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Oven Canning for Long Term Storage (link)

I can’t say that I’ve ever tried oven canning dry goods–it’s never felt like this was a great use for mason jars–but it could be something to consider in some circumstances. IMO, for the money you should bulk store dry goods ideally in #10 cans or mylar bags in 5-6 gallon buckets with o2 absorbers. Save the mason jars for liquid foods, soups, etc. Anyway, here’s the first part of the post on canning dry goods in mason jars if you’re still interested:

“Dried goods make great emergency food if stored properly. But it’s no fun opening a box of pancake mix to find meal worms making a meal of your precious food (unless you like the extra protein). You can stock up on survival foods specially prepared to last for years, but it can get pretty pricey. If you want to save some dough and do it yourself, oven canning is the way to go. So let’s get started on this simple and easy method of prepping your dried goods for long term storage…”

Read the full article here

Damian Brindle

Blogger at reThinkSurvival
Blogging about all things survival and emergency preparedness, including experiences with DIY projects and ideas, gear reviews, living frugally, cooking in unconventional ways, and more! All while linking to the best videos and articles each day to help YOU get better prepared.

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