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52 weeks, Week 14

15 Apr

 Here is your weekly preparedness steps.  For those of you who are keeping the paper copies, sorry I wasn’t at church on Sunday, I took a much needed vacation without access to the internet!  It was great!  But I do have the copies printed out so will bring them the week after Stake Conference so you can have a copy!
 

52 Weeks to Family Preparedness for Two

Week 14


Spencer W. Kimball “Do all of you people have a year’s supply of the basic commodities? Be sure that you consider it very seriously. We realize that there may be some situations where it may be difficult, but we want you to keep it in mind. When distress or disaster comes to any of our people, we must be ready to help each other.”



Food Storage and Preparedness Challenge Of The Week:


Food Storage Purchase 8 Cans of Vegetables


Extra Item Purchase Multi-Vitamins (6 months worth for two people).


72 Hour Kit Novel to read, small game, whistle & compass, leather gloves, metal cup & silverware, pocket knife, waterproof matches & fire starter, small toys for children, cash in small bills, credit cards

Family Preparation Have a special family home evening on the true meaning of Easter. Make extra effort this week to ponder and appreciate the atonement in your lives.


Spiritual Preparedness “First, and above and beyond everything else, let us live righteously…….” J. Rueben Clark, Jr.






EAT-N-GO BARS


½ c margarine 3 c mini marshmallows

¼ c dry milk ¼ c tang

½ c peanut butter 1 c raisins

4 c cheerios ¼ c wheat germ (opt)

In large pan, melt margarine and marshmallows over low heat, stirring constantly. Stir in peanut butter until melted. Mix in milk and tang powder and wheat germ. Remove from heat. Fold in raisins and cereal, stirring until evenly coated. Pat evenly into a buttered pan, 9×9 inches. Cool. Cut into bars about 3 inches by 1 inch.


PINTO BEAN PIE (MOCK PECAN)


½ c sugar 1 c brown sugar

½ c butter 1 heaping c mashed pinto beans

2 eggs, beaten unbaked pie shell

Blend sugars, eggs and butter until creamy. Add pinto beans and blend well. Pour into 9 inch unbaked pie shell. Bake at 375 for 20 min and then 350 for 25 minutes or until done. Tastes like a pecan pie. Pecans can be added also before cooking. Can be served with whipped cream or ice cream.


SHEPHERD’S PIE


1 lb ground beef or 1 c beef tvp substitute

1 can green beans 1 can corn

2 tbsp dried onions 1 can tomato soup or mushroom

salt and pepper 3 cups prepared instant potatoes mashed

Mix all ingredients except potatoes. Place them in the casserole dish. Top with mashed potatoes. Bake at 350 for 30 minutes. Can also top with cheese for the last few minutes of baking.


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One response to “52 weeks, Week 14

  1. Marie

    April 16, 2009 at 6:34 am

    Do you have to add water or anything to the tvp? Would chicken flavor tvp work as a substitution? Thanks in advance for any additional info, and for posting the recipe!

     

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