Food Preservation – A Survivalist’s Guide


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Food Preservation – A Survivalist’s Guide
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By: Jacob Hunter
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Our grandparents used to spend their weekends canning veggies from their garden, smoking meat (often from game they caught themselves), and making real pickles.
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Today, we have mostly lost this knowledge.
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Even in the era of mega supermarkets, there are a lot of reasons to learn how to preserve your own food:
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You want to stockpile emergency food for disaster preparedness.
You are homesteading and want to keep your surplus.
You want food without additives and preservatives.
You can buy food in bulk when it is cheap in order to save money.
Or simply because of the great personal satisfaction which comes with learning old skills and becoming more self-sufficient.
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With so many different methods and techniques, food preservation can seem a bit overwhelming at first.
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This guide is meant to help you get started with DIY food preservation so you can choose the right methods for your goals.
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Read More:
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https://www.primalsurvivor.net/food-preservation-survivalists-guide/
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My Thoughts:
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Lots of great info here, way too long to post.
 

I think it's awesome that you're interested in food preservation! Learning these skills is not only practical but can also be really rewarding.
If you're just starting out, it can seem a bit overwhelming, but don't worry, you'll get the hang of it! There are plenty of resources and communities out there to help you along the way. JustCanning at https://justcanning.com/canning-equipment has some great equipment recommendations and tips to get you started on your food preservation journey.
Whether you're preparing for emergencies, trying to eat healthier, or just love the idea of being self-sufficient, food preservation is a valuable skill to have.
 
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