There’s so much you can do with eFoodsDirect products! Submit your recipes and if yours is chosen, we’ll send you a complimentary 2-week responder. See our Recipe page for all the details. Today’s recipe compliments of Peter B. from Missouri. Egg Drop Soup 4 c water (pull from this water for the first prep steps)… Read more »
Today’s recipe compliments of Cherrie S. from Utah. Chocolate Chip Cookies 1 egg 1 tsp vanilla 1/2 c. brown sugar 1/2 c. sugar 1/4 c butter 1/4 tsp salt 1/2 c. nuts 1/2 c. chocolate chips 1 1/2 c. eFoodsDirect Pancake Mix Combine all ingredients in a mixing bowl and mix well. Place on a… Read more »
There’s so much you can do with eFoodsDirect products! We’re starting a new recipe collection and invite you to be a part of it! Submit your recipes and if yours is chosen, we’ll send you a complimentary 2-week responder. See our Recipe page for all the details. Today’s recipe compliments of Cherrie S. from Utah…. Read more »
This post is a continuation from What’s the Big Deal about Genetically Modified Foods? How much do you know about the history of genetically modified foods? Several individuals in the industry are speaking out about what we don’t know about GMOs. The first commercially grown genetically modified crops appeared during the 1990s. Monsanto, Syngenta, DuPont,… Read more »
Those of us who are storing food have a unique challenge–we need to rotate our food storage supply. This is especially true of items that have a shorter shelf-life. One of the ways that we rotate our food storage is by altering the foods to make them more interesting.
When you’re dealing with a restricted diet, accumulating food storage becomes kind of tricky. My husband and I avoid most processed foods, as many additives make him very sick. Other people avoid gluten, dairy, soy, genetically modified foods, coloring, etc. It’s all the same challenge: Companies want their food to taste good while they also want to… Read more »
Last week I posted about the supplies you need to get started sprouting. Today we’ll talk about what you actually need to do to grow your first sprouts!
Are you ready to try sprouting? You’ll need to gather a few things before we get started, but you may already have some of the supplies you need.
Different seeds will grow different things, but all of them should work for sprouting, right? Not necessarily.
If you read much about emergency preparation, sooner or later you’ll come across suggestions that you incorporate sprouting into your preparations (or your lifestyle!).