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Handout Dec 31 2012

Basic Food Storage Recipe Book

I found this awesome document online back in January 2006. It's a list of seventy food storage recipes that ONLY use the items included in the church's one month basic supply kit. That means the only ingredients needed to make all of these 70 items are wheat, flour, fat (oil or shortening), sugar, powdered milk, macaroni, quick oats, pinto beans, and salt. It has everything from how to make your own baby teething biscuits, to wheat crackers. Even caramel. It also has information on sprouting wheat and beans, and much, much more. This is exactly what I was looking for!

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Handout Dec 31 2012

cRaZy Huge list of Food Storage Recipes

My friend Jillyne K. gave me this selection of files. A former Stake Preparedness Specialist, Jillyne is a local celebrity famous for expertise in food storage, rotation, and use. She has amassed a huge collection of food storage recipes. Among the favorites are her very best bread recipes, Mrs. Field's cookie recipe, fudgescicles using food storage pudding, homemade cleaning products, and many many more.

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Handout Dec 31 2012

Homemade Baggie Ice Cream - Pioneer Theme

This recipe was submitted by Jolene H. They used it as a handout to accompany their unit's Pioneer Day Activity.

The recipe is

Homemade Baggie Ice Cream

Ingredients:
1/2 Cup Milk
1/2 Tsp Vanilla
1 TBS Sugar
Ice
4 TBS Salt
Freezer Bags

Directions:
In #1 Quart Freezer Bag: Mix milk, vanilla, & sugar. Seal tight. Leave no air inside.

In #2 Quart Freezer Bag: Place #1 Quart Freezer Bag inside of #2. Seal tight. Leave no air inside.

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LDS Activity Nov 20 2010

Christmas in Nauvoo Food / Ideas

From Mary K. Stout, “From a Nauvoo Pantry,” New Era, Dec 1973, 42

Christmas in Nauvoo was not celebrated in our traditional gift-giving manner, nor was it a particularly festive occasion. It would be many years before English immigrants would introduce carols, yule logs, and presents into the Puritan tradition of members of the Church.

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The first recorded glimpse of a celebration is written on Christmas 1843 by the Prophet Joseph Smith. The entry marks a new outlook among Mormons toward the day:

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LDS Activity Oct 19 2009

Make a Mix Night

We held a "Make a Mix Night" where the sisters made a biscuit mix and a cookie mix to take home. Each brought

a couple ice cream buckets and $ to cover the cost. The night of we then assembled together and tasted and shared recipes. We were going to do this at a members home, but we got such a big response, we had to move it to the church. A success for us!

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