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Couscous Stuffed Tomatoes

Couscous Stuffed Tomatoes

Stuffed tomatoes are a great way to way the most of your summer bounty. This Mediterranean-inspired dish is delicious and a great recipe to add some zing in your couscous recipes.  If you prefer, you can substitute quinoa instead of couscous for added nutrition. These...
Maximizing Your Food Pantry: 16 Healthy Ways To Use Dried Oats

Maximizing Your Food Pantry: 16 Healthy Ways To Use Dried Oats

Oats are a popular pantry staple, and for good reason: They are affordable, easy to store, and versatile. Packed with protein, fiber, omega-3 fatty acids, thiamine, iron, and beta-glucan (which may help regulate blood sugar), oats are a true nutritional powerhouse....
Wheat Meat, It’s What’s For Dinner

Wheat Meat, It’s What’s For Dinner

We all must prepare for the likelihood of running out of our regular protein sources in an extended emergency. From a dietary standpoint, exploring high protein meat alternatives to incorporate in your emergency preps would be a proactive step in maintaining...
Move Over Rice,There’s a New Grain in Town

Move Over Rice,There’s a New Grain in Town

Don’t fill all of your storage containers with rice just yet – there’s a new grain in town. Quinoa (pronounced keen’-wah) is a high-protein grain that the Incas held sacred, calling it the “mother of all grains.”  This ancient grain has had a recent resurgence in...
Homemade Amish Egg Noodles

Homemade Amish Egg Noodles

In my never ending quest towards self reliance, I purchased a cookbook, The Best of Amish Cooking  by Phyllis Pellman Good while I was visiting an Amish town in Pennsylvania.  This book has been, by far one of the best purchases I have ever made.  Everything in this...
Sweet Wheat Berry Cranberry Salad

Sweet Wheat Berry Cranberry Salad

Wheat berries are a pantry must-have and are extremely versatile when it comes to using them in recipes. Although they can be ground to make delicious wheat bread, they can also be added to soups and hearty dishes as well as made into a delicious warm cereal. Wheat...
Rice and Beans Aren’t So Boring After All

Rice and Beans Aren’t So Boring After All

Rice and beans are the epitome of prepping staples; and in many countries, this power duo are equivalent to “our daily bread.” Every prepper from East to West have different varieties of these foods safely stored for a rainy day. THE PERFECT MATCH These...
Pantry Cooking: Italian Rice Balls

Pantry Cooking: Italian Rice Balls

Finding creative ways to use our pantry staples will help us learn how to use our food reserves to the best of their ability, as well as prevent food fatigue in longer term emergencies. White rice is a must have for our pantries. Not only is it extremely versatile,...
Golden Quinoa Fritters

Golden Quinoa Fritters

Quinoa is my favorite grain these days and I’ve been experimenting with different recipes to explore this grain further. To learn about all the healthy benefits of this grain, click here. These fritters can be eaten with a spicy aioli dipping sauce, used as a...
Man Cannot Live On Bread Alone, Or Can He?

Man Cannot Live On Bread Alone, Or Can He?

The idea of a bread that satisfies all the body’s nutritional requirements is fascinating to me. Ezekial bread is the first survival bread recipe to be documented and is backed up by the word of God! The recipe is in the Book of Ezekiel (4:9), and was given to...
One of the Most Undervalued Storable Survival Foods

One of the Most Undervalued Storable Survival Foods

Preparedness is more than a method of planning, it is a lifestyle. Long-term survival strategies are most effective when they are incorporated into one’s daily life. Anybody who seeks to be prepared for the future should be prepared to live out their plans in...
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