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Pantry Cooking: Quick and Easy Food Storage Recipes Spiral-bound – August 1, 2006
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From the Back Cover
Pantry Cooking will help you create a pantry that will motivate you to compile a practical and convenient menu of meals that will not only save you time and money, but also give you peace of mind!
In addition to great comfort-food recipes for each meal of the day, you'll find great tips on:
Cooking without electricity
Converting fresh ingredients for storage
Dehydrating fruits and vegetables
Creating shopping lists
Where and how to store food items
Sprouting and gardening
And so much more!
You'll also get a 5-week sample menu, plus help on personalizing your own!
About the Author
Laura Robins has been learning, practicing, developing, and teaching modern and primitive wilderness survival skills over the past thirty-three years. She has been a Community Activist for two and a half years and involved with several neighborhood watch associations and community response teams. She is married with three children and lives in Phoenix, Arizona.
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2) All recipes are made entirely from food storage items and can be cooked on either a propane stove, campfire, or if you are lucky enough to own one, a wood cook stove.
3) Unlike other books in the food storage genre that have you buying loads of wheat, beans, and rice then calmly tell you to fix such and such in a blender,(Uh, wait a minute, there's no power!), this lady has done her homework and laid out menus and recipes for each menu item that are practical to real life emergency cooking. She also allows for the fact that no refrigeration may be available and strives to not leave you with a half used jar of mayo, for instance, to deal with. While thirty five different dinners may not be enough variety for some, the dishes inspire you to experiment and work with your ideas to add to your own repertoire of meals from storage foods.
4) This is not a high powered, over the top cookbook with full page color photos or nostalgic ramblings about life in Italy interspersed between recipes. Instead, I find the page layouts and occasional illustrations convey an air of warm and pleasing friendliness about the book. The spiral binding that allows the book to lay flat while opened also shows caring and practicality.
5) Lastly, this book is about being prepared. There's nothing like looking out your garage at a snowy morning in the midst of a week-long power outage with your hands around a hot cup of coffee and knowing you have enough canned and dry foods to last several more weeks. And nothing more rewarding than noticing a group of neighbors gathering at the end of your driveway wistfully looking your way, and having those wistful looks suddenly turn into outbursts of gratitude and smiles when your offer them some hot coffee (It seems that the smell of fresh hot coffee travels).
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I have to confess up front that I did not make any of the recipes yet, and I won't. All the recipes are very unappetzing to me.Read more