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Food Storage And Storage Food Concepts

Native American Pottery: What We Can Lean From the Master Potters?

Survival Duty will cover many techniques to the art of pottery making for self sustainability. I am lucky to live near the birth place of pottery making in North America. About 40 miles East of Savannah Georgia, near the Savannah River, sits one of the oldest settlements in North America. The first Americans to invented ceramics for food storage. Continue reading Native American Pottery: What We Can Lean From the Master Potters?

Food Storage And Storage Food Concepts

CHAPTER 1

In the chapter “Survival Gardens”, the art of growing produce is in itself a feat to master without supply chain fertilizers, pesticides, pest control, and pressurized water for irrigation. If we are slightly successful to achieve any source of yield then the question becomes how do we store it? When vegetables and fruit are ripe, there is a short period before rot and decay sets in and all that we worked so hard for is lost… and winter in coming. We will cover the arts of canning, the types of foods to process for storage and how aborigines who lived on the North American continent stored grain for thousands of years with no government, no schooling or any form of industrialization yet survived drought, floods and natural disasters without wiping out the human race.

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