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How to Store Flour Long Term

Flour is available in the powdered form obtained by grinding solid materials like rice, wheat, and many more. It makes many dishes like bread, cake, and pastry. You can use…

How to Store Dry Pasta Long Term (At least 25 years)

Pasta is one of the snacks loved by children, which is prepared with unleavened wheat flour dough. People prepare it by mixing water and eggs. Several types of shapes are…

How to Store Coffee Long Term (At least 25 years)

Being a prepper, you might want to store products for a long time. This article will tell you how to store Coffee long-term, i.e., 25 years, as coffee is an…

DIY Activated Charcoal for Prepping -Why Is It Useful, And How Do You Make It?

The word “charcoal” is quite familiar among people today. Most people use it in grills, barbecues, etc. Activated Charcoal is slightly different from organic material found at high temperatures between…

20 DIY Paracord Bracelet Patterns with Instructions

A bracelet is an article worn by men and women around the wrist. It’s known to serve several purposes as friendship bands, bangles, and many more. It’s available in several…

Simple Homemade Bread Recipe

The simplest freshest bread you can make. It’s actually easier than

Does Spam Go Bad? All You Need To Know About Its Shelf Life And Expiration

Spam, one of mankind’s greatest creations. Does it go bad? Let’s find out.

The Best Ways to Enhance Your Simple Peasant Bread

Amazing. Now you’ve learned how to make simple peasant bread. You’ve tasted what fresh bread hot from the oven does to butter. And, most importantly, how it tastes. 😄 Let’s…

Peasant Bread: The Easiest Bread You Will Ever Make

A Step-by-Step Guide on How to Make Peasant Bread If you’re planning on having bread with your meals on a regular basis, this recipe is perfect for you. When access…

100 Days: Your Second Week in No-More Processed-Foods [#2/14]

Week Two of The 14-Week Plan 100 days is about 14 weeks or a little over three months. By the end of this series, you should have at least a…