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How and Why to Store Salt

Never store salt in metal containers. Salt leaches metals and/or elements out of the metal. You could wind up with a poisonous substance in your salt. I discuss reasons to store salt and provide step by step directions for storing it. #beselfreliant

Apartment Therapyfrom Apartment Therapy

Budget Living: Readers' Tips for Living on Next-To-Nothing — Reader Intelligence Report

Budget Living: Readers' Tips for Living on Next-To-Nothing

The Poor Man's Refrigerator--A fridge for the common man that does not require electricity and keeps food fresh too. With this basic parameter in mind Mansukhbhai came up with Mitticool, a fridge made of clay. It works on the principle of evaporation. Water from the upper chambers drips down the side, and gets evaporated taking away heat from the inside , leaving the chambers cool.


11 awesome baby jar crafts!

Baby food jar - craft storage

HubPagesfrom HubPages

The Survival Guide To Long Term Food Storage: Part 3


Food Storage Made Easyfrom Food Storage Made Easy

What can you do with YOUR food storage

What can you do with YOUR food storage?


Why You Want a Bucket Opener

Why You Want a Bucket Opener - The $5 (or under) prepper tool worth its weight in gold! Food Storage and Survival

5 Food Storage Items That Will Last Longer Than Any Apocalypse - American Preppers Network #foodstorage #preppers #prepping #survival

The Survival Momfrom The Survival Mom

How-to: Storing food in buckets - Survival Mom

Bucket Storage

Classy Clutterfrom Classy Clutter

Build Your Food Storage for as little as $5 a week! (plus a FREE printable list

Food Storage

The 7 core areas of preparedness- In a nutshell, preparedness refers to the stockpiling of goods, supplies, knowledge, reference literature, and other essentials in order to better weather natural disasters, terrorist attacks, economic uncertainty, and other difficulties. Preppers (as we're called) know our efforts will not insulate us from hard times, but will help cushion the blows of regional or national emergencies which are out of our control.