i made this for my ill husband last night and he said it was so good i need to write it down...so I'm sharing... All measurements are approximate, and regular silverware is used for measuring (teaspoons and tablespoons)...Should serve 2 hungry people or 3 kinda hungry people.
My friend is moving from Georgia to Washington state, taking a road trip that will last about a week and a half. He will be doing a lot of camping along the way. I want to make him some food to bring, preferrably something that can be cooked over a fire and can be kept unrefrigerated in a jar or plastic baggie. He doesn't eat any processed food, so I definitely don't want to get him Clif bars, Primal Strips, or anything like that. Ideas, please?
This question is probably a little bizarre, but I'm curious both for reasons practical (originally) and now also hypothetical. I am going to be backpacking in Central America for a few weeks later this month and I want to bring soy milk powder so that I can keep my pack light but have soy milk available for breakfast and stuff. I know that I can buy the Better than Soy, assuming that I can find it in my town, but I came up with a theory after noticing that Silk Light is made primarily from soy flour and water rather than whole soy beans.
Is it possible, if I could come up with the correct measurements (or if anyone has suggestions?) to put together soy flour, some evaporated cane juice, and maybe some b12 in powder form, that I could just add water and make a decent soy milk on the go?