Salt supply ???

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  • Glenn B

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    Who has salt in their survival stores? What kind and how much?
    Not only do I have salt, probably enough to last me at least a year, if not two, but I also have a decent amount of spices. Smoked meat, that's fine but its taste gets old. it would taste a whole lot better with some salt & spice for variety. I have both sea salt and regular table salt (Mortons) that has added iodine.

    As for keeping it - keep it dry. It will last for what certainly amounts to much longer than our life spans if kept dry. Always makes me laugh when I see a use by date on a container of salt.
     

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    Stayed in a rental house in Celestun Mexico, across the street was piles of something white and crystal. Went to check it out, was mounds of salt. I thought it was cocaine from a distance.
     

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    Not only do I have salt, probably enough to last me at least a year, if not two, but I also have a decent amount of spices. Smoked meat, that's fine but its taste gets old. it would taste a whole lot better with some salt & spice for variety. I have both sea salt and regular table salt (Mortons) that has added iodine.

    As for keeping it - keep it dry. It will last for what certainly amounts to much longer than our life spans if kept dry. Always makes me laugh when I see a use by date on a container of salt.
    Dissolve it in water, evaporate the water, and it's still salt... Granted, a little bit of wet makes a big mess of it...

    I agree with you on storing spices! The most important ones for me are black an red pepper, but I keep others.
     
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