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Grab and Go Food Kits are perfect for any unplanned emergency. Our ready-made meals are packed in airtight NITROGEN PACKED Mylar pouches, and then encased in durable plastic containers: 1,080 total servings with 3 servings of food per day for 4 adults or 2 adults and 4 children for 3 months packaged in 9 - 120 Serving Buckets (3 - Breakfast & 6 Entr e Buckets). Entrees and Breakfasts within these packages: Savory Stroganoff. Cheesy Macaroni. Pasta Alfredo. Creamy Pasta and Vegetable Rotini. Teriyaki and Rice. Cheesy Lasagna. Chicken a la King and Rice. Chili Macaroni. Tomato Basil Soup. Hearty Tortilla Soup. Apple Cinnamon Cereal. Brown Sugar and Maple. Crunchy Granola. 25 Year Shelf Life (With Proper Storage).
These generously portioned cook in the pouch meals are great for any outdoor or emergency type situation you may find yourself in. Simply add warm water, stir and eat: 2 - 10 ounce serving cook in the pouch Creamy Pasta and Vegetable Rotini entr e. 7 Year Shelf Life (With Proper Storage).
Homesteading: A Backyard Guide To: Growing Your Own Food, Canning, Keeping Chickens, Generating Your Own Energy, Crafting, Herbal
Who doesn't want to shrink their carbon footprint, save money, and eat homegrown food whenever possible? Even readers who are very much on the grid will embrace this large, fully-illustrated guide on the basics of living the good, clean life. It's written with country lovers in mind-even those who currently live in the city. Whether you live in the city, the suburbs, or even the wilderness, there is plenty you can do to improve your life from a green perspective. Got sunlight? Start container gardening. With a few plants, fresh tomatoes, which then become canned tomato sauce, are a real option. Reduce electricity use by eating dinner by candlelight (using homemade candles, of course). Learn to use rainwater to augment water supplies. Make your own soap and hand lotion. Consider keeping chickens for the eggs. From what to eat to supporting sustainable restaurants to avoiding dry cleaning, this book offers information on anything a homesteader needs-and more.
The Big Book of Preserving the Harvest: 150 Recipes for Freezing, Canning, Drying, and Pickling Fruits and Vegetables
Remember how grandmother's cellar shelves were packed with jars of tomato sauce and stewed tomatoes, pickled beets and cauliflower, and pickles both sweet and dill? Learn how to save a summer day - in batches - from the classic primer, now updated and rejacketed. Use the latest inexpensive, time-saving techniques for drying, freezing, canning, and pickling. Anyone can capture the delicate flavors of fresh foods for year-round enjoyment and create a well-stocked pantry of fruits, vegetables, herbs, meats, flavored vinegars, and seasonings. "The Big Book of Preserving the Harvest" introduces the basic technique for all preserving methods, with step-by-step illustration, informative charts and tips throughout, and more than 150 recipes for the new or experienced home preserver. Among the step-by-step tested recipes: Green Chile Salsa, Tomato Leather, Spiced Pear Butter, Eggplant Caviar, Blueberry Marmalade, Yellow Tomato Jam, Cranberry-Lime Curd, Preserved Lemons, Chicken Liver Pate, and more.