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The Complete Guide to Food Preservation: Step-By-Step Instructions on How to Freeze, Dry, Can, and Preserve Food
Storing food can be a major challenge for any family or individual who wants to increase the amount of food available without spending additional money. With rising food costs, the advent of at home gardening and the potential represented in storing your own food, it is no wonder that freezing, drying, and canning are becoming much more popular. Freezing alone, which the National Freezing and Refrigerated Foods Association has stated can add as much as 600% to the lifespan of many common refrigerated foods, is an easy, available action to anyone, but only if it is done properly.This book will show anyone interested in storing food for future use how to do so to optimize the amount of money saved and minimize the risk of damaging food or spreading food borne illnesses. You will learn how to grow for harvest and how to subsequently handle that harvest with this book’s crop by crop guide of everything that you might possibly want to store away. You will learn how freezing works and how to go about organizing your freezing. You will learn the various methods of freezing and why failure occurs. In addition to freezing, you will learn about canning and preserving and how each technically works and what problems you may encounter. All of the equipment you may need is laid out in easy to read charts and you will be shown the various final products you can expect.Experts in food preservation and storage have been interviewed and their commentary has been included here to help you understand what all you will be able to expect from your preserved foods. Learn how to create jellies and jams, pickle vegetables and fruits, dry foods, juice them after storing, and even how to create a simple root cellar for long term storage. No matter your situation, this guide will help you learn how to store multiple forms of vegetables and fruits and to understand how they perform, why failure occurs, and what you need to be successful.
This Long Term Food Storage Essentials Kit has all of the food and supplies you will need to keep you safe for an extended period of time. There are 44 Long Term Food Storage Meals in this kit that will feed 1 Person for 14 days or 2 People for 1 Week. It is all packaged in our large Hikers Backpack: This kit contains the following: Food and Water: 11 Cook in the Pouch Meals with a total of 44 meals: 28 - Lunch/Dinner Servings. Stroganoff - 4 Servings (1 Pouch). Creamy Chicken Pasty - 4 Servings (1 Pouch). Cheesy Lasagna - 4 Servings (1 Pouch). Chicken Teriyaki - 4 Servings (1 Pouch). Chicken Ala King - 4 Servings (1 Pouch). Southwest Bean & Rice (1 Pouch). Beef Teriyaki - 4 Servings (1 Pouch). 16 - Breakfast Servings. Honey Glazed Granola - 8 Servings (2 Pouches). Multi-Grain Cereal - 4 Servings (1 Pouch). Brown Sugar Oatmeal - 4 Servings (1 Pouch). 24 oz. Water Filtration. Light and Communications: Dynamo 4-in-1 Radio Flashlight. Waterproof Matches. Shelter and Warmth: 2 Mylar Emergency Sleeping Bags. Tools: Portable Cooking Stove (includes 16 Fuel Tablets). Steel Fork, Knife, & Spoon Chow Kit. 16 oz Steel Cup. Pair of Leather Palm Work Gloves. 2 Infectious Waste Bags. Hygiene and Sanitation: 6 Packs of Pocket Tissues. First Aid: 37 Piece Pocket First Aid Kit. Other: Deck of Standard Playing Cards. Note Pad. Golf Pencil. Emergency Survival Kit Information: This Long Term Food Storage Essentials Survival Kit was designed using advice from experts in the emergency preparedness industry. It follows guidelines given by government agencies and non-profit preparedness organizations. This survival kit has a retail value of $250: Dimensions - 13" x 11" x 20".
What is a better way to dry food than with a Food Dehydrator! The automatic fan circulates air to produce the best quality of dried product without the problems of bad weather; unsanitary conditions or constant watching. It dries food evenly and effectively. Features two fruit roll-up trays and an herb drying tray. Dehydrating is the least time-consuming of all food preservation methods. Dehydrating is an inexpensive great way to use extensive produce during peak season and there is no energy cost for storing properly dried goods. From Keystone Manufacturing. Temperature settings: 1st tray - 190 degrees F 2nd tray - 183 degrees F 3rd and 4th trays - 176 degrees F 5th tray - 167 degrees F