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Message Subject >>>>Sustainable Living PLUS Canning and Dehydrating Food<<<<
Poster Handle tinygreen
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Just a reminder if you're stocking up for when TSHTF. Meats can also be canned...in broth/gravy/sauces. Lots of directions online. I'm using small 8 oz. jars for those since there are only two of us. A small jar of beef cubes in gravy can easily be stretched into a big post of soup in desperate times.
 Quoting: weegie




Years ago I used to work at a Mom-and-Pop Deli. When we would slice up the meat for sandwiches, there were always little "butt-ends" that they would THROW AWAY (before I got there, anyway!). I'd bring those little scraps of meat home, save them up until my day off, then run them through my good ol' hand-crank meat grinder. The meats were turkey, ham, and roast beef. I'd pack the meat into half-pint jars, along with a little bit of whichever flavor of bouillion the meat was (to keep it moist) and process them for 90 minutes. Each jar, when mixed with a little mayo and some chopped onion, made two generous sandwiches for my husband's lunch. He was a lot sorrier than I was when I got a different job!
 Quoting: Eggcellent


i love to take ring bologna, grate it, add mayo, pickle relish and cheese. we call it bologna mix. my very favorite sandwich. when we make it i eat several sandwiches a day.

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