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Storage Food Recipes

by: Irene

Tue Nov 21, 2006 at 16:32:04 PM EST

(excellent list of threads at Flu Wiki - promoted by DemFromCT)


HOT FOOD RECIPES:
Appetizers/Snacks/Spreads Beans & Rice
Breads Meat, Chicken & Fish
Breakfast Dishes Ramen, Pasta, Noodles & Grains
Salads & Sandwiches Soups & Stews
Sweets Side Dishes
COLD FOOD RECIPES:
Breakfast Appetizers/Snacks/Spreads
Salads & Sandwiches
OTHER:
Drinks Canning and Preserving
Substitutions
Discuss :: (32 Comments)

Any cheesemakers here?

by: WhiteSwan

Thu Jun 12, 2008 at 22:12:35 PM EDT

I'm thinking about making cheese, and perhaps making hard cheese (that keeps in storage) as part of my preps/food preservation.  Has anyone here ever made cheese, anc can you give some simple recipes and/or advice?

DH is starting to make wine--these would make SIP kinda fun! ;-)

Discuss :: (9 Comments)

Aldi foods that rate

by: beefman

Sat Mar 15, 2008 at 19:24:36 PM EDT

We have been taste testing some canned products from Aldi. We stock up every couple of weeks. We get a cart full of food for half of what we would have spent in a standard grocery. These are good: fruits, roast beef, corned beef hash, ravioli, baked beans. So far everything good, and some quite good. The roast beef in gravy will surprise you. You can also get staples like flour, sugar etc. More as we test foods..... beefman
Discuss :: (6 Comments)

Free Downloadable Recipe eBooks

by: Irene

Mon Jan 14, 2008 at 15:47:33 PM EST

I'm using a free web space provider to host these ebooks so they are subject to being deleted by the provider whenever the files have not been accessed by anyone within a 90 day period.

Downloading instructions:
- click the link of the cookbook you want
- scroll down on the page that appears and click the "free" button
- on the next page that appears, select level 3, key in the 4 digit/letter password on the page and click the download button

There's More... :: (16 Comments, 63 words in story)

Narrated 30 Day Pandemic Menu

by: KathyinFL

Thu Jan 03, 2008 at 16:35:37 PM EST

I've started a narrated 30 day food menu for using during the first month of a hypothetical pandemic.
There's More... :: (88 Comments, 27 words in story)

Prep Eating Experiment, part three

by: KathyinFL

Tue Aug 14, 2007 at 18:58:52 PM EDT

This is a continuation of discussions from http://www.newfluwik...
There's More... :: (26 Comments, 15 words in story)

Chocolate Crazy Cake (eggless)

by: Meserole in FL

Tue Mar 20, 2007 at 19:01:26 PM EDT

Crazy Cake 

This cake was popular during the depression, and does not have any eggs in it.

Ingredients:
3 cups all-purpose flour
2 cups white sugar
1 teaspoon salt
2 teaspoons baking soda
1/2 cup unsweetened cocoa powder
3/4 cup vegetable oil
2 tablespoons distilled white vinegar
2 teaspoons vanilla extract
2 cups cold water

Procedure:
Sift flour, sugar, salt, soda, and cocoa together into a 9 x 13 inch ungreased cake pan. Make three wells. Pour oil into one well, vinegar into second, and vanilla into third well. Pour cold water over all, and stir well with fork.

Bake at 350 degrees F (175 degrees C) for 30 to 40 minutes, or until tooth pick inserted comes out clean.

Frost with your favorite icing.

Discuss :: (4 Comments)

A better story to be in

by: lugon

Thu Mar 08, 2007 at 07:08:06 AM EST

(great idea! - promoted by DemFromCT)

Melanie at http://newfluwiki2.c... suggested Statistic won't work (...)  You have to give [people] a narrative, a story, to illustrate what that all means.  Maybe we could have the counterpoint to CanadaSue's story (a day-by-day recount of an unmitigated pandemic).  Not a story where Nature treats us kindly, but one in which we prepare and then respond in the best possible way.  Let's write it here and there.

UPDATE: follow up diary is here

Discuss :: (166 Comments)

Dehydrating Food: Methods and Recipes

by: KathyinFL

Thu Mar 01, 2007 at 21:52:59 PM EST

Most of the longest term prep items are freeze dried, dehydrated, etc. 
There's More... :: (47 Comments, 49 words in story)

Pandemic Preparation and Kids

by: KathyinFL

Fri Feb 16, 2007 at 20:31:39 PM EST

This diary will cover just about any topic that includes children and preparation.
There's More... :: (68 Comments, 109 words in story)

Wild Foods and Game Recipes

by: KathyinFL

Wed Feb 07, 2007 at 11:52:35 AM EST

This diary will cover the inclusion of wild foods and wild game into your prep plans.
There's More... :: (63 Comments, 42 words in story)

Home Remedies

by: KathyinFL

Sat Feb 03, 2007 at 10:39:40 AM EST

To discuss the options that may, or may not, help during a pandemic which are primarily considered "natural," "homeopathic," or a "home remedy."
There's More... :: (23 Comments, 53 words in story)

Homemade Cleaning Products

by: KathyinFL

Sat Feb 03, 2007 at 10:35:13 AM EST

While not exactly considered a health or survival issue at first glance, shortages and self-quarantines may necessitate having back ups for normal household tasks.
There's More... :: (29 Comments, 21 words in story)

Alternative Cooking Methods

by: KathyinFL

Sat Feb 03, 2007 at 10:32:45 AM EST

Discussion and recipes for alternative cooking methods.
There's More... :: (118 Comments, 44 words in story)

Canned Meats and TVP

by: KathyinFL

Wed Jan 17, 2007 at 10:10:03 AM EST

Canned meats and TVP are very useful in the emergency pantry.
There's More... :: (44 Comments, 38 words in story)

Recipes Using Canned and Dried Foods

by: KathyinFL

Wed Jan 17, 2007 at 10:05:37 AM EST

This diary contains general recipes which do not fit into the other recipe diaries currently in place.
There's More... :: (69 Comments, 53 words in story)

Freezer Bag Cooking

by: bgw in MT

Sun Jan 14, 2007 at 19:49:16 PM EST

A big thank you to Kathy in FL for providing the link for the freezer bag cooking site:
http://www.freezerba...
There's More... :: (19 Comments, 271 words in story)

Breads and Spreads

by: KathyinFL

Fri Jan 12, 2007 at 12:04:03 PM EST

Some folks say that bread is the foundation of life.  I don't know about that, but if you've ever tried to give bread up or had to do without it for any length of time, it sure isn't easy.  So if you don't have to, why should you?
There's More... :: (107 Comments, 193 words in story)

SIP Snacks and Desserts

by: KathyinFL

Fri Jan 12, 2007 at 11:34:20 AM EST

First off, SIP is the opposite of "bugging out."  It stands for "sheltering in place."  People may, after a while, think is stands for "suffering in place."
There's More... :: (96 Comments, 107 words in story)

Soups

by: KathyinFL

Thu Jan 11, 2007 at 21:03:19 PM EST

Soups ... easy to cook, easy on the fuel consumption, easy for both the healthy and invalids, easy on the bugdet -- perfect for our emergency food pantries.
There's More... :: (94 Comments, 126 words in story)
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