Pasta is not only a great addition to your everyday pantry but shines as a supplement in your longer term food storage. Adds needed carbs (for energy) and makes a plain meal…better!
I prefer to eat my asparagus fresh in the spring, but it’s always nice to have some available for other times of the year. So let’s start canning asparagus!
Rhubarb is one of those things that I hated as a kid and discovered I liked as an adult. Let me walk you through the process of canning rhubarb.
I couldn’t wait to get a pressure canner! But, I’m not going to lie, it was the big scary monster in the room the first few times I used it! Now I can’t image not having it. Check out how I store our chicken stock and save myself so much freezer space!
Another bean in our once a week bean series. This week we took kidney beans out of our food storage (vacuum sealed in bags,,, in a bucket,,, in an underground storage area… (lol – remember, we live in an earth-shelter….we’re totally temperature controlled!!!
Having a month supply of food storage is simpler than you might think. It’s known as a food storage starter kit. Here are 12 of the best canned goods to start with: