storage

Storage:Possible Neolithic Agent of Disease

When humans started transitioning towards agrarian ways of life around 10,000 years ago, it wasn't just the types of food that changed. It wasn't just about more reliance on grains and less on meat, but about a fundamental change in the food system. True hunter-gatherers literally live day to day, not storing any food for later use.

Why Don't You Get One? : AWESOME CHEST FREEZERS

When I lived in Sweden I was placed in a house with 7 Swedish people. We had one freezer with six shelves and because I was last, I didn't get a shelf and had to negotiate space with people I would charitably describe as antisocial. Yeah. Also, Swedish people seem to like freezing things. Berries, mushrooms, apple sauce, game meat, meatballs, potatoes...all in the freezer. There was no room left. Finally one of the roommates moved out and I claimed my shelf. But the girl who moved in was not going to stand for the injustice of not having any room for her lingonberry harvest.