Used the last of 2015 expired bread machine yeast. Worked fine. Used 1-1/2 teaspoons per loaf.
When I was a kid they sold blocks of refrigerated yeast in the dairy dept. You broke off a hunk and dissolved it in warm water to bake with. Some old timers would eat it for B vitamins. Live baking...
It's the time to make goodies you usually do only once a year. Making candy and baking is a tradition at our house. It's always nice to add something new to the old standbys. Please post your favorites! I will start off with one that is delicious and simple
3 minute Cranberry and Pistachio...
And so it begins again, +95% of the seeds are sorted into their correct shoe boxes, a planting plan is in Excel, dreams of Spring grow stronger, even though the main garden looks like this:
The homemade rack has been upgraded to include heat mats
It's made of PVC pipe and fittings. Once we...
( for most recipes, divide in zip lock bags and label, or if wild-game get creative with wild editable plants)
*Simple Camp supper!
cook 3-4 bacon strips
1 any kind of sausage or game
Add 1 1/2 Tablespoon flour to grease
Mix in 2 cans of sauerkraut in coffee can
Add 2 cubed potatoes or canned...
I am new to wilderness cooking, and had an idea to make a thread on easy things that you could make with the basics such as self-rising corn flour, baking soda/powder etc. so if anybody has any good ideas, let me know.
If you have to bug out or you are just out for a hike nothing raises the spirits more than baked goods.
But how to do it with just a little stove?
I came across this little video demo on what you need to do.
Since joining this forum I've run across some incredibly talented ladies, and I'm sure there are many more of you that I have not had the pleasure of meeting up with yet. So to that end I thought I'd post a "Talented Ladies" thread where we could share the things we enjoy creating. As someone...