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vov35
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salvia divinorum... YAY!

so where are we gonna get the salt to preserve food/make it yummy?

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Well, we won't need much salt for preservation unless we start having meat.
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salt still adds flavor...

and i want meat.

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Preserves. Anybody know anything about making them? And dried foods? And aren't there a few winter-crops?

Also, wheat flour should keep if we keep it dry, right?
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Yep, we can grind up wheat and corn into flour which will keep.  Potatoes and onion as well will keep without any special preperation.   We could go ice fishing in the winter.  Everything else we'll have to can or freeze.  My moms freind offered to let me help her can her garen vegetables this fall so that I can learn how to do it.
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Canning, that's the other one! Jarring veggies is also really, really easy.

We probably want to make a bread oven, too. Solar, maybe?

We could dig underground for the purposes of refrigeration, also.
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Indeed that's how they did it in the Wisconsin cob Hut. Plus we can pack it in snow.


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