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Sunday, May 3, 2009

How to Prepare Emergency Baby Formula

How to Prepare Emergency Baby Formula
http://www.ehow.com/how_2111172_prep...paign=yssp_art

found some other sites that might help
http://www.wholesomebabyfood.com/cereal.htm
http://preparedness.families.com/blo...n-an-emergency


Tomato Juice from Tomato Paste
http://www.hillbillyhousewife.com/tomatojuice.htm

1 can tomato paste
4 cans of tap water
Use any size can of tomato paste. Usually they come in 12-oz or 6-oz sizes. Open the can and scrape the thick concentrated tomato paste into a large jar or juice pitcher. Fill the can with water 4 times, and pour the water in with the tomato paste. Stir it up really well.

It will be unsalted, which I believe makes it taste fresher, but you may add salt to taste if you like. Some folks like to add a little Hot Sauce or Worcestershire Sauce for flavor. Personally, I like it well chilled and straight from the fridge. It has a tangy refreshing flavor which reminds me of summertime tomato harvesting.

Use it anywhere you would regular canned tomato juice. Here is a substitute which costs less than a third of it’s commercial counterpart, and actually tastes ten times better. Being thrifty pays off in flavor, health and savings.

You may also enjoy this recipe for chocolate syrup. It’s another cheap beverage recipe from my collection.

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