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10/27/2019 / By Grace Olson
Storing food at home is different from storing them inside your car. Whether it’s going for a short ride or getting stranded in your car during an SHTF situation, having some food stored always comes in handy, just make sure to store them properly. (h/t to BackdoorSurvival.com)
The first step to proper food storage is choosing what food you can store. Canned goods and ready-to-eat meals are expected, but there are other things to consider when picking foods. Check the tips below:
Once you’ve chosen the foods that you want to bring, it’s time to store them. Since cars are not usually meant for food storage, you need storage containers. Here are some of the things you can use:
Packing your food supply efficiently makes it easier to access and organize them. When you’re in a hurry or in the dark, this helps save a lot of effort and time. Try some of the tips below:
Proper storage is key to lasting food supply, whether it’s in your home or in your car. Learn more at FoodStorage.news.
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