Storing wheat berries for long-term food storage. In this video/post, I’m going to show you how I store wheat berries in Mylar bags and five-gallon pails.
Video: How To Store Wheat Berries In Five Gallon Pails And Mylar Bags
📃 Note: The video has a lot of up and down in volume, so I don’t recommend wearing earbuds or headphones while watching.
I covered storing wheat berries in Mylar step by step in the video above, so I won’t over it here in print unless I find a demand for that. I just want to go over a couple of points in this article.
First, while this video is about storing wheat berries in Mylar bags and buckets, it could have just as well been a number of other dry goods, the process is the same. Beans, oats, and rice, for example, can be stored in Mylar and buckets in the same exact way.
I do have another video on Dry Goods In Mylar Bags For Long Term Food Storage that covers a lot of other dry goods as well as using smaller Mylar bags and bins.
Items Used Or Mentioned In The Storing Wheat Berries Video 🔗
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- (10) 18″x28″ 5mil Ziplock Mylar Bags PLUS (10) – 2000cc Oxygen Absorbers
- KF-Constant Heat Bag Sealer for Mylar Bags
- FoodSaver Regular & Wide-Mouth Sealer and Accessory Hose Jar Kit
- The FoodSaver Vacuum Sealer Machine I Use
- Cordless Handheld FoodSaver Vacuum Sealer (I’ve never used this and have my doubts about it)
- Augason Farms Hard White Wheat Emergency Food Storage 4 Gallon Pail
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