Food Storage & SkillsDry Canning Beans and Rice for Long Term Storage

Dry Canning Beans and Rice for Long Term Storage

If you would like to have some food put up for in case of an emergency, dry canning rice and beans is a really good start. These dry canned goods will stay good for more than ten years.

Being as beans and rice bought in bulk are probably some of the least expensive food items that you can buy for long term storage. Having a good supply of emergency rations on hand is extremely important to all preppers. The longer that you can stretch your food supply and make it last the better off you are.

Dry Canning Beans and Rice for Long Term Storage

There are several different staple foods like rice and pinto beans that should be part of any well stocked emergency food supply. This video was designed to show an easy to follow way to prepare beans and rice for long term storage and ensure that they will last for many years.

I didn’t here her mention in the video (I could have just missed it) that you should not try to keep brown rice long term. Brown rice still has the oils in it and they will go rancid after a while. You will want to stick to white rices.

This tutorial on how to dry can beans and rice for long term storage is from, Our Little Homestead. The presenter on the video was looking to share their expertise with anyone who was interested in trying to figure out how to store beans and rice of the long term.

Benefits of watching the video of Prepping 101: Dry Canning Beans and Rice for Long Term Storage

Discover how easy it is to prepare a bulk amount of beans and rice so that it can be stored for a long period of time.
The video describes all of the things that you will need to have on hand in order to get started.

It also includes a complete, easy to follow step by step instruction guide that help you get started.
The video is the perfect way for the presenter for getting all of the information presented in a way that makes it easier to follow.


Paige Raymond
Paige Raymond
Raised in rural Montana and educated in Mechanical Engineering and Sustainable Development, Paige Raymond combines a practical mindset with a passion for self-reliance and sustainability. With expertise ranging from mechanical solutions and food preservation to emergency preparedness and renewable energy, Paige is a proud author with more than 5000 published articles.

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