Thanks for all the work you do in writing these reviews and guides for more liberal-minded preppers! I really appreciate that. One thing I’ve been thinking about lately is how to preserve fat for long-term storage. Of course everyone knows how to store beans and rice and jerky — and while carbohydrates and proteins are all fine and good in a survival situation, our bodies need to consume fat, too, for optimum nutrition. I’ve seen advice here and there online regarding what to buy or how to store it — bacon grease in a metal canister, wrapped pemmican, waxed hard cheeses, canned butter — but I’m curious about the actual longevity of these products. Environment and microbes quite easily ruin fats, unfortunately, which makes long-term storage challenging. Would this be a subject that The Prepared be interested in tackling?