Be prepared for any disaster or emergency situation by having a 6 month to 3 year supply of dried foods that can be stored for 25 years. Freeze dried fruit and vegetables along with other dehydrated foods, packed in #10 cans or 6 gallon buckets guarantees a dependable, long term, emergency food supply should the need arise.
Potato Flakes can be used to make many different flavors of potatoes such as butter, garlic flavor or cheesy potatoes. Potato flakes are great for thickening soups and gravies. Potato flakes are great for making potato pancakes, potato bread and rolls, and gnocchi.
Potato Slices work great with Au Gratin, as scalloped potatoes, in casseroles and many other side dishes.
Quick oats make that fast hot breakfast in the mornings when you are in a rush. Quick oats can be used as a binder for your meatloaf and meatballs and are terrific in cookies, cakes, and other desserts.
White Sugar is used in baking, cooking and to sweeten drinks and other foods. White sugar is the crystallized sucrose that is extracted from either sugar cane or sugar beets.
Brown Rice has a rich nutty flavor and is loaded with vitamins and minerals. It does not store as long but can be used in any recipe calling for white rice.
Butter powder is delicious and it is easy to use. A need for your long term food storage-not just an extra! Reconstitute it and chill to use as a spread or in baking. The only drawback with butter powder is that you cannot fry with it like you do normal butter.
Hard White Wheat is a great flour for working with yeast. Cook whole and use as a rice or barley substitute. Sprout to add to salads.
Pinto Beans are the most popular being used in chili, ham and bean soup, pureed for refried beans, and ground for flour.
Potato Flakes are a staple in home food storage because of the multitude of uses, Add to soups and gravy as a thickener, added to baked goods or pancakes and ,of course, mashed potatoes.
White Rice – 5 Gallon Bucket
Cornmeal is great for breading meats. It is also used for making polenta and grits. It’s most commonly used in making cornbread, hush puppies, tortillas, fritters and corndogs. Cornmeal is great for those that may be gluten intolerant.
16 Bean Mix is a blend of a variety of beans-pinto, small red, small white, great northern, large lima, baby lima, kidney, black turtle, pink, yellow split and green split peas, lentils, and black eye beans. Simply add meat stock along with various seasonings and you will have a great meal to simmer in the crock pot all day.
Black Turtle Beans are ideal to grind to use as a flour for those that are gluten intolerant. These beans can be used in soups, salads, burritos, casseroles and, of course, with rice. They are high in fiber and magnesium and have a very long shelf life.
Brown Sugar is used for baked goods, on hot cereal, in baked beans, in barbecue sauce and much more. If you use it now, you will definitely want it in your food storage.
Freeze-dried Blueberries are light weight and pack a powerful flavor as well as a big dose of nutrients. Add them to a trail mix, add them to cereal, top pancakes, make desserts. A delightful item for emergency supplies.
Dehydrated Vegetable Stew Blend enhances stew, soup, casseroles, and much more when bouillon, meat, and tomato are added.
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