Using canning jars for dry storage is simple, take very little time, saves tons of money on stale. wasted food, & allows buying in bulk. For example, I have a jar of corn flakes that has been in the cabinet for almost two years and it is as fresh as it was the day I bought it … in bulk, cheap. And would be just fine swimming in a bowl of cold milk. Find out how here!
About the Author
- Jo Rellime
Jo is a devoted wife and retired technical writer turned photographer, blogger, gardener, and cook with a passion for homesteading and self-sufficiency as a philosophy and lifestyle. She and her husband, Eddie, are newbie homesteaders who write about everything from gardening, repurposing lifeless junk, learning new kitchen skills (including preservation & scratch cooking), and transitioning from the city to the country. Jo shares her and Eddie’s adventures at Homestead Chronicles.
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