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Wednesday, December 31, 2014

Off the Grid Eating: Recipes for Survival and Enjoyment without Electricity

Off the Grid Eating: Recipes for Survival and Enjoyment without Electricity was a free kindle book when this post was written.

Whether you're a prepper, a survivalist, a camping enthusiast, a fugitive (okay, hopefully you're not a fugitive) or simply looking to get off the grid, you'll need food.

Make it good!

What is the benefit to living off the grid?

The joy of living in the present moment without the stress and craziness/ridiculousness of modern living where many aspects of your life are often dictated to you and at best, manipulated.

Being that it is such a joy living freely, preparing food is a big part of that.

In this series, you will learn various creative methods of preparing food you've bought, hunted, gathered or grown.

Skip Plemmons enjoyed the freedom of off grid living in an Arizona desert yurt for a couple of years when he wasn't vagabonding all over the country in his youth. He also practices self sufficiency on his small farm in North Georgia.

These recipes along with your free book at, will give you all the tools you need for a life of independent, self sufficient living and eating well while doing it.

In this book you'll learn how to prepare at an expert level:

Hoe Cakes
Flour Tortillas
Easy, No Knead Bread
English Muffins
Plantains, Potato and Onion Omelet
Hash and Eggs
Chicken in a Pot
Venison, Broccoli and Apple Stir-Fry
Rattlesnake Rice
Tex-Mex Stuffed Peppers
Grilled Quail with Cilantro, Mango and Peach Salsa
Squirrel Stew
Chicken Fricassee and Carrot Dumplings
Mutton Ragout
Potato Pepper Packets
Slow and Steady Collard Greens
Red Cabbage, Apples and Onions
Bean and Rice, Puerto Rican Style
Fish Cakes
Dutch Oven Apple Crisp
Bread Pudding
Quick Fried Peach Pies



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