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Clarified butter has a shelf life of greater that 5 years at room temperature. Use it for any purpose where regular butter is used.
A Grain Mill is needed to produce wheat flour or corn meal The basic grain mill used in many third world countries is the Corona Grain Mill. Mother Earth news reviewed the Corona here. If electricity is available consider a new or used (eBay) Vita-Mix. I’ve used the Vita-Mix to produce both wheat flour and corn meal. More grain mill reviews are here.
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Country Living Grain Mill direct from manufacturer. Thanks for all your help Jack. I love talking with good people. Ron
Food On A Small Budget
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Corn, Beans and Squash
Corn, beans and squash were staples of the Native American. Not only do they combine to provide a healthy meal, they complement each other in the garden.
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Corn Recipes from 1830
Cornmeal Mush (from 1830)*
½ cup Cornmeal
2-3/4 cups Water
¾ teaspoon Salt
Sprinkle cornmeal into boiling water, stirring constantly. Add salt and cook for about half an hour. Serve with sugar and cream.
Indian Cornmeal Cake (from 1830)*
1-½ cups Yellow cornmeal
1 teaspoon Salt
½ cup Flour
3 teaspoons Rosewater (Vanilla)
1-2/3 cups Sugar
1 teaspoon Cinnamon
1 cup Butter
Mix the sugar, butter and eggs. Mix the cornmeal and salt together, and combine with the sugar, butter and egg mixture. Add vanilla and cinnamon and mix well. Pour into a floured cake pan and bake in a moderate oven.