Basic Long-Term Food Storage

Baking necessities and other ingredients are best when stored properly and safely.

March 11, 2014

By Jane P. Merrill and Karen M. Sunderland

Keeping your food fresh helps rotate your food supply, and keep your diet healthy and varied. Feasting on Food Storage (Front Table Books, 2013), from mother-daughter team Jane P. Merrill and Karen M. Sunderland, is full of tips and tricks on meal planning, safe food storage, and preparing for the unexpected. This excerpt from the first chapter concerns the minimum amount of food that one adult, over the course of a year, stores and consumes.

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Feasting on Food Storage 



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