Storing drinking water in canning jars
The biggest problem with storing drinking
water is that it takes up a lot of room....
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Every good homesteader
has a hundred or so quart size jars. Jars take up the same space
whether they are full of beautiful fruits and veggies or empty.
A great way to store water is in those jars once you use your precious
preserves. Water and preserves need the same storage requirements
--- dark, cool, rotated often --- so you can put those shelves to use
in the off season to store drinking water for emergency power outages.
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