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It's Time to Plan, Prepare, Protect with Food Preservation

Updated: Jan 5

Food preservation is an incredibly important topic that often gets overlooked in our fast-paced, modern world. The ability to preserve food has played a critical role in human survival for thousands of years. Without it, we would not have been able to store food for long periods, which would have made it difficult for us to survive in times of scarcity.

There are many different methods of food preservation, each with its unique advantages and disadvantages. Some of the most used methods include canning, freezing, and drying. Canning involves heating food to a high temperature and then sealing it in an airtight container, while freezing involves keeping food at a very low temperature to prevent spoilage. Drying involves removing moisture from food to prevent the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms.

One of the key benefits of food preservation is that it allows us to extend the shelf life of food, which can help to reduce waste and save money. It also makes it possible to enjoy a wider variety of foods throughout the year, regardless of seasonality. Additionally, food preservation can help to maintain the nutritional value of food, which is important for maintaining a healthy diet.

Food preservation is an essential aspect of our food system that plays a critical role in ensuring our survival. By understanding the different methods of food preservation and how they work, we can make informed decisions about the food we eat and how we store it. So, the next time you reach for that can of beans or bag of frozen vegetables, take a moment to appreciate the role that food preservation has played in bringing that food to your table.

In conclusion, there is nothing new under the sun and what has happened will occur again for the bible teaches history repeats itself (Eccl 1:9 KJV). Therefore, we at Beit El do believe America will experience famine and depression as it occurred in 1929. Churches that own land, should be creating crops to feed their members. We need Joseph’s anointing in these last and evil days with food recalls, artificial digital food replacement, and animal duplication through artificial intelligence. Therefore, Beit El is offering a Food Preservation workshop to teach people how to preserve food for seven years through dry canning. Register Now.

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