Imagine having to prepare and cook meals for your family from scratch, outdoors, and without electricity. Is it hard to imagine? What if you added the stress of natural disaster to the scenario? Would you have the knowledge, skills, and equipment to make meals without the modern conveniences you now enjoy? Long term storage foods range from the most basic items like wheat and beans (which take more time and energy to prepare) to just-add-water freeze dried meals. Likewise, emergency cooking can be as basic as boiling water over an open fire to rehydrate a freeze-dried meal or as involved as hand-grinding wheat for baking bread in a Dutch oven. How you cook during an emergency will be limited to the types of foods you have stored, your knowledge and skills, and your equipment. But don’t worry. We have articles that cover a range of emergency cooking topics. For now, here are some basics:
A cookbook would be fabulous! Why not? We’d all buy it!!!
Do you have a cookbook on how to cook with dehydrated foods?
Another,and better option is for Emergency Essentials to develop a Emergency cooking cookbook that does not have oven use.Afterall they do sell Emergency food and supplies,why not the cook book.
Sounds interesting! I’ll look into it!
I WANT IT