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  1. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I couldn't find an all-inclusive discussion on this forum (and I hope this is the correct location for the topic) reguarding wheat berries. Tastythreads’ thread, What's a good price to pay for wheat berries? got me thinking more about wheat berries. So, I started some research on the questions...
  2. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I have read some of the threads here and watched some videos about packaging food for long-term storage, but still have some questions. I just ordered some 5 gallon mylar bags and 2000 cc oxygen absorbers. I have read that some people use food grade 5 gallon buckets and other people just use 5...
  3. Food and water
    Okay I am new to long term food storage. I read that you can eat and store feed wheat. I will be placing this into mylar bags w/oxygen absorbers and then into 5 gal buckets. I will be grinding it as needed for basic baking/cooking needs. I ordered 150 lbs of whole wheat from our local feed...
  4. Disaster Preparedness General Discussion
    I am just now starting food storage for my family. It gets expensive quick so I am looking at cutting costs as well as saving space in my home. My question is: Why does everyone use the small 5 or 6 gallon buckets to store wheat instead of the 55 gallon drums? My newbie uneducated thoughts...
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