DailyDirt: Preserving Food For Posterity

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Modern civilization wouldn’t be where it is today without the means to store food for long periods of time. Before refrigerators, food spoilage was a daily concern for just about everyone. Now, we can keep leftovers in a fridge for far too long — and forget about it until some really furry mold is obviously thriving. Here are just a few links on keeping food from going bad.

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Anonymous Coward says:

I personally wouldn’t use them for meat products, but properly designed solar food dehydrators can get nice and hot, do not require electric fans for air movement, and can be a lot cheaper than the countertop version used in the article linked above.

Lots of links at:
http://www.builditsolar.com/Projects/Cooking/cooking.htm

For an article reporting on some design tests performed at Appalachian State University see:
http://tec.appstate.edu/sites/default/files/HPImprovingSolarFoodDryers.pdf

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