Learn how to properly preserve your medicinal herbs on this week’s episode of Herbal Prepper Live. Just like food storage, your herbs can be preserved and stored for later use. But, if you don’t choose the right preservation method for the right herb and store it the right way, they will lose potency. Or worse, just like Continue reading Preserve your medicinal herbs the right way!→
There’s hardly a prepper around who doesn’t know how to store beans, rice, oatmeal, salt, and other long term storage essentials, but there’s one food group that can be problematic to store, and often leaves us scratching our head. Its fats! Knowing how to store fats effectively is absolutely essential to our long-term plan. How can we store fat, a food that has a relatively short shelf life, so that it tastes good, and is safe to eat years after we place it on the shelf in our long-term food storage? Join Katzcradul on “The Homestead Honey Hour” as she reveals some strategies for selecting and storing fats long-term. Some of her ideas are unconventional, but have proven effective for her family.
The holidays are upon us, old Mother Hubbard went to the cupboard, and the cupboard was……….BARE? Yikes, not only would that be a tragedy during the holidays but a catastrophe during times of disaster. So what are you gonna do? The questions of food storage and value face us daily but never more prominently than during a disaster when there isn’t any to be found. The little piggy went to the market and it was bare don’t let your pantry meet the same fate. Tune in as the Survival Woman from Backdoorsurvival.com shares with Lynna “The Other Side…A Preppers Path” how preppers can derive the most value out of their food storage and budget. The girls will cover all the bases such as bulk foods vs. freeze-dried, shelf life, cost, storage, convenience, and taste. Don’t be like old Mother Hubbard or the little piggy, tune in and learn how you can prepare your pantry and at a value.
The Homestead Honey Hour this week, Thursday, May 31st with there guest for the first half hour, Chris, from Preparewise.com, a company that makes a line of long term, emergency food supply items a lot of informative was learned. The gals on the Homestead Honey Hour were all sent samples of products that were provided by Preparewise.com and all were pretty much in agreement to the exceptional quality and taste of the products for long term emergency food. A few of the Honeys did do a Youtube on the products that can be viewed. You can find there Youtube channels by going to there Show Page. Questions on ingredients, shelf life, and much more was discussed and talked about. Chris also brought some nice food gifts that were handed out as prizes for on air questions answered which brought a lot of fun to the chat room. If you are looking for a provider of emergency food with a long storage life that is healthy and taste good be sure check into Preparewise.com.
The show went on from there with more of the Honey gals fielding many questions from chat and different callers on air. If you missed this show you only missed the chat room as you can go to player below and still learn a great deal from The Homestead Honeys on long term emergency food, canning, and much more.