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Make your powdered milk taste better, store longer and work better the following tips for using powdered milk.   Powdered milk, dry milk, or instant milk is milk whose fat and water have both been removed. In dried form, milk can last for a long time, making it ideal for long term food storage and… Read more »


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  Wood and gas will ultimately become precious resources during a long-term disaster. When a regional or national disaster is billed as a short-term emergency, it is still very wise to conserve all resources just in case the official government disaster estimate proves false. Integrating thermos cooking into the family or mutual assistance group preparedness… Read more »


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This year, give yourself a break while still getting a delicious Thanksgiving meal on the table. No matter how busy you are, you can enjoy a wonderful home cooked feast. The secret is family food storage. Why Store Food Having a family food storage plan is essential in case of an emergency or unforeseen event… Read more »


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Our county and our families are in the middle of a crisis. We are being served dangerous GMO food, and most food manufacturers are working over time to keep Americans in the dark. There is no question that Genetically Modified Food is dangerous. The American Academy of Environmental Medicine (AAEM) urges physicians to educate their… Read more »


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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 »


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How can a busy mom, okay, procrastinating mom, get her family ready for back to school? By taking advantage of quick and easy food storage meals! Getting Ready for Back to School Usually, I am very prepared. Most years I start the back to school shopping as soon as the displays hit the store shelves…. Read more »


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This week, I tried the eFoods Direct Au Gratin Potatoes. I love the au gratin potatoes that my mom made when I was growing up. (She actually called them “scalloped potatoes,” but I’ve learned since then that, because of the layer of cheese on the top and how it is browned, they are actually “au… Read more »


survival stoves

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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 »


biscuits

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Hot biscuits with butter and jam or honey on them are always a delicious addition to a meal. I remember my mother making them from scratch (no, “scratch” isn’t a product – it’s what you call making something from the actual ingredients, like flour, salt, baking powder, and water), and though she was fairly fast… Read more »


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This afternoon, I made cornbread for a snack. I used the eFoods Direct Corn Bread Muffin Mix, which I’d been wanting to try for a while. The mix is very easy to use. It couldn’t be any simpler, which is ideal in an emergency situation. No need to have all the raw ingredients on hand…. Read more »