There are many containers for storing your dry goods and food storage. We’ve touched on the most popular below. But along with the container are a wide variety of methods to aid in food storage. The choices are as varied as the climates you may live in.
At this point, I’d like to just list them for you to begin to see the wide array of choices to put to work in your chosen containers.
Some of the methods to aid in food storage are:
- Mylar Bags Method
- Oxygen Absorber Packets Method
- The Dry Ice Method
- CO2 and Nitrogen Flush Method
- Bay Leaves Method
- Freezing Grain Method
- Diatomaceous Earth Method
- Check, Use and Rotate Method
Just from the breif list above, you can see there are many options of which method to choose. We will go into each method in more detail in the coming posts.
Donna Miller is an author, teacher and entrepreneur. Her favorite roles are that of wife and mother to three home-school graduates. The Millers own and operate which offers Organic and Chemical-free Whole Grains, Bosch Mixers, the NutriMill, instructional tutorials, recipes and more.