The Prepper Project website shares the different ways to dehydrate food without electricity.
There is a section how the easiest food to dehydrate and the most difficult foods… giving tips for both.
I personally use my Food Saver machine to store my fully dehydrated foods because it removes the oxygen from with the bag therefore eliminating the need to use Co2 absorbers plus they are waterproof.
Learning to dehydrate food when it is abundant will save you money, freezer space and give you peace of mind that your family will not go hungry in lean times.
I remember years ago when the east coast had a blackout for two weeks in the peak of summer, many of our readers emailed ” The Homestead Survival ” Facebook page afterwards to say that they had lost thousands of dollars of food stored in their freezers.
This fact has stuck in my mind and that is why I encourage people to have a variety of different methods to store food.
Dehydrating, canning, pressure canning, freezing, smoking, meals in a jar, pickling and curing just to name a few off the top of my head.
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