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    Emergency Bread Guide

    DennisPP
    Fri Feb 11, 2005 5:01 pm
    Newbie "Fry Cook" Poster
    The Prepared Pantry has a new downloadable baking manual available and I thought I would share it with this group.

    It is called an Emergency and Outdoor Bread Manual.

    Go to: *********************

    Here is their own description, I highly reccomend it!


    What would you do if the power went out? Could you feed your family? Could you save the food in your refrigerator and freezer?

    Whether you’re an outdoors person who would like to bake bread in the woods, would like to bake bread on your grill, or just want to be prepared don’t be without this manual.

    You’ll get—complete with recipes and techniques . . .

    • Emergency Bread
    • Making Bread Outdoors
    • Baking Bread in a Dutch Oven
    - Yeast Breads
    - Biscuits

    • Baking Bread on the Grill
    • Steamed Bread at Home or Camping
    • Fried Bread
    - Flatbread
    - Sopaipillas
    - Pancakes: Not Just for Breakfast

    • Food Safety: Living without Refrigeration
    • What to Do When the Power Goes Out
    • Campfire Cooking Tips

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