Pondering Prepper, How to Extend the ShelfLife of Your Prepper Supplies

Pondering Prepper, How to Extend the ShelfLife of Your Prepper Supplies

 

Scott has another excellent post, part of FP’s Pondering Prepper series. You need to check it out!

 

It’s 14 ways to extend the shelf life of prepper (food) supplies. Watch:

 

Video by Scott Hughes/FPTV/YouTube.

 

 

Among the tips and methods, you’ll find:

 

Mylar Bags;
Oxygen Absorbers;

Sealed bucket storage;
Freeze Drying;

Dehydration; and

 

More!

 

Sure, the average canned good has a semi-long life or expiration date. Some purpose made food supplies, like Mountain House, have a life up to 30 years. But there are some ways you can make these goods, and your dollars, go even further.

 

Please review Scott’s 14 ways. If you can think of No. 15, please leave a comment, here or at YT.

 

After the video, you’ll see some links associated with some of Scott’s points – making it a little easier for you to act now. Do that!

 

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