Money Saving Tips…Preparedness Tip # 8…Listen to Ready or Not

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#6  Place a glow stick next to each bed.

# 7:  Listen to READY OR NOT. If you can’t listen tonight the show will be available for download at the same link as the live show. Hope to hear from you tonight!–carolyn-nicolaysen

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best forex scalping ea reviews Back issues: Totally Ready Newsletters July 2009- June 2010

September Newsletter:

Let’s Play…a look at things to do during a power outage to keep sane.

Food Safety…keeping foods safe during a power outage.

Frozen Food During a Power Outage, when to save and when to throw away.

Dutch Oven Cooking…How to Control the Temperature

Haybox Cooking…one more way to cook when the grid goes down.

Recipes: This month all the recipes are from 1850. They are fun and easy to make and perfect during power emergencies, after all our great grandparents didn’t have electricity!

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2 Responses to “Money Saving Tips…Preparedness Tip # 8…Listen to Ready or Not”

  1. Josh says:

    I have been looking into making my own bread for some time now. You are convincing me to go ahead and do this myself.

    What is the recipe for the bread in the picture?

  2. admin says:

    Here it is. There are more varieties in the May 2010 newsletter.
    Easiest Ever Bread
    3 cups flour
    1/4 tsp. instant yeast
    1 1/4 tsp. salt
    1 5/8 cups water

    1. Using a spoon mix together all ingredients in bowl.
    2. Cover and let sit for 18 hours.
    3. Drop dough onto a floured surface. Let sit for 15 minutes.
    4. Mold into a round loaf. Do not knead or squeeze. You want those bubbles left in there. Drop on floured surface. Put towel over it and let sit for 2 hours.
    5. Heat covered oven proof dish or Dutch oven in 450 degree oven. Take pan out.
    6. Place dough into hot pan. Again, do not knead or squeeze, just plop it in.
    7. Bake for 30 minutes with lid. Bake without lid for 15 minutes.

    The bread comes out with a wonderful crunchy crust…yum. Great with that canned butter!
    This can also be made with 2 cups of white flour and one cup of wheat. Substituting any more wheat than that will not produce an acceptable result. This is a great recipe for a beginner who is caught off guard and forced to learn quickly.

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