Thursday, September 22, 2011

27th week food storage & recipes

Sorry we were out of town.

New 51 Week Storage Ideas Week Twenty Seventy

This is for two (2) people so buy according to your family’s size.

Non-Food list:

Cleanser 4 containers
Pine sol or Lysol cleaner 2 bottles
Bug spray killer 2 cans

Food list:

Brown sugar 25 pounds
Raisins 1 or 2 large boxes, even if these dry out they are still good. Can put in hot cereals or soak in a bit of water for eating.
Evaporated milk 6 cans


Hamburger Buns

Small batch

1 & ¼ c. water warm
2 packages or 2 tablespoons yeast
1 c. milk
½ tsp. salt
3 tab. packed brown sugar
½ c. oil or melted cooled shortening
1 egg
6 to 7 c. flour
½ stick of butter or margarine to melt and brush on done buns
Combine warm water and yeast add sugar. Let rest 5 minutes then add salt, oil, milk and egg. Stir in flour and knead. Put in an oiled bowl and turn to oil all sides. Let rest until double in size. Punch down, let rise another 30 minutes. Punch down and roll ½ inch thick, cut with jar lid as u would to do cookies. Put on greased sheet let rest 10 to 15 minutes bake in 400 deg oven 18 to 20 minutes till nice golden brown. Take out and brush with butter

Apple Muffins

Around 20 muffins
2 eggs
½ cups oil
1 c. sugar
Mix then add
¼ teasp. salt
5 cups flour
1 tab. baking soda
2 c. milk
4 med. Diced apples
Fill greased or papered with cup cake cups muffin tins 2/3 full. Bake 375 deg. 20 minutes


The Household of Faith, Bishop J. Richard Clarke, Nov. 1980

Brothers and sisters, we do not know by what means or when a crisis will occur in our family.
Residents of Michigan did not need a nationwide, full-scale depression to tax their economic resources and cause many to lose their jobs. If I have a crippling disability for a prolonged period, my income stops just as surely as if it were caused by a national catastrophe.
We tend to view distasteful circumstances in a rather detached way; but, as one of the American presidential candidates recently said, “If my neighbor loses his job, it is a recession; but if I lose my job, that’s a depression.”
There are some who feel that they are secure as long as they have funds to purchase food. Money is not food. If there is no food in the stores or in the warehouses, you cannot sustain life with money. Both President Romney and President Clark have warned us that we will yet live on what we produce.
I would like to make one point very clear. The welfare services program of the Church is essentially you and I being self-sufficient within our own families. The Church storehouse system is a backup system for the small number of members who are poor or physically handicapped, or for emergencies or disasters.

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