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Category Archives: cooking
The other day I received the following comment from MeITX. regarding my post The Many Amazing Uses of a Pressure Cooker as a Tool for Preppers. It stated, “Don’t confuse a pressure canner with a pressure cooker. It is …Read More...
My wife has two of the all American Pressure Canners a 10-quart model 910 and the 30-quart model 930. She loves them and has found many different uses for them; they are not just for canning. While we have ran …Read More...
The other day my in-laws care giver made a chicken and dumpling recipe out of a regular cook book and although I didn’t taste the chicken, (none left) I was told that it was very good and she also made …Read More...
In the past, I have written several articles on the Wonder Oven and how great they are. I love using them during the hot months for cooking; it helps to keep the house cool. They are great for cooking grains, …Read More...
I have used a griddle since I was 8 or so, helping my grandmother make tortillas, of course the griddle then was a disk of an old tractor, but it worked great. After several years and with my grandmother getting …Read More...
A while back, I got into a discussion on the shelf life of yeast which runs from one to two years if it is properly stored. One of the men said that he had Fleischmann’s Yeast that had been in …Read More...
Today I opened the container, in which I have been making fermented vegetables. This was a mixture of carrots, cabbage and cauliflower along with a small amount of onions, garlic and green pepper for seasoning. They had been fermenting for …Read More...
The other day I started a new batch of sauerkraut in a fermenting jar, A Fermenting Crock Helps you Make sauerkraut and Preserve Vegetables, today I opened it and it is excellent. We went ahead and canned it in …Read More...
Well it’s almost the end of January and we have been watching our calories, we are not doing to bad, but there is always room for improvement. I have been combing my old notes looking for low calorie recipes that …Read More...
After a major disaster and the loss of electric power, many of you would find that you will have a much greater dependence on knives. Today let’s talk about kitchen knives. Do you have a good set? Today our meat …Read More...