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SHTF Root Cellar February 18, 2016

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SHTF Root Cellar: How to build your Own Food Storage – 17 Essential Tips to Create Amazing Natural Refrigeration! was a free book for your survival kindle when this post was written. Check the pricing of it before your buy it.

How to build your Own Food Storage – 17 Essential Tips to Create Amazing Natural Refrigeration!

Starting your own root cellar may seem like an intimidating enterprise but it doesn’t have to be. This book gives you the low down on the best way to create a sustainable storage place for your veggies anywhere you may have the inclination to put them.

This book advises how to create the traditional outside root cellar as well as converting basement space into suitable produce space.

And along with these two main vehicles of root cellar produce, the book also covers many other more unorthodox but equally effective methods of prolonging the shelf life of fruits and vegetables.

Whole chapters are also devoted to the storing and maintenance of produce, specifically highlighting what containers and methods should be used. If you would like to know more about how you can keep your veggies fresh all year round, read this book!

In this book we highlight:

  • How to create a traditional cellar
  • How to convert a basement into a cellar
  • What containers to use for storage
  • Unorthodox cellar’s
  • Best tips and tricks
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