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If you have a Coleman stove that works on the small propane canisters, you can readily adapt it to work off a five- gallon propane tank. This lets you run your stove almost 20 times longer without refueling. It takes …Read More...
One thing we have tried to do in our food storage is to stock items that store well and are versatile. A good example is spam. Hormel says that it will last indefinitely unless the cans are punctured or damaged. …Read More...
Earlier today, I received the following question on beans, it was in a comment on a post about bean flours. I think it may be of interest to many of you. The question is “Can you use pinto bean flour …Read More...
Today I am going to discuss some information that is taught by the U.S Military about how to cook wildlife in emergency situations. Most of us have a pretty good idea on how to cook deer, elk and other common …Read More...
We were visiting our daughter awhile back in Utah and as always we got started talking about storage and all the wheat our families have. All of us think that with wheat we can survive an emergency because we can …Read More...
Since our blog on grinding grains with the Wonder Mill Junior, I have been thinking about all the different legumes that can be used for flour. Storing whole beans is as easy as storing whole wheat and can be used …Read More...
I have spent good part of a day trying out a Wonder Mill Junior. Now I already have a Country Living Mill that sells for over four hundred dollars and it is a good mill. However, the Wonder Mill which …Read More...
Honey if correctly stored will last indefinitely, with age it may crystallize, but that is not a problem. Having been raised overseas I never saw liquid honey until I came to this country. You got it from the store in …Read More...