This complete guide will take you through the process of building a swing-panel pantry storage unit capable of holding up to 256 mason jars, canned goods, or any number of other materials. This is a relatively simple project that can greatly improve your storage space, access, and food rotation.
I created this guide to help others who have the same desire as I do: more access, less waste, and better visibility. While designed for the pantry, this has potential for use in workshops, closets, and just about anywhere you need to consolidate materials while maintaining a high level of access.
Survival comes in many forms. And one of those forms is sourdough. You wouldn't think that bread would be at the top of a survivor's tool kit, but when you recognize the potential for starters to generate loaf after loaf of bread, it's hard to dispute.
Breads and baking are in some ways a lost art among the general population. But a solid starter can yield loaf after loaf of bread, or flapjacks, or muffins, or batters for other pastries and carb-stock.
And the best part? All it takes is a little bit of flour and water. The simplest of ingredients. And a fair amount of patience. Add a dash of care and you've got the recipe for survival.