What’s Cookin’?

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You’ve started gathering all sorts of things that are important to have in an emergency (whatever type of emergency it is: persona, natural, etc.). These things should include water, fuel, first aid kit, flashlight, food, and a lot of other things. Today, let’s talk about your food storage. Hopefully, you’ve bought some food from eFoods… Read more »

Survival Cooking: Off Grid Stoves And Food Preparedness Options

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  Survival stoves and portable camping stoves are uncomplicated outdoor cooking devices that are handy when camping and can save your life during a disaster situation. During a long-term disaster fuel for a generator, wood logs, and charcoal will ultimately be in short supply or disappear entirely. Possessing a basement full of delicious eFoodsDirect long-term… Read more »

Flapjacks, Hot Cakes, Griddle Cakes, and More!

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When I was a little girl, we had waffles almost every Saturday morning. They were hot, and crispy, and just the smell signaled to me that Mom had breakfast almost ready. They are a comfort food for me, and when there’s an emergency it’s important to have comfort food around. When I noticed eFoods Direct… Read more »

Seasoned Mashed Potatoes—To Buy or Not to Buy? That was the Question.

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I absolutely love mashed potatoes. Don’t you? Seasoned, garlic, or with just butter, it doesn’t matter to me. Mashed potatoes is a comfort food for me, and I don’t even only have it as a side dish—sometimes, it’s the main event (especially with cheese stirred in—yum). I often make them from fresh potatoes, especially if… Read more »

Celiac Awareness Month

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Bread, pasta, chips, tortillas, cookies, cakes, cereal, crackers, gravy, and oats.  What do all of these foods have in common?  The answer is that they all contain gluten.  Until the last few years, I had never even heard of gluten, and now it’s a topic in nearly every conversation.  Why? You ask.  Because people all… Read more »