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  1. Food and water
    Hi- I just got my dehydrater and I picked up about 8 4pnd bags of oranges on sale for $1.49. (Gotta love Aldi's). I've had the first batch in for 12 hours. I cut them 1/4 of an inch, so they are thin. However, they are not crispy. They are more leathery with some moisture left in them. Should...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    After a lot of good reading I have decided to start storing food - beans and grains/rices I have buckets - a lot - to be used to house split up portions of food in mylar bags The question is this - what is a good size mylar bag to use and how many/what size Oxygen Absorbers to toss in I...
  3. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I'm getting ready to prepare 60 lbs of assorted dry beans for long term storage with mylar bags, O2 absorbers and 5 gallon buckets. Although I know how to cook beans and generally like most, I don't eat them frequently now. 60 lbs of beans in a non-SHTF world would probably last me close to 10...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have a question about storing canned food underground. I live in central Florida and had the idea to bury a deep freezer and seal the lid to keep some of my canned food. What are your thoughts on this. What about the winter is it cold enough to bust the cans? What about condensation? What...
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