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Food Storage Recipes

Food Storage Recipes

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Ok, so you have got huge bins of wheat,oats and rice. Several hundreds of cans of corn,peas and beans. Millions of bags of lentils,split green peas, and dried beans, and containers and containers of TVP (textured vegetable protein), dried milk,dried fruits and veggies, you get the gist of it...



So now what? What the heck are you going to do with all that stuff? Dig in with a fork and a spoon? Nooo.. here is a few recipes on how to use your food storage.

www.getpreparedworld.com

For More GREAT recipes and Ideas
head on over to
WWW.GetpreparedWorld.COM



Ok, so you have got huge bins of wheat,oats and rice. Several hundreds of cans of corn,peas and beans. Millions of bags of lentils,split green peas, and dried beans, and containers and containers of TVP (textured vegetable protein), dried milk,dried fruits and veggies, you get the gist of it...



So now what? What the heck are you going to do with all that stuff? Dig in with a fork and a spoon? Nooo.. here is a few recipes on how to use your food storage.

www.getpreparedworld.com

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Ingredients:
* 2 Cups shredded raw carrots
* 2 Cups ground yellow cornmeal
* 1 and 1/2 Cups milk (I have made this with powdered, reconstituted milk, too)
* 1 Cup honey
* 4 eggs slightly beaten
* 2 Cups white, OR 1 and 3/4 Cups whole wheat flour
* 1/4 Cup vegetable oil
* 2 Tablespoons Baking Powder
* 2 teaspoons or less of salt
Instructions: Preheat oven to 400 degrees F. Grease a 10" X 13" baking pan. (You
could use two, 8" square pans or two muffin pans.) Combine shredded carrots and
cornmeal in a large bowl. Heat milk in a saucepan to boiling and immediately add to
carrot and cornmeal mixture. Cool to almost room temperature. Add honey, eggs, oil.

In a separate bowl, mix together white or wheat flour, baking powder and salt. Then
dump it all into the carrot mixture. Pour into baking pan(s) or muffin tins. If doing
muffins, fill each cup 3/4 full. They rise nicely. Bake in 400 degree oven 20 min for
muffins, 35-45 min. for cake pans. You want them nicely golden brown and springy to
the touch in the center. The oven rack should be in the center, not on the top level or
you may burn the tops of the muffins or bread. Honey in the recipe will make it brown
easily, so you don't want to overdo the browning too long. A telephone call diverting
your attention at the finish time could give you a DARK brown-- but no less delicious--
finish.
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