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I recently posted an article about the types of food to store, but without practicing the First In, First Out (FIFO) system, it will likely go bad before you have an opportunity to eat it. So what exactly is FIFO? It’s simply a system of stocking your newer food behind your older food so you always maintain a fresh and nutritionally sound supply. There are two ways to do this, but either way, it’s pretty simple. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle ||… Read More »

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Don’t get the wrong idea; I’m not knocking people who stockpile truckloads of beans (or rice, or wheat, or whatever else you buy in bulk). If you have the means to buy hundreds of pounds of a particular food, and the room to store it, by all means do so, but only if it’s something you’ll actually eat on a regular basis. The mantra I live by when it comes to food storage is “store what you eat and eat… Read More »

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Let’s face it; enough food to stock a Walmart warehouse is of no use to you if it loses its nutritional value before you have the chance to eat it. This happens more frequently than you might think, for a variety of reasons, but it’s easy to avoid, which means that not only can you save money while building an adequate reserve of food more quickly, but also that you’ll be more likely to have enough to feed your family… Read More »

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