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Been looking at building a pantry in the garage for xtra can food storage. What I'm worried about though is the summer temps down here in South Texas. What about if you store rice ect out side of a climate controlled area?

Anyone else store foodstuffs ect out side of a climate controlled area and if so how has it held up.

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Well the garage is not the BEST place to store it, but if it's store it there or don't have it, by all means HAVE IT!

Here's video proof that food CAN be stored in high heat environments over the long term-


All of this food was stored in a garage in Florida and later a metal building in Georgia.

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I built storage areas in my garage which I use to store a large amount of canned food that we normally eat. The heat is obviously not good on it but we rotate through these items fast enough that it shouldn't make any difference.

The rotation system I built is at the link below and works really well.

I don't store anything but canned goods like this outside of climate control.

http://www.survivalistboards.com/showthread.php?t=224&highlight=canned,+rotation&page=2

Hope this helps.
 
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