DEHYDRATED Carrots and Broccoli slaw for food storage using Excalibur

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Great way to store veggies for long term food storage! Dehydrated veggies are a great item to have in food storage. In my video I have two quarts each of deh…

In this video Luke and Brian will demonstrate some basic steps for starting a supply of food and water preps. They will also share information that is useful…
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41 Responses to “DEHYDRATED Carrots and Broccoli slaw for food storage using Excalibur”

  1. brendahere

    I’m having fun sneaking through your old videos. I think I missed a few
    before. Or at the very least I’m enjoying them again.?

  2. Shelita Williams

    Thank you so much, I’m learning about prepping and food storage I have a
    dehydrator and don’t use it for food storage. I’m ready to utilize it and
    I’m so glad you shared this video. Do you know how long it will last once
    you vaccum seal?

  3. 7891234able

    My gro had cans of sweet corn whole kernel on sale..and I bought 7 cans ,
    and I have them, in dehydrator , and they Ar looking good..

  4. Obsessiveprepperaz

    This is so great to add to stews and soups! Yummy!

  5. Obsessiveprepperaz

    Mushrooms are one thing I have not tried yet! Epic failue when I tried to
    dehydrate pearl onions whole. Not a good idea!! ๐Ÿ™‚

  6. Ashley R

    I don’t own a dehydrator. Can I use my oven to dehydrate things?

  7. Obsessiveprepperaz

    Always a great feeling of accomplishment when you dehydrate and or can! I
    love it! Blessngs

  8. grandma lynda

    I was told dehydrating corn is not a good idea as it stays tough. I found
    canned corn which I don’t use on sale and bought 2 and dehydrated them.
    They turned out great after I rinsed them off and put them on the
    dehydrator. If you dehydrate frozen corn how do you do it. Love corn with
    almost everything and it would be great to have it in storage. thanks.

  9. Obsessiveprepperaz

    I love when you can mask some of the foods we cook and the husbands have no
    idea what they are eating! ๐Ÿ™‚

  10. Obsessiveprepperaz

    I will pm you!

  11. walshamite

    The commercial dehydrator is expensive and simply made – a black box with
    perforated shelves, a fan, a timer and a thermostat. Home built, the timer
    can be on the wall. The box, from plywood with shelves of perforated sheet.
    The fans, ganged PC fans; the thermostat, salvaged from a fan heater or
    hairdrier. And some switches. So the high cost of commercial units can be
    minimized. which can be bigger, spray painted any colour. Silicone baking
    sheets can be used on the trays. What say?

  12. katzcradul

    Good informational video. Thanks.

  13. Obsessiveprepperaz

    Refer to my video Long term food storage – dehydrated vegetables – storing
    in mylar bags! Thank you for the response and God bless

  14. grandma lynda

    my husband hates veg. but his favourite soup is broccoli cheddar which I
    throw cauliflower into as well. I dehydrate the broccoli slaw and use that
    for soup when fresh is expensive. It blends down really well and it is so
    convenient. I also do the onions I grow which in my area are not very big
    so I have them not going bad. I can then have onions or onion powder from
    my garden all year. I don’t care for plastic containers that came with the
    food saver. Had one drop 2″ and hit a jar and broke it

  15. Life Chef

    Great video and awesome tips. Question….Why not put the dehydrated items
    in Foodsaver bags instead of jars? I was just wondering.

  16. Ladyshystar

    I so appreciate my dehydrator. I find that MUSHROOMS are tricky. In my
    experience they need to Stew a bit or they are tough. Thanks Much.

  17. linda cinnante

    jannette caseau how !!!?

  18. linda cinnante

    my question is i have alot of room in my garage to store ” BUT” down in
    south florida with the heat and humidity !!! help !! ?

  19. TheCrnic

    Put your clear plastic/glass bottles/jars in a brown paper bag helps keep
    the light out making it last longer. The bags can also be used for fuel
    (fire) later. Brown paper bags are very cheap and you can write on them.
    They also help with moisture.?

  20. Jannette Caseau

    You can seal your cans and boxes in wax to prevent rusting & moisture.

  21. John Reutter

    Bottle water will last way way past the exp date it might taste funny but
    it is safe if stored right. He is right about food bank when date gets
    close/good man

  22. marlena dailey

    God bless you boys, thank you for getting the word out. This is our
    temperal salvation, that god tells us to store. Keep up the good works. I
    love to dehydrate frozen veggies when they go on sale, and vac seal in
    mason jars will last 10 plus yrs. with oxygen osb.

  23. marlena dailey

    God bless you boys, thank you for getting the word out. This is our
    temperal salvation, that god tells us to store. Keep up the good works. I
    love to dehydrate frozen veggies when they go on sale, and vac seal in
    mason jars will last 10 plus yrs. with oxygen osb. its recommend to have at
    least a one yr supply of long term food storage. and at least 6mo short to
    mid term storage.

  24. R. F. Pennington

    dry goods in Coke bottles…well, you learn something every day!
    Suggestion: purchase canned goods little at a time, resisting the urge of
    making a big buy. This spreads out the best buy dates. Here, we keep sixty
    days food on hand. Never forget that hot water heaters are a good source of
    water. 40+/- gallons in every home. Kuddos for your charity.

  25. Bobby C.

    1st…C-Rations were good for 10 yrs. How long for MRE’S?/? 2nd…jars that
    my mother pressure canned lasted 8 to 10 yrs. of course the rubber seals
    were thicker than now days. 3rd…your exactly right about `all yer eggs in
    one basket` !/! 4th…ya need to read the `HEBRAIC ROOTS BIBLE`. This is
    pre- KJV.

  26. milestogotilisleep

    Great video, I completely agree with your charitable heart and what`s
    important.

  27. May Apaiso

    God bless y’all

  28. ChadskieBalasie

    do you grown your own foods as well?

  29. Bobby C.

    1st…C-Rations were good for 10 yrs. How long for MRE’S?/? 2nd…jars that
    my mother pressure canned lasted 8 to 10 yrs. of course the rubber seals
    were thicker than now days. 3rd…your exactly right about `all yer eggs in
    one basket` !/! 4th…ya need to read the `HEBRAIC ROOTS BIBLE`. This is
    pre- KJV. bobbycwoodshop@yahoo.com

  30. tothefuckingmoss

    water is water after not having it for 3 days that water full of bugs and
    muck starts to look really good when the will to live starts you will drink
    6 year old water same for food I know I would eat food that is well over
    its date! but having food on the shelf is good to have for hard time’s or
    to give you more time for your gardens to make food…just my little 2
    cents!

  31. bull528

    great video. it was nice to get to talk to the group the other night. keep
    up the great work.

  32. SHER7067

    The big water jugs are made out of cancercausing agents. I don’t think I
    would use those kind of jugs.

  33. asymmattrical

    great idea to rotate out to charity! i absolutely love that! what an easy
    way to take care of God’s children! Thank you for sharing!

  34. jmanprepper

    Thanks for the reply. Be well jman

  35. 7TRUMPETSPREPPER

    yes, we try to grow as much as we can during the warm months. I would
    encourage everyone to do it. At least you know what you have in your food
    for sure because you have grew it.

  36. Chad Cauble

    Good video guys . Wants your take on the Mayan calender end ? Are we close
    ?

  37. HolyKngt

    I think you need to fix your shelf! haha its bending pretty bad

  38. 7TRUMPETSPREPPER

    In short No 2012 will come and go and there we be nothing signifigant as
    far as scripture concerns. I am doing a video soon specifically addressing
    this topic. Make sure to check back I should have it up later this week or
    next.

  39. jmanprepper

    Thank you for the videos you guys post. I am not sure how I arrived here
    but I have been watching a few each night. It is my understanding that the
    dates on the can are not the use by date but the best by date. Canned food
    will last much longer then then the stamped date. Also food stored by the
    process of canning will last quite a bit longer then 2 years. Do you
    beleive that this information is correct? Thanks in advance for your reply.

  40. 7TRUMPETSPREPPER

    Just make sure to buy those that are BPA free.

  41. 7TRUMPETSPREPPER

    When I talked with the lady that runs the local food pantry she said food
    would last past the dates. I agree as well. hope this is some help on that
    part. As far as canning it yourself I would say 2 to 3 years rotation.