Monthly Archives: June 2009

  • Product Review - Yoder's Canned Bacon

    |12 COMMENT(S)

    This week's featured product is Yoder's Canned Bacon. Have delicious bacon with these easy-to-store cans. We've taste tested it and loved it! Yoder's Canned Bacon will make a great addition to your food storage.

    • Heat pasteurized in a sealed can
    • 100% USDA Bacon, Packed in the U.S.
    • No refrigeration before opening
    • 2-year manufacturer shelf life guarantee. Up to a 10-year shelf life
    • Compact and lightweight (only 4.5" high by 3" wide and weighs only 9 oz)
    • Approximately 50 slices per can
    • Great for emergency storage and camping or backpacking

    FS-B050 Yoders Bacon


    Recent Customer Reviews:

    Best bacon ever!!! "I ordered a case of this bacon for emergencies. HOWEVER, I was too curious so I made the mistake of opening a can. This bacon is so wonderful for ANYTHING!! But we especially love throwing it in the microwave and making BLT sandwiches. So much for emergencies! So I'm ordering more!!! I never want to run out."

    AWESOME! ...I bought one can to try it... SURELY they could not put a quality product of approximately 50 pieces of bacon in a can the size of a can of soup! Opened the can to try it and had to call my husband into the room to show him as well. We were shocked at the packaging! We immediately warmed some up in the microwave and had a bacon sandwich for breakfast. YUM! Will definitely order more. For some who have an active food storage program, do not let the price scare you. It is well worth it when you think that you can have fresh bacon and do not have to refrigerate or freeze it. We may not always be guaranteed of having electricity BUT we can rest assured if we only have a can opener!
    Patricia, NORTH CAROLINA

    Let everyone know what you think about Yoder's Bacon. Just click below on COMMENTS to leave a comment, idea, question, etc. about this product.

    Scrambled eggs and bacon

    Posted In: Uncategorized Tagged With: taste test, canned meats, bacon, Customer Reviews, food storage

  • Sour Cream Powder Tips

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    ... Bread machine recipes often call for powdered milk, so I substitute sour cream powder. This is because it adds a nice tang to the dough and the acidity helps the yeast to function. I have tried some other brands of sour cream powder, but none can hold a candle to this one... Provident Pantry Sour Cream Powder had a nice, tart taste that sour cream ought to have. And, because it is more sour, my doughs rise like crazy!! My breads and pizzas have never been this good. (And they were pretty good.) You can also mix it into sauces or reconstitute it...

    Sara, New York

    Sour Cream Powder is available in #10 (pictured) and MyChoice cans. Sour Cream Powder is available in #10 (pictured) and MyChoice cans.

    Posted In: Uncategorized Tagged With: Customer Reviews, Food Storage Tips, food storage

  • Food Storage Sweeteners

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    Sweeteners like sugar and honey are food storage necessities for several reasons. As carbohydrates they provide fuel for the body. Simple carbohydrates like sweeteners provide quick, but short lived bouts of energy. They also enhance flavor, texture and color in any baked good. Sugar assists yeast in adding volume to breads, counter balances acid in tomatoes and is even used as a food preservative.

    White Sugar

    Honey is a great food storage basic. Unlike many food storage items, honey does not need to be dried in any way. There is no need for an oxygen absorber in a #10 can or a bucket of honey because it stores well due to its nature. With only a few ingredients, including honey, you can have a delicious whole wheat bread. Here is one of our favorite wheat bread recipes using honey as the sweetener.

    Honey Whole Wheat Bread

    6 C warm water
    3 T Yeast
    2 C Whole Wheat Flour
    Mix, let rise 15 minutes

    2/3 C Honey
    2/3 C Vegetable Oil
    3 T Dough Enhancer
    1 1.2 T Salt
    12-14 C Flour Whole Wheat (add more if dough is too sticky)

    Knead until dough can be stretched and not break easy.
    Let rise in a bowl for 20 minutes. Divide into 6 sections and mold into loaves. Bake at 350 degrees until lightly browned, about 45 minutes. Enjoy!

    Honey is an excellent natural sweetener.

    Posted In: Uncategorized Tagged With: bread, sweetener, sugar, honey, recipes

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