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    Dehydrate Your Short Term Emergency Food

    Fri Sep 07, 2012 6:22 pm
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    Preparing for emergency food storage can require as much thought as preparing for long term food storage. In fact the same type of planning is necessary but the items may be different. Each person’s needs must be addressed and planned for. A short term emergency usually means that things will be back to normal in a few days or hours.

    Sometimes you can see the emergency coming, like in the case of a hurricane or a big winter storm, but most of the time an emergency situation happens suddenly and you won’t have time to get ready. The power will probably go out along with the water. Preparing for a few days of emergency food can be fun and you can prepare lots of the food yourself.

    Click on these threads for more information:
    Food Preservation by Dehydrating
    Meals In A Jar ~ Make Your Own Convenience Foods
    Organizing Your Pantry
    Cooking From The Pantry

    Please feel free to share a story, recommend a recipe or to make a comment! icon_smile.gif
    Sat Sep 08, 2012 11:56 am
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    Here's one I make...and need to make again! I'm out!

    Unknownchef86's Dehydrated Sliced Potatoes (Dried)

    And I use the above to make Unknownchef86's Dehydrated Potatoes Au Gratin

    And while Canned Dried Beans (Kidney, Pinto, Navy, Etc.) isn't a dehydrated's used for prepping for long-term storage also...and uses dried beans! icon_biggrin.gif
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