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Expert Tips for Safe Home Food Storage

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Published on Jan 2, 2013

Janice Gregg from the Oregon State University Extension Service shares some of her knowledge on how to store staple foods over the winter months. As Gregg explains, edible grains, fruits, squashes, and other staples have different storage requirements in order to preserve their freshness, and avoid spoilage and rot.

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