By Barbara Salasbury
How to Use Dehydrated Foods & TVP (Textured Vegetable Protein)
Contains 15 chapters of actual recipes, characteristics and advantages of using dehydrated foods effectively, and a year long food storeage program complete with planning charts and inventory guide lines. A complete guide to food storage.
Just Add Water has long been recognized as an excellent source for delicious, easily prepared recipes that use dehydrated foods. Its long-term popularity continues because it utilizes food and recipes that families really like to eat, and because it adapts dehydrated food components into familiar and well-liked basic family meals. It's brief and concise, but it tells homemakers the essential information they need. This book explains the characteristics and advantages of dehydrated foods, focusing on their economy, lower weight, easier storage and longer shelf life; tells how to plan a yearlong food storage program, complete with detailed planning charts and inventory guidelines; and gives suggestions for using dehydrated foods effectively, with lots of general and specific hints of real value. And then come the recipes - fifteen chapters of them, telling how to prepare fruits, vegetables, meal substitutes, and main dishes. They cover multipurpose foods, salads, and soups. Few books provide so much useable information as concisely as Just Add Water. It deserves a place on every homemaker's bookshelf and belongs in every kitchen.
About the Author:
Best-selling author Barbara Salsbury, a nationally recognized personal-preparedness expert, is one of America s leading authorities on self-reliance. For more than twenty-five years, she has been teaching self-reliance and showing people how to get more for their money. In November 2002, Family Circle Magazine named her one of the Top Five Penny-Pinchers in America. She has produced two national newsletters and three videos. In addition, she is the author of seven books, including Just Add Water, Just in Case, and Plan, not Panic. Active in church and community, Barbara serves as a personal preparedness consultant for Sandy, Utah, and has served as assistant director for San Francisco Key Cities Area Public Affairs for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. She and her husband, Larry, live in Sandy, Utah. They have two children, seven grandchildren, and two spoiled dogs.