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This is a discussion on Spices, sauces, etc for rice, beans and pasta question within the Food, Health and Fitness Survival forums, part of the Survivalist, Prepper, Bushcrafter, Forest Rangers category; Originally Posted by Slippy We have many pounds of Salt and Sugar put up for long term storage and plenty of Soy Sauce which lasts ...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Slippy View Post
    We have many pounds of Salt and Sugar put up for long term storage and plenty of Soy Sauce which lasts a long time. Although we have a cabinet full of retail sized powdered spices we realize that they have a shelf life but I'm betting on most still tasting good up to 5 years so we've put some in mylar with O2. I have no idea how long they will last after 5 yrs.

    Also;

    Seeds of various pepper and tomato plants
    Vinegar
    Powdered Butter in #10 cans
    Powdered Milk in #10 cans (to make poor man's cream sauce etc)
    Lots of #10 cans of dried/freeze dried fruit (to make fruit sauces if need be)

    Just to name a few things.
    WHAT???!!!! They make powdered butter???
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    Quote Originally Posted by NobleSKS View Post
    WHAT???!!!! They make powdered butter???
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    https://www.thereadystore.com/sarato...-butter-10-can

    Myself, I prefer canned butter.

    https://www.thereadystore.com/red-fe...tter-case-of-6

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    HAHA FOUND It


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    Do you love and know how to cook? Even if you don’t know how, I want to give you an excellent soup recipe.
    club.cooking/recipe/chicken-rice-soup/
    The recipe on this page is quite simple and you will be satisfied.

    Ingredients
    1 onion chopped
    3 large carrots peeled and chopped
    1 stalk celery diced
    1 tablespoon oil
    1 clove garlic diced
    ....
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    Salt, pepper, and gallons of Frank's
    "A man convinced against his will, is of the same opinion still."- The wise words of Benjamin Franklin.

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    Texas Pete sauce

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    From a Group Prepping Point of View:

    Some of us will rely heavily on rice and noodles to deliver calories and beans for protein.

    We have inventoried a lot of granulated Onion and Garlic. We also have lots of salt & pepper as well as canned tomato products including Roitel tomatoes.
    We have a little of hot sauces, oregano, sage and other normal house spices.

    Realize that we will rely on plain rice a lot for breakfast and lunch, that is mainly just plain flavored rice. Dinner will be one pot meals or soups with vegetables and perhaps canned meat occasionally, being canned hams, chicken and turkey.

    I know this does not sound romantic but it fits the needs of being inexpensive in purchase price and later in group fuel costs, all while delivering adequate calories and protein, as well as some variety. Also realize we are running a lifeboat here and not a cruise ship.
    Howerver, every third day members will dine off their "private stash" to break the monotony and pamper themselves.

    Below are the food flavors we will rely on.

    RICE

    Gumbo
    Cream of Chicken soup
    Cream of Mushroom Soup
    Beef Bullion
    Chicken Bullion
    Soy Sauce
    Worchester Sauce
    Ginger Rice
    Creamed Tuna
    Rice Pilaf
    Onion


    NOODLES

    Spaghetti
    Marinara
    Alfreda
    Cream of Chicken soup
    Cream of Mushroom Soup
    Beef Bullion
    Chicken Bullion
    Creamed Tuna

    Any other flavor suggestions?
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    Quote Originally Posted by killyousweetie View Post
    Do you love and know how to cook? Even if you don’t know how, I want to give you an excellent soup recipe.
    club.cooking/recipe/chicken-rice-soup/
    The recipe on this page is quite simple and you will be satisfied.

    Ingredients
    1 onion chopped
    3 large carrots peeled and chopped
    1 stalk celery diced
    1 tablespoon oil
    1 clove garlic diced
    ....
    The only thing that seems to be misisng from the eqauation is a dead chicken. Do a person have to click a link to find that? Thanks.

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    Quote Originally Posted by SOCOM42 View Post
    Texas Pete sauce
    Now it would take loco yankee to tout the virtues of Texas Pete. Its made by inbred pecker woods in NC. If its so good they should call it NC Peter sauce. You need to meet my old pal called Frank. Or my Chinese friend named Siracha. lol.

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    In no specific order these are some of what I use in my rice and bean dishes. Thought I’d be colorful today with pictures.
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