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- Publication Date: November 10, 2014
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- Language: English
- ASIN: B00PHGOTRM
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Preppers Cookbook: Emergency Preparedness Tips and Tasty Food Storage Recipes Kindle Edition
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Many of the recipes are, well, nasty.
"Cheddar Beef Soup
2 pint size jars of canned beef
1-11 ounce can cheddar cheese soup
1-11 ounce can cream of mushroom soup
1-11 ounce can French onion soup
Place everything in a saucepan (or crockpot) and stir until heated through."
Aside from the fact that this sounds utterly repulsive to me, if you prepared that as directed, without diluting any of those condensed soups, you aren't going to be eating soup. You'll get a thick viscous mass that looks more like cheddar onion beef pudding.
I suspect this author did not create or test the recipes. On one page he provides a mix to replace cream of X soups, 10 pages later, the recipe calls for a can of the soup instead of the mix. The same ingredient is referred to in different wording from recipe to recipe. Sometimes the recipe calls for teaspoons, spelled out, and other times for tsp. This suggests the recipes were collected from multiple sources and that the author did not actually cook the recipes to see if they worked. Or were edible. At all.
It's not all bad. That's why I gave it 3 stars. There are some decent recipes for using powdered eggs or other LTS foods. I am glad I accessed this title with Kindle Unlimited.