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Monthly Archives: August 2009

  • Strawberry Bread

    Do you like banana or zucchini bread? Do you like strawberries? If so, you'll love this recipe. You can make it with or without nuts. We substituted walnuts for the pecans and butter powder for the oil.

    To use butter or margarine powder in place of the oil, add 1 cup powder to the dry ingredients and 1/2 cup warm water to the wet ingredients. You can add 1-2 teaspoons of oil for added flavor if desired. For the eggs, use 8 Tbsp. of whole egg powder and 12 Tbsp. water - this is the equivalent of 4 large eggs.

    Some of the ingredients

    Ready for Baking

    Just out of the oven



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  • Gamma Seal Lids - Customer Tip

    "We use these lids (Gamma Seal Lids) to pack a bucket with a set of dry clothes/towels etc for everyone in the family when canoeing or trailer camping. Our bucket has gone into the drink (water) multiple times, and never sprung a leak. Outstanding product. I'm getting more for food storage!"
    Karla, KANSAS

  • Mobile Washer (Hand Operated Washing Machine)

    We would like to introduce the new Mobile Washer (Hand Operated Washing Machine). This is a very affordable item to include with your emergency and outdoor supplies. It is very easy to use and gets amazing results!

    The Mobile Washer uses a technique of pushing and pulling the water through your clothes, without excess friction (which also reduces the wear on your clothes). This washer uses minimal water and because of the agitation motion, less soap. Use in a bucket (5-gallon suggested), sink or tub. It's also able to rinse your clothes using fresh water.

    Mobile Washer Parts

    Place the Agitator into the Large Cone

    Place the Small Cone on top and screw in the Handle


    Assembly Finished

    The picture above shows the unique bottom section of the Mobile Washer with the Agitator section. This section allows the water to be pushed and pulled through the clothes with an agitating motion. This is known as the 'direct vacuum effect'.

    That is one dirty shirt!

    Fill a bucket, sink or bathtub with sufficient water to wash the clothes and add soap according to how dirty the clothing is.

    Adding some laundry detergent to bucket of water

    Adding dirty shirt to water

    The Mobile Washer is operated by an up and down movement. After a few moments of doing this you will feel a 'sucking' action as water is being pushed and pulled through the clothing (the direct vacuum effect).

    Washing the shirt



    Ringing out soapy water after washing
    Now repeat the up and down movement with the clothing in clean rinse water. Use the same amount of water in order to achieve the necessary vacuum action.

    Rinsing shirt in clean rinse water

    Squeeze out as much excess water as possible and repeat the rinsing process if necessary. Hang and allow time to dry.

    Finished - Looks great!

    Click above to watch the video

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