Tuesday, November 22, 2016
Tuesday, October 18, 2016
**If you are looking for the 2016 Discounted Group Food Storage Order, click here.
HOW TO MAKE BREAD with INSTANT YEAST
One of the most popular links on this blog is a product review and post about how to make
While I admit that was my original go to recipe for any bread when I first started out, I rarely go that route these days. My favorite sandwich bread recipe for the past several years has definitely been this Honey Whole Wheat Recipe.
(You can view all of my recipes - for bread or anything else - by clicking on the recipe tab at the top of this page).
It has been a long time favorite at our house, as well as one of my 4 essential recipes for the food storage beginner.
And because one of the most common fears I hear from people is "making bread seems so intimidating! I don't know where to start, or how to do it!", I figured it was well over time to do a tutorial on how to make bread. I will be demonstrating with the honey whole wheat recipe above, but if you have a great family recipe that you love, but have always been scared of making your own at home, this post is still for you! There are some tried and true tricks to bread making that you can take away from this post and adapt it to any recipe that you make.
Tuesday, October 11, 2016
It's that time of year again! Take advantage of some of the best food storage deals of the year by participating in our discounted group food storage order.
How does it work?
Companies will often times have large food storage packages available at amazing prices. The incentive is for people to purchase everything at once, and save a bundle of money. The down side is that most people don't have the means necessary to purchase everything they want all at once. That's where the group deal comes in.
I organize a group of interested people, and we all take advantage of these deals by purchasing together. This way,everyone gets the sale prices without having to buy more or spend more than what they need.
(For example, if you were to buy 1 can of freeze dried turkey dices, they run for about $75! However, If you are willing to purchase this item in a package, each can is available for $36. That's over 50% off!)