Monday, April 21, 2014

Free Kindle Books 4-21-14

General notes to free Kindle book posts

From the top 100 free list
[Amazon has several times changed the actual link to the top 100 free books. This link has not changed. You will have to select the top 100 free tab yourself.]

This is a boxset of three best selling books

What do we mean by canning? Canning is a process where we seal food or drinks in jars, then heat them to destroy microorganisms that cause spoilage. It's the same concept that the food industry undertakes to put food, such as soups or vegetables, in cans and sell it to the consumer. With home canning, you are in charge of all the ingredients as well as the taste and quality of your food.

Learning these skills are a must in today's troubled times, and while many of the steps are tedious and time consuming, we're going to focus on the most effective methods to preserve your foods. There are several methods to food preservation that date back hundreds of years. Obviously without refrigerators they had to be creative. One such way, as we've heard in Medieval times, was to cure the meat with salt. But there are various techniques that go back even further in history. And we still use several of these timeless practices today.

Whether you believe that the world is currently a safe place or you believe that the world could end shortly, you should at least have a basic understanding of what to do when a disaster does occur. Many individuals view preppers as conspiracy theorists or slightly delusional, but this couldn't be further from the truth. Preppers are prepared for any type of disaster, ranging from common natural disasters to unlikely large scale events. They're prepared and they understand how to take action in any of these situations. How much you decide to prep is up to you, but having an understanding of this information and being able to utilize these techniques could mean the difference between life and death.

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