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 Posted: Sun Mar 22nd, 2020 03:33 pm
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when i was in my teens, i remember my maternal grandfather "granpie" taking me to the side and reminding me of his journey through the depression years!
one thing that stayed with me was his urging that when times are tough, have a food supply! his greatest encouragement was to STORE beans and rice. the shelf life is almost infinite!
 he told me " mi hijito " your a hunter and a fisherman you can always add to your meal of beans or rice!
yesterday of my store of beans and rice i made venison chili beans! they came out great!! this morning i filled 7 one gallon zip lock freezer bags half full. these 7 MEALS will be there if and when i need them!

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 in these times of staying home, keeping yourself occupied is important!
 i am cooking meals i can freeze 3/4 quarters of, for later. tomorrow i am making chicken soup!
today's keeping one self occupied with practical and useful functions, may mean tomorrows survival!

i would be glad to share my recipes with anyone and maybe you can share some of yours! 


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A word of advice. The shelves are still full in San Carlos, you really want to stock up on foods that keep forever, (like rice and beans, sugar, flour , yeast, canned broths and soups,) and atleast 3 months supply of whatever meds you might be on. Things are changing daily, but these items will keep you fed. Also clorox wipes, toilet paper, paper towels, plastic gloves, and hand soap. Just a start. These are things that are really hard to find these days.

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Hey Frankie, nice stove!

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I would love your bean recipe.....

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 Venison chili beans or any meat;
* i rinse my beans thoroughly "about 5 pounds"
* i soak my beans for at least 2 hours prior to begin heating
* i start heating at a low temperature
* i add 1 onion cross cut on both sides, 2 yellow peppers, i whole garlic
* i add sow belly "bacon" diced  "1/4 pound"
* i dice my meat to small eatable sizes "2/3 pounds"
* i add my diced meat
* i add powdered red chili
* when it starts to simmer i add salt "to desire or taste"!
* i allow the completed chili beans to simmer for about an hour or until the beans are completely cooked
my chili beans are flavorful not spicy hot!

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onion garlic yellow peppers added

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sow belly, "bacon before it is sliced"

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meat, in this case venison

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 red chili powder "BUEN PROVECHO" !!!!!

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Here is my favorite chili reciphttps://www.delish.com/cooking/recipe-ideas/a27335648/instant-pot-chili-recipe/e:

But, I changed it by using two cans of kidney bean and two cans of Ranch beans with Jalapenos, and Ro-Tel tomatoes instead of fire roasted. I also went to the carne asada place (Simpre Lista), and used a kilo of their already cooked meat. It was outstanding.

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I was adopted and raised by my Grandfolks...Born 1890..Grandma bore 12 kids, 8 lived to adult...I still use her bean recipe, just about same as yours Frankie...Onion, garlic and bacon...I drive down to the Bean Factory at Bonita/Kansas Settlement, just out of Wilcox and gettem Fresh---You sure can taste the difference...


BTW-Many many months ago I had a premonition to start Prepping for SHTF stuff....I have enough supplies to last 1 to 2 years now...(Remember Seasonings) you want to suffer in style...

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Went by the Bonita Bean Co last week for 50# - some to keep, some to share with the kids in Morenci - no beans in Safford, Benson, but found some at Villas Mkt Nogales on the second trip last week. Scored a couple of bags of brown rice at Safeway when they opened Friday morning.

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boiled eggs have a good shelve life! they can be eaten shelled or made into different dishes, deviled eggs comes to mind!

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i make a dozen boiled eggs, the beginning of every week to snack on!

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my freezer is full with food i made and bought!
there are many things we can do to keep ourselves occupied while at home!

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things may get worse, if they don't the food you stored can always be used!

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