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Food Recipes - Long Term Storage Foods

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Homesteading Family

After teaching tens of thousands of students how to pressure can, a lot of the same questions kept coming up time and time again. In this video, I'm answering the top five frequently asked questions I get about pressure canning.

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Homesteading Family

Learn how to safely pressure can raw chicken in this step-by-step tutorial. Having home-canned chicken on your pantry shelf means you have easy last-minute meals at your fingertips!

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Jill Winger - Old Fashioned on Purpose - YouTube

We grow over 200 lbs of potatoes on our homestead this year, but we DON'T have a traditional root cellar... So how on earth will we store them into the winter? I'll show you our strategies for maximizing potato storage even if you don't have a root c

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Homesteading Family

Stocking up food and growing large gardens is a great part of learning to be more self-sufficient, but how much food do you need for your family? Join Josh and Carolyn as they chat about getting your annual food amounts dialed in for your family!

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https://www.youtube.com by Homesteading Family

My top tips for preventing overwhelm on a busy preservation day! It's easy to see the harvest come in and quickly get overwhelmed at how much preservation has to happen. With these six tips, you can remain calm, stay upbeat and get through the day wi

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I am still practicing all of the techniques the homestead heart and granny karma taught me. this is all about being prepared and survival for hard days to come. to all my canning kings and canning queens!!!! we gotta do this! so CAN UP or SHUT UP!

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theorganicprepper.com, by J. G. Martinez

As preppers we try to teach others the skills they need to be more self-reliant. Even the most self-sustained preppers out there know that knowledge is the most valuable preparedness tool there is.

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Homesteading Family

During the spring and summer months, when your egg-laying chickens are giving you about an egg per day, you can really build up an excess of eggs. Don't throw them out or give them away, use them up or preserve them for those months when the chickens

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