The Information You Need to Start Building your Long-Term Food Storage.

Mylar for Food Storage Course

Be Confident in Your Food Storage

I'll teach you how to:

• Identify types of Mylar

• Understand oxygen absorbers

• Identify safe foods for long-term storage

• Fill and seal all sizes of Mylar

• & more!

Focused and comprehensive lessons give you the information and the confidence to use Mylar effectively in your long-term food storage.

It is self-paced, so that you can complete it on your schedule. 

Comment section with every lesson for asking questions.

All videos have closed captioning.

Types of Mylar

Using Oxygen Absorbers

Sealing Mylar Bags




I'm Ready to Learn to Mylar!

If the thought of long-term food storage makes your head spin, you are not alone. 

I get questions all the time about Mylar.

What can I put in Mylar?

How do I seal Mylar?

How many oxygen absorbers do I need?

It can seem confusing, but I promise you it isn't.

My course Mylar for Food Storage will take you from confused to confident!

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Build Your Food Storage!

Mylar for Food Storage Course


Regularly priced at $65

  • Video & Blog Style Lessons
  • Printable Downloads
  • Step by Step Information to Fill and Seal Mylar Bags
  • Information on what mylar is, oxygen absorbers, food safety, & more!
  • Immediate access to all lessons
  • Personalized support in comment sections for asking questions
  • You’ll have access for the lifetime of the course, for as long as I continue to run Mylar for Food Storage.


I started my homestead prepper journey over 15 years ago. It began in a community garden plot when we lived in student housing. We've since lived in rentals of all sizes before landing on our current homestead in North Idaho.

We have had to ask landlords for permission for chickens or tilling gardens. We've grown in pots, moved fruit trees, and made do with what we had. You do not need land to homestead.

This journey has been a slow one, a steady one. It is a process of learning, making mistakes, and taking the next best step.

I believe that each of us should be prepared because our families are our responsibility. This is also going to look different for each of us.

Prepping is nothing more than planning for the things to come.

So what is your next step?

The information you need to start building your long-term food storage.