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Survival Basics: The six enemies of food storage

By NaturalNews Editors: (NaturalNews) When it comes to stockpiling survival preps, two items are always near the top my list: food and land to grow food. Those, in my opinion, are the two most valuable commodities to have if the world and society goes to heck. As I say that, I realize that the land portion of that equation may be unattainable for many. On the other hand, almost everyone can acquire food and a place to store it. (Originally published at BackDoorSurvival.com)

How to can dry foods using your oven

By Lilley: (NaturalNews) Most people are aware of the common way of storing foods: placing edibles in sealed containers, then putting them aside for long-term preservation. Other storage methods also exist such as purchasing food-grade containers and lining them with Mylar bags and oxygen absorbers prior to filling them with several pounds of dried goods.

But what about using the oven to can dry foods?

According to sustainable-living expert Lisa Lynn, it's an effective practice.

8 common prepper mistakes to avoid

By Devon: (NaturalNews) Whether it's an earthquake, hurricane, tornado, pandemic, riot, grid failure, terrorist attack or nuclear meltdown, making preparations beforehand can make all the difference, not just for survival purposes, but also for thriving and reestablishing community and order after collapse. It's highly probable that, during any kind of breakdown, all morals are thrown out the window. Unprepared neighbors become desperate and violent in a hurry if they have no food to feed their families and the store shelves are empty.

8 common prepper mistakes to avoid

By Devon: (NaturalNews) Whether it's an earthquake, hurricane, tornado, pandemic, riot, grid failure, terrorist attack or nuclear meltdown, making preparations beforehand can make all the difference, not just for survival purposes, but also for thriving and reestablishing community and order after collapse. It's highly probable that, during any kind of breakdown, all morals are thrown out the window. Unprepared neighbors become desperate and violent in a hurry if they have no food to feed their families and the store shelves are empty.