Long Term Food Storage: Creative Solutions to Build a Critical Asset

Long Term Food Storage: Creative Solutions to Build a Critical Asset by MD Creekmore Prepper’s Printable Food Storage Checklist (Click Here For PDF) When it comes to storing enough food to survive, unassisted and on your own for three to six months or a full year or maybe even longer is the point where most new preppers get overwhelmed and some give up altogether. And while I agree that storing and rotating such a large amount of food on a continuing basis can be a lot of work and takes…

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Do Ramen Noodles Expire? What You Need To Know!

Do Ramen Noodles Expire? What You Need To Know! by Kelly L for MD Creekmore Ramen noodles come in different package sizes that can be consumed. The restaurant version of Ramen noodles are made on the spot and should be consumed immediately and not stored. The popularity of the instant Ramen noodles could be derived from the fact that restaurants readily make similar delicious versions of the Ramen noodles for a high price. Instant Ramen noodles at American grocery stores come in different types of packages. Packages include plastic sealed…

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Get your potatoes fresh: Processing them means you lose up to HALF their nutrients

Get your potatoes fresh: Processing them means you lose up to HALF their nutrients by: Michelle Simmons for Natural News Potatoes are known to be healthy. However, when they are processed, they lose most of their nutrients. In a new study, researchers looked at how much glycoalkaloids and phenolic compounds are there in whole potatoes and processed potatoes. For the study, researchers from China looked at the food nutrition and safety of potatoes. They quantified the glycoalkaloids and phenolic compounds in three potato varieties, such as Russet Burbank, Atlantic, and Shepody, as well as in…

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The nutritional content and health benefits of pecans and walnuts

The nutritional content and health benefits of pecans and walnuts by: Edsel Cook for Natural News Pecans and walnuts are similar nuts that are well-regarded for their taste and healthiness – even if they differ greatly in looks and taste. So, how do they compare with each other in terms of nutritional value? A serving of walnuts contains slightly more calories than an equivalent amount of pecans. Much of that energy is stored in the form of fats. Fortunately for both nuts, their fat content heavily leans towards polyunsaturated and monounsaturated fatty acids.…

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Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread

Give Us This Day Our Daily Bread by CJ for Survival Blog Bread has been called the staff of life. Throughout history has become a staple to diets across the world. There are literally thousands of bread recipes to be found in cookbooks, online, and in grandma’s little recipe file. Most recipes are actually very similar with the only difference perhaps being a little more or less flour, salt, leavening, or other agent. The one thing in common with most rising breads is the process. Adding ingredients, kneading for a given length…

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The everyday food choices you make play a huge role in cancer development — more so than you think

The everyday food choices you make play a huge role in cancer development — more so than you think by: Isabelle Z. – Natural News One of the scariest aspects of cancer is that it can strike anyone. Most of us know at least one person who is quite healthy and fit yet received a devastating cancer diagnosis, and it can make you feel like you have no control over the situation. While it’s true that there isn’t anything you can do to bring your risk down to zero, the food choices…

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