Posted: January 27, 2014 Categories: Videos How to make potato bark Published on Jan 26, 2014 by GetReadyIt’sComing! How to dehydrate potatos for food storage Share this:PrintEmailGabTelegramTweet
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Another good video Missy and Bulldog 🙂 . Keep em coming 😉
Good video, can you direct me in dehydrating left over chicken? Or would it be better to freeze it?
We checked into that. You cant dehydrate pre-cooked meats. They will spoil.
Ok thanks Bulldog that’s what I was looking for. I will just freeze it and eat later.Sweet potatoes sound good too. I dehydrate lots of veggies from the garden but not potatoes
I was thinking the same thing. We had tons of bird left over and I thought I could do something like a Jerky with it. Missy checked into it and found that once it is cooked, freezing is the only option.
We had lots of bird left over too. I made a stew and canned it up. Seemed to work, we’re still alive
A sweet potato version of this sounds good…
It is, she wants to make a video of that as well. syrup, sweet potatoes and a few other ingredients. Yummy.
Yep, good idea dph 🙂
Fantastic Missy, and Bulldog. you guys are professionals. thank you very much.
Professional NO !! Just trying to get people to start storing food, prices are going to go up, I promise, and I feel prices will be $10/gallon milk, and you will see peaches at $4 per peach. This drought in California is going to destroy our food system. Store food and grow your own, it is your only hedge against higher food prices. 🙂
Loved seeing the AR in the corner! 🙂
haha busted. 🙂
we tried to put in on the table, but we could not get it to stand right!! I was going to go into guns and ammo, but we are limited in time for the videos!!
chrome bolt, Rock River Upper, Spike’s Tactical Lower, Magpul stock and grip, Iron Sites. 🙂 Bought it the 2nd Amendment way, if yall know what I mean. 😉
yes Bulldog. you bought it the right way. 🙂