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    bee13zz says:

    In the past we bought the same type of canned chicken breast from Costco. It was great but pricey. Stored meat is essential for our pantry but be wanted to free up some of that money for other preps. Our answer: A good quality pressure canner. Now we're able to can our own chicken, hamburger, chili, beef stew, etc. It's a lot cheaper and, as a side benefit, we're able to control the ingredients that go into the meat.

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    bee13zz says:

    @kphifer1 We seal our deep-stored grains in aluminum-laminated mylar bags with an oxygen absorber and place them into 5-gal. containers for added security. Grains stored in this manner should be useful for at least 20-30 years. Each mylar bag contains 7-8 lbs. of grain so they're manageable and right-sized if our friends and neighbors come asking for help.

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    TheSheChef says:

    Right on…We always say "stay preppin and stay preppin hard" I bought 12 lbs of butter for $1.75/lb today and 12 lbs of pork for 99 cents a lb. I like it when people criticize because it makes me stay on top of things. haha.

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    bee13zz says:

    @LegendSexy A high quality pressure canner is totally worth the money. It's the only way to safely can meat at home. As a bonus, we use ours every once in a while to cook a Sunday roast. The higher internal pressure cooks the meat in 1/2 to 2/3 the time it would take in a normal oven. Using a pressure canner in an SHTF situation may help to conserve limited fuel IF you're able properly regulate the heat source.

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