Have a low to med. heat going. You can do this on a stove, camp stove, grill or camp style fire.
We put a grill work down over a fire. Ours is the back of an old refrig.
Put the ground suet in your pot, we did half at a time so it would melt faster.
The meat scraps will go to the bottom of the pot.
When melted well drain though fine cheese cloth or a pillow case into another pot.
Clean the pot you melted the suet in pot and put the melted suet in the pot and put it back on the heat. Heat again and then strain again in a clean cloth or fine cheese cloth. Put aside or into conatiners or jars.
Do the same with your other half of suet.
Put in frig. to harden, it will turn white and solid and then stick this in your freezer. You now have tallow.
It can stay in the frig. if you are making soap or candles in the next couple of weeks.
This is for two (2) people so buy according to your family’s size.
Fire Extinguisher: at least 1
Deodorant: 2 of women’s and 2 of men’s, depending on who is in the household
Shaving cream: also 2 of women’s and 2 of men’s, depending on who is in the household
Razors: a package of women’s and men’s
Baking Chocolate or chips, a variety of dark and milk chocolate: 4 to 6 packs or bags
Soups: 8 cans
Evaporated milk: 8 cans
Western French dressing
½ cup vinegar
¼ cup sugar
2 tablespoons paprika
2 tablespoons onion powder or salt
1-teaspoon garlic salt or powder
¼ teaspoon salt
Blend all ingredients in an electric blender or mixer. A hand crank one will also work.
Foods to serve 25 people:
Ham baked - 8 pounds
Roast beef – 10 pounds
Roast pork – 10 pounds
Meat Loaf – 10 pounds
Swiss steak – 10 pounds
Ice cream bulk – 1 gallon
Lettuce med heads in salad cups – 3 heads
Peas – fresh 18 pounds or 4 cans
Whipping cream – 1 pint
Rolls – up to 50
Jelly – 1-½ pints
Butter cut in squares – 1 pound
Salad dressing – 1 pint
Pickles – 1-½ pints
Carrots – 3 cans
Green beans fresh – 5 pounds
We are told: If ye are prepared ye shall not fear.
This can go spiritually as well as temporally. It doesn’t matter whether in food storage or preparing for winter or planning the summer’s garden, a test in school or making dinner for a regular meal or a party.
Are we prepared for problems and challenges in life through prayer and reliance on our Heavenly Father and lessons we may be taught during those times?