Long Term Food Storage Prepper Bunker- Bug Out Location Food Storage

Long Term Food Storage Prepper Bunker- Bug Out Location Food Storage

October 16, 2019 8 By William Morgan


Long Term Food Storage plans and ideas best way to store food long term survival cache
Hi it’s AlaskaGranny Alaska Prepper
I have long term emergency survival food storage 28 different types of cans of dehdrated and dried foods
that I have stored in my Bunker
I bought them from the Mormon Church at LDS.org
The LDS or Mormon Church sells number 10 cans of dried foods. What foods can you buy? Choose from wheat, oatmeal, apples, rice, beans, spaghetti, carrots, onions, sugar, potatoes,milk, and onions
and I got some fruit and other things from Augason Farms
I was able to purchase them at Walmart
I am going to show you how I store them in my bunker
I have 3 of these 64 liter plastic plastic bins
that I got at an office supply store
I like the snapping lids I have 9 cans each
of the dry foods that I got cheap easy budget long lasting
some long term food storage from the Mormon Church number 10 cans of food sealed to store last be fresh longest lasting for 30 years
and some long term food storage foods in number 10 cans from Augason Farms that I was able to get at
Walmart
and the lock up
everything seems to be dry inside these fit nicely on my shelves
so that was what I chose
I stored my number 10 cans
of dehydrated fruit that I bought
in these plastic containers because I
was afraid they cans would rust or vermin would
try to eat the labels
and these were 64 liters
and they seem like they’re dry
inside
but you can see even now it’s been
raining for a week
and there’s some moisture on the outside
but the inside
seems to be dry and the cans don’t seem to be rusting at all
let me take one out and I look at it
closer here’s a can of flour that was
in with the fruit
I realize I didn’t label
these because I kept bringing
more things down here and the label looks
a little
like it may have gotten a little bit
damp but the can is completely dry
and I don’t see any evidence of rust or
condensation
and so I’m really happy to know that
while this may not have been
ideal it was pretty darn good and I’m
glad that I have my
big plastic bins they may not be
the best way to store these because
the cans
leave a lot of empty space but now
that I know how they work
I think I’im going to try stuffing some other
things
around the cans and see how that lasts
be sure to store can openers that are
manual can openers and plastic lids
in the bins with any of your
number ten freeze-dried cans if you
can’t get them open or
you can’t reseal them then you’re going to
have a problem
store foods for long term food storage
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