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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...
My husband wrote an article recently about using beans instead of oil. Well that got me to thinking about beans and how healthy they are. Needless to say there are many people out there that can’t handle beans for one …Read More...
With the holidays aproaching and all the baking, I though I would mention this again. Over the last year or so, my wife has written about using beans instead of oil in baking. Well I can testify to you that …Read More...
1 c. of dry = 21/2 to 3 c. cooked beans
Bean : water ratio
1 c. beans : 4 c. water
Slice a bean in half. If the center is opaque, soak more.
Are they …Read More...
My wife has been using beans instead of fat in baking for about a year now. The taste and textures amazes most people when we tell them what is used. The cake cooks just a bit faster than normal, so …Read More...
Since I was raised on a ranch, I pretty much watched my grandmother cook many different ways depending on the weather and how many men she had to cook for. There was always a pot of beans cooking on …Read More...
A method to help soften beans and speed up the cooking is as follows: First, sort and rinse the beans. Bring three …Read More...
A question that comes up regularly is how much food is a year’s supply. One answer is a list put out by the LDS Church (Church of Jesus Christ of Latter Day Saints).
- Grains (wheat, rice, corn or other cereal