When you say the words "food storage" most people think of wheat, oats and rice. Just those do not sound appealing to eat over and over.
The creator of this website is going to eat SO good if there is ever an emergency. She practices and experiments all the time. And it cracks me up that she always has her teenage son to "taste test".
Check out this video to see how to make "Collard Green" rolls. I NEVER would have thought to dehydrate collard greens! AMAZING!
Dehydrating food yourself can save a ton of money. The recipe in this video cost her $4.22 and it makes a TON! Also AMAZING!
In case you would like to know where to get the milar bags she uses, go to
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So, lets say you live in a dry climate, very little rain that gets plenty hot most of the year. The last think you want is a dehydrator to heat up your house. Enter option #2: The Hanging Dehydrator
Pretty sweet huh. We could all use one of those, especially if your garden is producing more of one vegetable/ fruit that you can use or give away. Why not slice it up and dehydrate it? Put it in a jar and use later?
Seems sensible to me :). That will be some good eating when ever you feel like it.