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Hi Adriaan — I have been collecting recipes for a couple years and have created a google doc of recipes using shelf stable foods.  I haven’t tried them all — but am slowly cooking the recipes to test them.  Here’s what the beginning of the doc looks like. “Tuna Noodle Casserole: Cook 8 oz of egg noodles according to the package. Add a can of drained tuna, a can of creamed soup (mushroom, chicken or celery) and a can of drained peas or green beans. Heat through and top with crushed cornflakes or chinese noodles or panko or crushed ritz crackers. White Beans with Vegetables: Cook some garlic in olive oil for about 30 seconds. Add 4 c. of vegetable broth, a can of drained and rinsed white beans. Spice it up with whatever you like, some red pepper flakes are good and perhaps 1 t. of italian herbs. Bring to a boil and add ½ c. of some small pasta. When the pasta is tender, add a can of vegetables. Tortellini Soup with Chicken and Greens: Cook dried cheese tortellini in chicken broth. When tender, add a can of canned chicken and a can of drained greens, such as kale or spinach.” If this seems of interest to you, please advise if there’s an easy/safe way to share the recipes — the doc is currently 17 pages long in its rough format so it’s too long to cut and paste into this Forum thread. I love the idea by Barb Lee: “Maybe we should all get together and contribute recipes and techniques for a Great The Prepared Survival Cookbook.” I volunteer to help organize this document if others are interested.  I recall Stephanie posted some recipes in the past???  (I remember making a pear cobbler that was delicious from her recipe.)


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Hi Adriaan — I have been collecting recipes for a couple years and have created a google doc of recipes using shelf stable foods.  I haven’t tried them all — but am slowly cooking the recipes to test them.  Here’s what the beginning of the doc looks like. “Tuna Noodle Casserole: Cook 8 oz of egg noodles according to the package. Add a can of drained tuna, a can of creamed soup (mushroom, chicken or celery) and a can of drained peas or green beans. Heat through and top with crushed cornflakes or chinese noodles or panko or crushed ritz crackers. White Beans with Vegetables: Cook some garlic in olive oil for about 30 seconds. Add 4 c. of vegetable broth, a can of drained and rinsed white beans. Spice it up with whatever you like, some red pepper flakes are good and perhaps 1 t. of italian herbs. Bring to a boil and add ½ c. of some small pasta. When the pasta is tender, add a can of vegetables. Tortellini Soup with Chicken and Greens: Cook dried cheese tortellini in chicken broth. When tender, add a can of canned chicken and a can of drained greens, such as kale or spinach.” If this seems of interest to you, please advise if there’s an easy/safe way to share the recipes — the doc is currently 17 pages long in its rough format so it’s too long to cut and paste into this Forum thread. I love the idea by Barb Lee: “Maybe we should all get together and contribute recipes and techniques for a Great The Prepared Survival Cookbook.” I volunteer to help organize this document if others are interested.  I recall Stephanie posted some recipes in the past???  (I remember making a pear cobbler that was delicious from her recipe.)


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