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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 »


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With my last eFoods order, along with several other things I bought several types of freeze dried fruits. I got strawberries, raspberries, and (my favorite) blueberries. I had heard they are good to snack on as well as to add to baked goods. I have decided that taking them along in a snack bag is… Read more »


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Within the last few years, there seems to be a buzz around a new health food in clean eating, and health fanatic circles.  So, it begs a few questions: What on earth is quinoa?  Is it good for you?    What do you do with it?  Is it hard to use?  Is it a good food… Read more »


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Canning is a method where heat is applied to food to stop the natural process of spoilage. Generally, there are two methods to do this    Water-bath canning    Pressure canning. Why Do We Can? Canning builds self reliance and produces high quality flavorful food that can save you money. It’s a great way to… Read more »


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“Clean eating” is the latest craze in health conscious circles. The phrase might be new, but the principles aren’t, as it stresses eating unprocessed whole foods. The principles are similar to the recommendations made by public health organizations. This approach to eating is a lifestyle as opposed to a diet and will optimize your health… Read more »


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Freezing cooking is a great tool to have in your home arsenal. Cooking meals ahead has many benefits. For one, it is economical and will save your money. Being able to pull a meal out of the freezer when you are rushed removes the need or the temptation to grab something out. Using freezer cooking,… Read more »


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Amish recipes are a must for any prepper. While tourists may think them quaint, the Amish will have the last laugh. They are one of the best prepared communities out there, in terms of adaptability of resources. Thrifty by nature, and not afraid of hard work, there is a lot to learn about prepping from… Read more »


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While the EFoodsDirect soup selections are wonderful meals in themselves, they are also very versatile and can be used for many different recipes using soup. A little extra time and preparation can turn a quick soup into a variety of warm and welcoming meals. A small addition here or there can make a new dish… Read more »


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An online friend told me about her recent experience purchasing food storage from one of Efood’s competitors. It turns out the product was set to expire not long after she received it. Lucky for her she caught the problem the day the product arrived, and didn’t put the food away for a couple of decades…. Read more »


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I have always been happy with pretty much any storable food I’ve ever tried -except for powdered eggs. The nicest thing I could say about the typical powdered egg product was that it was tolerable -as long as I smothered it in ketchup and Tabasco sauce to disguise the flavor and hide the texture. The… Read more »