Natural Amaranth is one of the super grains; it contains twice the amount of amino acids that wheat does. It is high in minerals including iron, magnesium and calcium. Non-GMO. Gluten Free. Chemical Free
Ham Flavored Bits have a ham-like flavor, aroma and color. May be used in place of cooked ham for casseroles, sauces, soups, stew, and salads.
Butter Bit Potatoes have a great buttery taste to them bringing comfort to your plate quickly since they are so easy to prepare.
Regular Rolled Oats can be added to your casseroles, meat loafs and meat balls to ‘stretch’ the meat supply.
Germade is a creamy wheat cereal that can also be added to bread and used to thicken soups.
Split green peas are the main ingredient in split green pea soup, humus, or pea and ham soup. They are also often used to add color to dishes.
Banana Pudding is wonderful by itself or in fruit salad, cream puffs or cream pie.
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Cherry Gelatin is great for a simple dessert or to use in cake recipes.
Natural Spelt flour handles a little bit differently than other flours. It has a high water solubility that makes it easier to digest and is also very high in niacin and protein. If you have wheat allergies then spelt may be the grain for you. Spelt does have less gluten than what is found in wheat.
Freeze Dried Diced Beef reconstitutes beautifully for stews, stroganoff, meat pies etc.
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Baby Lima Beans are sometimes called butter beans and have a flat, oval shape. They develop a creamy texture when cooked. As like most beans they have long term shelf life expectancy.
Cornstarch is the best thickening agent for baking fruit pies, puddings, and meringue. Thicken your gravies, soups, stews, and stir frys with cornstarch instead of flour for the gluten intolerant.
Strawberry gelatin makes for fun snacks and is used in desserts, cookies, and cakes.
Vanilla Pudding Mix uses water instead of milk making it absolutely perfect for emergency situations.
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9 Grain Cracked Cereal, when added to bread recipes, gives the bread a nutty, hearty texture. It can be ground into flour and is a healthy replacement for multi-grain breads and rolls that call for cracked wheat.
Garbanzo Beans can be sprouted, make humus, or taste great in soups. They are an important part of your long term food storage plan and great for emergency preparedness.
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