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Make good whole-wheat rolls

Here is a good recipe to make homemade whole-wheat rolls from all that wheat you have been storing.  This is a fairly easy recipe to make and can be made from ingredients you should have in any long-term food storage. … Continue reading

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Prepared Meals in a Jar

Tonight my wife is teaching some classes in making prepared meals in a jar.  She has quite a selection of different meals prepared to take to the class.  So I grabbed a couple of quart jars and thought I would … Continue reading

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Butternut Squash, a Different Way to Cook It

Since we have been on the Adkins Diet we have lost quite a bit of weight.  as a side benefit my wife has had to fix meals using foods other than what what we would normally eat.  For instance potatoes … Continue reading

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Bulgur Wheat a Quick Cooking Form of Whole Wheat

Bulgur (also Burghul, bulghur, burghul or bulgar) is a cereal made from whole wheat.    It is common in European, Middle Eastern, and Indian cuisine. The advantage of bulgur wheat is that is shortens your cooking times because it only needs to be re-hydrated rather than cooked.  The disadvantage is that … Continue reading

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Cook With the Whole Wheat in Your Storage

Many of us store large amounts of whole wheat, what today people call wheat berries.  Now most of us don’t cook with this on a regular basis.  So today, I want to talk about cooking with whole wheat. Whole wheat … Continue reading

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Fantastic Turnips

My wife and I have been on the Atkins Diet for some time and have been avoiding carbohydrates, so no potatoes and I love them.  so in an effort to keep me happy my wife has been using turnips for … Continue reading

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How to fix Cauliflower

When you go to the store and look at all the veggies and wonder how can I cook something different, but don’t really have an idea what.  Well, let me tell you that since we have been on our Atkins … Continue reading

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Recipes Made with Civil War Army Rations

During the Civil War, the Union Army rations were not up to today’s standard.  However, the troops managed to get by on them, the rations consisted mainly of salt pork (often bacon) or beef, hardtack, beans or peas, desiccated vegetables, … Continue reading

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Using Butter Powder and Other Long Term Storage Foods

One thing that I have found is that many people are storing lots of long-term storage food and never trying them.  A good example is butter powder.  Everybody assumes that it will taste like normal butter.  Well the truth is … Continue reading

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Making Salmon Cakes

When we go to a seafood restaurant, I either order salmon, salmon cakes or crab cakes.  Now these items are so easy to make at home, but I hardly make the cakes, I do cook salmon since its very healthy … Continue reading

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