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4 Responses to “Great Idea For Cooking Beans Now or During an Emergency”

  1. Vlad says:

       She is one smart lady.  I have seldom seen so many good ideas in one video.
         If I may suggest,  when there is no electric power or propane dig a dakota fire pit to cook on. If you have not eaten in a day or two,  and have only dried beans and grains;   grind the beans, corn, rice etc in your Corona corn  mill  and make pancakes.
        One cup whole corn meal has 8.11 grams protein.
        One cup dried pinto beans has 28 grams protein.
        One cup corn meal and one cup pinto bean meal has 36 grams protein.
        I never bake cornbread. I make corn and bean pancakes for a quick satisfying meal.
        http://patriotfood.com/Dakota_Fire_Pit.html
    You may buy a corn mill for $30 or so here.
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  2. Jeanette says:

    This looks like a real time saver during normal times.  If you came to a time of fuel shortages I would think that you would need to change your strategy somewhat.  I'm guessing that she keeps these foods  in a fridge since she cooks them for the following week's meals.  If she had no electricity to keep the fridge going her idea would still work for feeding more than one family in a day.  Maybe she plans to share fuel and cooking arrangements with her neighbors if there is a fuel shortage. 

  3. Carolyn says:

    I’m not really sure she has thought that far ahead but for those of us who are trying to think through all scenarios your ideas are perfect! Remember our Motto: Nothing in life is to be feared, it is only to be understood. Now is the time to understand more so we may fear less” Madame Curie

  4. Carol Ann Shepherd says:

    I thought this was a tremendous idea. I was fascinated how she blended the cooked beans right in the Mason jar with the one-blade blender. I used one of those years ago and wore it out. I wondered if anyone knew what brand this was. It seemed more durable. She could separate hers in two pieces and charge one end. . I watched 3 of her other videos on the website to get additional ideas.
    Great video. Thanks, Carolyn!

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