Century Eggs literally last for a life-time, there’s no denying it. The only problem is they also turn dark and develop a pungent smell after a few years. Here’s an ingenious twist on this old recipe that helps your eggs stay good for decades all while preserving their delicious flavor and taste:
Natural, properly preserved honey will not expire. In fact, archeologists found honey thousands of years old in ancient Egyptian tombs, and it was still good! While most of us don't need to worry about honey that old, their discovery proves that if properly contained, real honey can last for a very, very long time.
Having a nice, fresh carrot in the dead of winter that you did not have to buy at the store is a rewarding feeling as a prepper. Instead of freezing my veggies, or keeping them in a root cellar, our family has always stored our surplus crops in sand. Storing vegetables using sand is not a new way of storage, but it is an efficient way. It retains the vitamins and minerals your family needs to survive, as opposed to freezing or canning.