Organic Corn Salsa
starting at Price: $6.35
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    I experimented with taking fresh corn and drying it, but it turned out tough and wouldn’t rehydrate quickly. Most of my foods are simply dried. I’ve stayed away from freeze-dried food for a variety of different reasons. I began to think that if I were going to use corn kernels in any of my recipes, they would have to be freeze-dried. Coming up with freeze-dried corn that was organic was no easy feat. Since I don’t happen to have an expensive, fancy freeze-drying machine, I went looking for...

    Organic Black Bean Flakes MaryJanesFarm Dried Dehydrated Backpacking Food Mixes Products Bulk Food Storage Beans
    starting at Price: $4.80
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      Rich and flavorful, my versatile instant black bean flakes can play a lead or supporting role at mealtime. Make a main dish, thicken a soup ... let your imagination soar. This is a Project F.A.R.M. (First-class American Rural Made) product.

      Organic Black Bean Flakes, Hot ’n Spicy
      starting at Price: $4.90
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        Main dish, side dish, garnish or the best chip dip ever, my hot ’n spicy black bean flakes can supply you with sustenance any time of the day. Just add boiling water and wait five minutes.This is a This is a Project F.A.R.M. (First-class American Rural Made) product.

        Organic Pinto Bean Flakes
        starting at Price: $5.05
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          Playing solo or in harmony, my instant pinto bean flakes may inspire you to re-evaluate just how good and versatile beans can be, in addition to giving you a quick protein pick-me-up.This is a This is a Project F.A.R.M. (First-class American Rural Made) product.

          Organic Garlic Pesto Fry Bread
          starting at Price: $6.60
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            This was one of my first backcountry food inventions. This bread mix comes in a tall zip-lock bag. You add water and knead the bag with your hands until it’s thoroughly mixed. Next, you cut off a corner of the bag and squeeze small dollops of bread into a hot skillet. It’s easy and quick. Picture yourself next to a lake taking in the smell of hot bread, garlic and basil. Eating these warm little breads is heavenly. Back home, you can use my stovetop skillet-bake instructions or make a BakeOver...

            Organic Bac’un & Egg Scrambler
            starting at Price: $7.05
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              Organic eggs are something to crow about! Uncaged happy hens strutting about pecking for this and that make the most contented sound on earth. I grew up raising chickens. In fact, when I was a teenager I decided I’d had enough of my older brothers and I moved into our chicken house. I remember I had a cot, a clock radio and an electric skillet. I can’t remember how long I lasted, but contented chickens also give us the best food on earth. In this mix I’ve thrown together some eggs, soy bits...

              Organic Breakfast Frittatas
              starting at Price: $7.20
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                Eggs, potatoes, mushrooms and garlic. It’s the perfect breakfast. Eggs from chickens raised without antibiotics and fed 100% organic feed. This is a Project F.A.R.M. (First-class American Rural Made) product.

                Organic Egg & Cheese Scramble
                starting at Price: $7.20
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                  Always nourishing first thing in the morning, scrambled eggs are a classic breakfast, but add plenty of sharp cheddar cheese and a touch of basil and they become gourmet. This is a Project F.A.R.M. (First-class American Rural Made) product.

                  Organic Griddle Cakes
                  starting at Price: $5.35
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                    I’ve put together 2 organic whole grains for a griddle cake that has a nutty taste and sourdough texture. Milled on our 100-year-old gristmill, these high-energy, protein-rich cakes have plenty of fiber and flavor. For sweet sprinkles, I’ve included a packet of maple syrup granules. Wanting all of my mixes to be as pure as I could get them, I went looking for a baking powder that used organic starch. Since most baking powders use corn starch, and almost all non-organic corn is now genetically...

                    Organic Hot ’n Creamy Cereal
                    starting at Price: $5.95
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                      The first hot cereal I created was my Outrageous Outback Oatmeal. In no time at all I had devoted fans, and the recipe was a keeper. Over time, I decided I wanted to eat a hot cereal that was less sweet. My Hot ’n Creamy Cereal is unusually delicious and rich in soluble dietary fiber. The addition of cinnamon, nutmeg and flax seeds makes it my favorite. Basic goodness and not too sweet. With this recipe you can also make a BakeOver crumble crust. This is a Project F.A.R.M. (First-class...

                      Organic Outrageous Outback Oatmeal
                      starting at Price: $6.25
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                        Wake up to the great taste of my “oh-oh-oh” whole-grain, non-dairy hot cereal. A tasty, most unusual soymilk choice. “Dress it up” with fresh fruit. One of my farm hands eats it dry and promotes it as a dry snack food. Equally good for breakfast or snacking, and you can also make a BakeOver crumble crust. This is a Project F.A.R.M. (First-class American Rural Made) product.

                        Organic Bavarian Chocolate Mousse
                        starting at Price: $6.10
                        Availability: in stock

                          This recipe was three years in the making. I just couldn’t find the right ingredients for a creamy, chocolatey rich, subtley sweet, utterly perfect mousse that was 100% organic and instant. I wanted a mix that you could take camping, add some snow if it was winter and feel like you were dining in a five star restaurant. At last, here it is. If you’re making our Mousse at home, try a bowl after you’ve had it in the freezer for an hour or so. Frozen, it’s like ice cream. If you’re a chocolate...