1. Use a food-grade airtight container and hide it in the ground. Dig a hole, place the container inside, and cover it with dirt or camouflage the area with plants or foliage. 2. Invest in lockable storage containers such as plastic totes that offer extra protection from both animals and humans. These can be kept indoors or outdoors depending on your needs and are great for storing extra food you don’t want people to know about easily. 3. Hide food behind furniture, wall hangings, bookshelves, etc., anywhere where it won’t be easily found but still accessible to you when needed. 4. Make use of natural hiding spots like hollowed-out trees or caves if you’re lucky enough to have them nearby (and they are safe). This works especially well if you need somewhere remote to hide large amounts of food or supplies – just make sure to mark the spot clearly so you can find it again! 5 . Install hidden compartments either inside your walls or floors where no one would think to look for your valuables – this is a great way to keep items secure without anyone knowing about them until it’s too late!