Category Archive: Food Storage & Skills

All posts related to food storage & skills

Mar 04

Learn How To Butcher, Smoke and Can a Whole Fish

Every homesteader should learn how to butcher, smoke and can a whole fish to increase it’s flavor, reduce any waste and preserve for long term food storage.    As part of being a resourceful person that is building self sufficiency skill set, you better know what to do with it after you catch it, LOL ! …

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Feb 24

Make Your Own Jerky Like A Pro

If your family likes jerky then you probably know how incredibly expensive it is to buy it at the store.  A package that costs over five dollars usually doesn’t even have enough pieces for a family to each have two pieces. In my house between grand kids and husband I would probably have to buy …

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Feb 23

Homemade Buffalo Chicken Wings Seasoning Mason Jar Mix

This homemade buffalo chicken wings seasoning mason jar mix recipe is a frugal way to create your own bulk seasonings for a fraction of the cost without losing any deliciousness. All of these wonderfully blended spices fit perfectly into a pint size wide mouth mason jar with empty head space so you can shake before …

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Feb 23

Sweet and Spicy Canned Onion Marmalade

This water bath canning recipe of Sweet and Spicy Canned Onion Marmalade is a delicious addition for your food pantry storage to feed your family year round. Some homesteaders may ask ” What would you use sweet and spicy canned onion marmalade for” ? Well as stated in the recipe, you could try it as …

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Feb 17

How To Can Amish Poor Man’s Steak In Mushroom Gravy

This is a great recipe for adding food to your pantry that will be meaty and just a matter of heating to serve. It is a large recipe and makes about 128 patties of poor mans steak with gravy. It has onions, celery, eggs,crackers and ground beef in the patty mixture along with some spices. …

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Feb 16

Make Your Own Dehydrated Hash Browns

If you find a great sale on potatoes or maybe you grown your own and have a huge amount. You can dehydrate them and use them for hash browns. These are perfect to take camping or hiking as they weigh next to nothing and you can rehydrate them and then use them in soups, stews, …

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