Keep YOUR food pantry full. Learn how to dehydrate fresh food. And frozen, even canned food. But let's stick with fresh food for now.
Have you seen (and felt) the price of food sky-rocket these past couple of years? We've
felt the pinch at the checkout counter, and when we get home we see
that our 10 oz. of product is now only 8 oz. of product in the same
sized outer packaging – and not always for the same price, sometimes it's costlier!
After that, it's everyone for themselves.
After natural disasters like hurricanes and earthquakes, volcano eruptions and tornadoes,
grocery store shelves empty out FAST.
The food delivery trucks can't make it to your neck of the woods, so whatcha gonna do?
I say "Be Prepared" ...
Learn how to dehydrate food!
Keep Your Food Pantry full!
I'm making these dramatic points on purpose. Nowadays we all rely on the local grocery store for our food. OK, so there are some fantastic (backyard) farmers out there who can grow enough crops and raise cattle on a ten-acre plot — growing enough food to feed their family and a few neighbors. But these folk are RARE.
That's why I'm pointing out that you need to have some form of back-up food so you and your family aren't caught empty-handed. We've been through more than our own share of hurricanes down here in central Florida to experience empty grocery store shelves. We had to throw away frozen stuff, and eat all the refrigerated stuff as soon as possible. There had to be a better way to have food on hand that could be reconstituted with good old water and heated up on a camp fire (assuming your power is still out for a couple of days until power is restored).
That's why I created this website and eBooks and paperbacks to help you all start building up a supply of dehydrated fruits and veggies.
Another point in your favor for dehydrating food is this: you'll have fruits and veggies available to you when they're out of season! How cool is that?!
Our eBook teaches you how to dehydrate and safely store the
top 14 fresh fruits and the top 16 fresh vegetables.
And yes, you can use the frozen varieties too.
Stop throwing fresh food away!
Keep your family fed when stressful situations arise.
Click the book to read more or click HERE
available in Paperback too