Offers recipes and tips for stockpiling an emergency food supply that can last years, featuring advice on off-grid cooking, canning, and turning shelf-stable foods into nutritious meals.
New Cover; Stop stressing and start storing! at last - a book to take the stress out of food storage! Stop worrying about what kinds of foods to buy and how to use your food storage before it goes bad - not to mention how to get your family to eat it. Simple Recipes Using Food Storage is an all-encompassing guide to food storage. This is an essential book for anyone just starting out. the basics of food storage are organized into a step-by-step system. the first section requires only 6 basic ingredients - and then as your food storage grows, so do your recipe options! Plus, comprehensive ingredient substitution charts will help you use what you have on hand, and a shelf-life chart will keep your food fresh. Check out the handy bite-sized tips and the answers to common food storage questions. Learn to: - start slow and build your food storage gradually and wisely - add variety to your meals - keep your meals nutritious - use dehydrated foods in something other than trail mix - make your own yogurt, cream cheese, and sour cream the counsel to build up food storage has never been more explicit. Simple Recipes Using Food Storage gives you a doable plan to help you follow the prophet's counsel. Whether emergency strikes, your family falls on lean times, or you just need to rotate your food storage, you can use these recipes to make everything from breads and desserts to smoothies and soups. Stop stressing and start storing today!
Across the ages, in every survival story, a disaster of some sort plays a prominent role. Sometimes the part is played by the government, sometimes it is played by Mother Nature, and other times, the role is taken on by a random mishap. If we have learned one thing studying the history of disasters, it is this: those who are prepared have a better chance at survival than those who are not.A crisis rarely stops with a triggering event. The aftermath can spiral, having the capacity to cripple our normal ways of life. Because of this, it's important to have a well-rounded approach to our preparedness efforts.Due to the overwhelming nature of preparedness, we have created the Prepper's Blueprint to help get you and your family ready for life's unexpected emergencies. To make a more comprehensive, easy-to-follow program, The Prepper's Blueprint has been simplified and divided up in a way to help you make sense of all the preparedness concepts and supply lists provided. We have divided the chapters into layers of preparedness.Layer 1: Chapters 1-14, prepares you for those everyday disasters that have shorter-term effects: power outages, storms, injuries, and evacuationsLayer 2: Chapters 15-31 help you to get ready for disasters that turn out to be much longer-lasting: economic collapse, long term power outages, and pandemics, to name a fewLayer 3: Chapters 32-56 prepares you for the long haul and a complete change of lifestyle, the end of the world as we know it: providing food and water once supplies run out, security, retreat properties, and long-term plansThe goal of The Prepper's Blueprint is to help you find freedom through self-reliance, and ultimately, to get you and your family to a point where you can not only survive, but thrive, in a world that may be permanently altered.
In a disaster, having food isn’t enough—you also have to know what to do with it. Deborah D. Moore has been a Prepper for most of her life, long before the term was popular. She believes in being prepared to winter in during the long cold months that she has to endure in the Upper Peninsula of Michigan. An entire room of her small home is devoted to food and supply storage. Since her house is small it’s easy to heat with the wood cook stove that, at the same time, gives her a means of cooking and baking her food supplies. Featuring over 100 receipes, author Deborah D. Moore will take you on a fun, step-by-step journey to recreate the same meals she makes every day on her wood stove—using only what she has stored in her pantry.
When you think of food storage, do you think of the deep dark corner in your basement? Do you think of food you would only touch if you were actually starving? This book is here to shine a light into that deep, dark corner and help you discover what food storage is really all about. In addition to their tips and ideas for eating healthy and delicious foods, the authors have included more than 200 recipes that use ingredients from your food storage. Rotate the food often in your everyday recipes and your food storage will soon become familiar and welcome cuisine.
Do you have stored food for emergencies? Do you have recipes for tasty food from this stored food? These are recipes for stored- type foods and aren’t in any regular cookbooks that I know of. This may be what you’re looking for or may some day need. There is a Camping/Trail Section in this cookbook, but MANY of the recipes throughout the rest of the booklet would also work great for campfire cooking. During about 25 years of jungle living in Bolivia, South America, my mother collected these recipes. Some recipes are hers, some shared from other jungle wives and mothers. Where we lived, there were no grocery stores, no roads, no TVs, no electricity, no plumbing, no other people for about 11⁄2 hours flying time over a beautiful emerald carpet of Amazonian rainforest with an occasional brown river ribbon winding across the endless green below. Every 3 to 5 months, a Cessna would bring supplies, like batteries, 100 lb. bag of flour, raisins, canned foods, shotgun shells, outboard motor parts & gasoline, and most importantly – mail. My first summer in the jungle, Mom baked bread in a tin oven over a campfire. The next year she had a wood burning stove my father made for her from the round cut-off ends of a barrel & tins cans, clayed around to make a fire box, and a chimney stack of 5 gallon gas cans wired together. She still used the tin oven on the stove top for baking. It’s not easy baking over a wood fire, trying to keep it burning evenly and consistently. My wish for you is that this recipe collection from Elena Josephine Garland Johnson will be a help to you. She would like that. She’s the lady in the front cover picture.
A practical and approachable guide to amassing an emergency food supply filled with your own natural dishes As the disaster drags on for days, weeks, months or even years, food scarcity and starvation will fuel people’s desperation. Even preppers like you will need more than dried beans and rice to survive. With The Prepper’s Canning Guide, you’ll learn the lifesaving techniques to take your food storage to the next level, including how to: •Store nutrition-packed foods •Create delicious MREs •Can protein-rich meat and poultry •Make canned produce last longer •Use time-tested water-bath methods •Utilize modern pressure canning From food safety guidelines to grid failure canning tips, this book will guarantee your family stays safe, secure and well-fed.
"Food storage experts Crystal Godfrey and Debbie Kent will help you quickly decipher what you should and should not be storing, empowering you with the savvy tricks and insider information it takes to store the correct food, get the best prices, and in the end, how to make something your family would actually eat"--Page 4 of cover.
The dehydrator is an incredibly useful tool for long-term food storage and making the most of your garden harvest.
FIRE AND ICE . . . that's what you get when you take the cool looks of the Volkswagon Beetle, Bus, Karmann Ghia, Thing, Squareback or Fastback and unleash the hot performance of the air-cooled VW engine. How to Hot Rod Volkswagen Engines gives the real skinny for breathing-on, blueprinting and bulletproofing your air-cooled Vee-dub. Street, custom, kit car, off road, or full-race, this book gives you all the air-cooled engine-building basics to find and put to the pavement hidden horsepower. Includes tips on carburetion, ignition and exhaust tuning, case beefing, cylinder-head flow work, camshaft selection, lubrication and cooling upgrades, 6-to-12-volt conversions and much more. Plus there's a natty 6-page history of the origins of the first air-cooled VW engines. All neat stuff, this. Go ahead. You deserve it! Double or triple the output of your air-cooled Volkswagon. Or add 10-15 horsepower with easy bolt-on mods. Mild or wild, do it the right way-with this book. More than 300 photos, drawings and charts to guide you through your VW's innards. And don't look back.