from being a fringe activity for those who can afford it to an essential element of getting by. But aside from the locavores and slow foodies, who really knows how to eat outside of the supermarket and out of season? And who knows how to eat a diet based on easily stored and home preserved foods? Independence Days tackles both the nuts and bolts of food preservation, as well as the host of broader issues tied to the creation of local diets. It includes: How to buy in bulk and store food on the cheap Techniques, from canning to dehydrating Tools—what you need and what you don’t In addition, it focuses on how to live on a pantry diet year-round, how to preserve food on a community scale, and how to reduce reliance on industrial agriculture by creating vibrant local economies. Better food, plentiful food, at a lower cost and with less energy expended: Independence Days is for all who want to build a sustainable food system and keep eating—even in hard times. Sharon Astyk is a former academic who farms in upstate New York with her family. She is the author of Depletion and Abundance, the co-author of A Nation of Farmers, and she blogs at www.sharonastyk.com.
2 servings, outdoor cheesy Lasagna, cook in the pouch, ready made meal, extra strength Mylar pouches ensure freshness for up to 7 years, each meal is prepared in minutes by just adding water, making them perfect for everyday use, backpacking, camping, hunting, fishing, boating & RV traveling.
Preserving Everything: Can, Culture, Pickle, Freeze, Ferment, Dehydrate, Salt, Smoke, and Store Fruits, Vegetables, Meat, Milk, and More (Countryman Know How)
The ultimate guide to putting up food. How many ways can you preserve a strawberry? You can freeze it, dry it, pickle it, or can it. Milk gets cultured, or fermented, and is preserved as cheese or yogurt. Fish can be smoked, salted, dehydrated, and preserved in oil. Pork becomes jerky. Cucumbers become pickles. There is no end to the magic of food preservation, and in Preserving Everything, Leda Meredith leads readers―both newbies and old hands―in every sort of preservation technique imaginable.
Transform ho-hum camping food into meals fit for royalty with the Mountain House fire roasted veggies. Infused with a smoky flavor, this versatile combination of grilled vegetables can be used as a side dish with your catch of the day, tossed with pasta or layered in a sandwich.
This guide is intended to provide you with the essential information to make your first small jars in a safe and enjoyable way. It will guide you through all stages from preparation to storage of your products.You will discover the principles of conservation for different types of food, the benefits of home canning, the recommended methods as well as the ones to avoid.Then you will learn the two proper methods of treatment: the boiling water bath and the pressure canning methods. You will find a list of essential equipment and the detailed steps for a successful canning experience.Finally you will gain some hands on experience with our easy and delicious recipes.This guide do not claim to be scientific or complete. We simply wants to give you the tools you need to get into the fun activity of preparing your home preserves.About this second edition:Following the success of the first edition, and thanks to some suggestions from our readers, we offer this revised version, corrected and expanded. We have included the imperial and some tables on the processing time for the preservation of the most popular fruits, vegetables, meat, poultry and fish. We also cover the effect of altitude on the processing time and pressure required for the safe canning of foods.Improving on the initial contents of this document we have also redesigned it to make it more educational, more fun to read and use. We hope that this new revision will meet your expectations and wish you a successful canning experience and "Bon appetit"=====12 recipes that will allow you to practice the canning techniques. They are divided into three levels of complexity:Level 1 = easy. The recipes are very simple. You can focus on techniques for canning without too much worry about the recipe itself.Recipe # 1 - Apple sauce with a touch of nutmeg and vanilla (boiling water method)Recipe # 2 - Canned Pears (boiling water method)Recipe # 3 - Canned fresh tomatoes (pressure canning method)Recipe # 4 - Canned Carrots (pressure canning method)2 = medium level. The recipes are a little more elaborate. There are more steps before moving on to canning.Recipe # 5 - Tangerine marmalade (boiling water method)Recipe # 6 – Pork Cretons à la JeBouffe (pressure canning method)Recipe # 7 - Quick and Tasty Green Ketchup (boiling water method)Recipe # 8 - Marinara Sauce (pressure canning method)Level 3 = complex. The recipes are longer and more complex. There are more steps before moving on to canning.Recipe # 9 - Plum jam with cinnamon (boiling water method)Recipe # 10 - Nectarine Chutney (pressure canning method)Recipe # 11 - Cherries and Raspberries Spread (boiling water method)Recipe # 12 - Kedjenou chicken (pressure canning method)By following these recipes step by step, we guarantee the success of your first home preserves. After having practiced the basic techniques you can apply them to your favorite recipes and get our book "JeBouffe Home Canning Recipes volume1" for even more idea.