Whether you are a prepper, survivalist, or just want to learn to live with little money right off the land, food storage is of prime importance. While there is a lot of information out there on growing healthy nutritious food, learning how to store large quantities of home grown produce and process home grown meat and grains is a little more difficult to come by.
Learn a Broad Overview of Food Preservation Methods
- Minimal Processing — Root Cellars, Cool Storage and Room Temperature Storage
- Canning — Water Bath Canning, Steam Canning and Pressure Canning
- Freeze Drying
- Fermentation / Pickling
- Preserving in Salt and Sugar
- Immersion in alcohol
Off Grid Food Preservation Handbook Included
With attendance of the course, you get an exclusive complete guidebook to food storage for self-sufficiency and survival. Unlike other publications, this includes complete plans for:
- Hand dug root cellars, and trenches
- Solar dehydrator
- Smoking house
- Plans for your sustainable pantry
- Apple grinder
This guide is your go to, just the facts publication to make sure you can keep and eat th food that you grow.
Garden Plans and Recipes for Year Round Eating
Storing food for self sufficiency is more than just leaning how to can or how to dig a cellar. Garden planning also plays a big role. Learn the species and varieties of plants that work best in your region. Plan your beds and orchards to harvest as long as possible through out the year, and end the season with long storing varieties that push your fresh produce through the winter.
The Ultimate Healthy Mode of Eating
Preservatives, corn syrup, high salt, high carb, industrially processed foods are killing us. Right now more than 100 million US adults suffer from diabetes or pre-diabetes. In the face of growing obesity and rising health care costs, event the US Department of Defense is calling chronic disease one of the most serious threats to the country. And, extreme water use by industrial farming is pumping millennia old underground water reserves drier year by year. Our poor quality eating habits and food production methods are leading to a precipice of medical, social, and environmental disaster.
What we need now is healthy, sustainable, and delicious foods that we can grow cheaply on our own property, in our own yards, or in apartments and roof tops. Home grown and preserved food has been shown to be the most nutritious available, and when grown and store properly, can save tremendous money over commercially available organic produce.
Prepare to Survive
Lets learn and preserve the skills that we need to survive in the face of disaster. Rational people prepare for the worst but hope for the best.
Whether you plan to get started right away, or be ready just in case, the skills that you learn on this course are invaluable in a difficult situation. Don’t be one of those people who buy the seeds and buy the gear, but have no real idea how hard it can be to fend for yourself when it’s too late.
The contents of this course are one of a kind, and an essential investment in uncertain times.