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Two good recent posts…

September 29, 2009

…from FoodStorageMadeEasy.net .

The first I would point you to is a post about making substitutes for short-shelf-life ingredients from regular pantry or food storage items.   They are: brown sugar (shelf life ~ 6 months), buttermilk (short life in fridge, longer life in powder form, but neither are readily available here in England), and baking powder (shelf life of 6-12 months).
Food Storage Substitutions

The second is the most recent post on the FSME blog as of today.  It is the introduction to a five-part series on “Why Food Storage?”    Today Jodi and Julie discuss what is food storage, with the 5 “whys” coming on subsequent Mondays. 
Why Food Storage?

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