“当您手头供应脱水餐时 - 用于冒险，工作和旅行 - 您可以自动为紧急情况做好准备。”
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金宝博188冒险的食谱started out as a food drying guide for backpackers who, like myself, wanted to eat healthy, homemade meals on the trail. Light-weight, well-preserved, and easy-to-cook, dehydrated meals turned out to be great for work and travel, too.
When I wrote about thermos meals in my newsletters, people responded with notes like these:
“Just did this when skiing earlier this week.”
“Great for school lunches.”
“I’m making these meals for my truck-driving husband.”
“It’s nice not to have to dig everything out for a quick lunch en route.”
And, there were notes like this one:
“We use your recipes to dry meals for our emergency survival kit.”
Recently, friends in Florida and the Carolinas had to evacuate their homes due to hurricanes. In California, my sister evacuated because of a forest fire. Usually, we hunker down during storms. I’m reminded of the Great Blizzard of ‘93. My family got snowed in for a week, without electricity.
Preparing for emergencies was the impetus for this行动指南. It’s a step-by-step plan to assemble thirty-one meals, using recipes and drying techniques from金宝博188冒险的食谱.
The行动指南starts with a shopping list of ingredients, as well as a discussion of substitutions you might consider. Dehydration instructions are presented in logical order, followed by directions for meal assembly and storage. And the final step… bon appétit!
Thank you for your trust. It is an honor to help you with your preparations.
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This行动指南从配方和干燥技术金宝博188s found in金宝博188冒险的食谱. It’s a sampler of the original, with a focus on action. With action, comes experience; you’ll soon be dehydrating like a pro, and will confidently expand your menu with more recipes.
Photo: Curry Shrimp & Rice
New in this行动指南, are instructions for rehydrating meals in thermos food jars. The main difference is that you increase the water by a quarter-cup, compared to cooking meals in pots. Extra water is needed, because you eat thermos meals several hours after the boiled water is added, and the food has more time to absorb water. The large portions featured are ideal to fill 24-ounce thermos food jars.
Also new, is a metric-friendly option to measure ingredients with a digital scale. Quantities are given in both grams and cups. The choice is yours; use a digital scale or measuring cups to assemble the meals. Likewise, liquid measurements are given in cups and milliliters.
In the recipe assembly card above, note that quantities are given in both cups and grams, so you can choose your method of measuring.
Ramen Noodles or Linguine
Broth/Soup Stock (Chicken, Beef, Vegetable)
SHOPPING LIST 12
DEHYDRATE THE FOOD 14
Ground Meat Preparation
BEANS & BAKED BEAN BARK 32
Baked Bean Bark
4. Tuna Mac & Cheese
5. Tuna Mac & Cheese
6. Ham & Cheese Macaroni
7. Pasta & Cheesy Tomato Sauce
8. Taco Mac & Cheese
9. Mexican Beef & Rice
10. Curry Chicken & Rice
11. Curry Shrimp & Rice
13. Spinach & Bean Raminara
14. Spinach & Bean Marinara
16. Crab Marinara
18. Bean Bark Stew with Turkey
22. Potatoes & Chicken with Veggies
23. Potatoes & Turkey with Veggies
25. Chicken & Rice Cacciatore
27. Ham & Veggies with Rice or Quinoa (shown with quinoa)
31. Chicken, Beans & Veggies with Rice or Quinoa
VACUUM SEAL THE MEALS 52