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Quick and Easy Dehydrated Meals in a Bag

by Tammy Gangloff, September Ferguson, Steven Gangloff

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Quick and easy package and prepare meals--just add water. Prepackaged meals in a bag to throw in the crockpot or take on the trail. Includes crockpot meals, family dinners, healthy recipes, meals/foods for campers, hikers, backpackers, snacks, desserts, appetizers and dips, and seasonings. -For today's families who want quick and easy to prepare meals -For taking on the trail--the outdoor market of hikers, backpackers who want to prepare their own delicious, nutritious foods for pennies a meal -Survivalists looking for meals that they can store and keep for whatever the emergency--dehydrated foods keep longer than canned and frozen -For those who grow their own foods in the garden and are looking for ways to preserve the bounty -For those who want to eat clean and healthy without additives and preservatives, spoilage, or waste… (more)
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From the creators of the Ultimate Dehydrator Cookbook, the Quick And Easy Dehydrated Meals In A Bag book is designed to help you create your own healthy and cost-effective meals in a snap.

Rather than having to purchase the overly preserved and processed quick meals in the supermarket, you can make your own meal in a bag. Chapter One describes what A Meal In A Bag is, then goes on to describe how to Assemble Your Meals In A Bag, what Materials, Bags And Sizes, and Powdered Substitutions you will need.

Chapter 2 is “Storing Your Meals“. It includes information on what will cause a problem with your Long-Term Storage and information on Shelf Life.

“No-boil Noodles And Spiraling” is covered in Chapter 3. This explains how to create your own No-Boil Instant Noodles, and discusses Spiralized Fruits And Vegetables. I like that throughout the instructions there are Fun Tips to help you along and Pro Tips which give you the tricks of the trade.

With Chapter 4 comes the beginning of the recipes. Recipe chapters include:

Seasonings
Appetizers And Dips
Pour And Go Meals
Meals In A Bag
Desserts In A Bag
Bread In A Bag
Breakfast In A Bag
Prepackaged Variety Pack Oatmeal
Backpacker Meals And Snacks

There are only a very few photos, all are found in the middle of the book. The recipes all include a brief introduction, yield, and simple instructions. Many of the recipes are small enough that they fit two on a page.

Surprising Variety

I was quite surprised by the variety recipe types and flavors available. I was expecting something very basic flavor-wise, and have been pleasantly surprised.

This book is not for somebody new to dehydrated food. It is excellent for anybody who wants to be able to take their dehydrator to the next level. These ideas and recipes would be an excellent way to create quick easy meals without the overly processed food you get in the supermarket. If you are a survivalist, like to go camping or hiking, or are someone who wants to keep stocked up on tasty food in case of an emergency, you will need want book.

See the full review and the recipe for Apricot Chicken at The RecipesNow! Reviews And Recipes Magazine. This review is written in response to a complimentary hard copy of the book provided by the publisher in hopes of an honest review. ( )
  KriisGaia | Feb 15, 2018 |
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Quick and easy package and prepare meals--just add water. Prepackaged meals in a bag to throw in the crockpot or take on the trail. Includes crockpot meals, family dinners, healthy recipes, meals/foods for campers, hikers, backpackers, snacks, desserts, appetizers and dips, and seasonings. -For today's families who want quick and easy to prepare meals -For taking on the trail--the outdoor market of hikers, backpackers who want to prepare their own delicious, nutritious foods for pennies a meal -Survivalists looking for meals that they can store and keep for whatever the emergency--dehydrated foods keep longer than canned and frozen -For those who grow their own foods in the garden and are looking for ways to preserve the bounty -For those who want to eat clean and healthy without additives and preservatives, spoilage, or waste

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