This cookbook is one in a series of books written on the subject of food storage. With the food shortage scares and upcomming events in the world, people are storing beans and rice as part of their food storage program. Because dry beans and rice store so well, people are storing large quantities of these food items. This book has 165 pages of wonderful recipes. Because beans and rice eaten together make a complete protein, they can be substituted for meat in the diet. This book has many charts on how to cook the various types of beans and rice, as well as many helpfull hints.
About the Author
Peggy Layton a Home Economist, holds a bachelors of Science degree in Home Economics Education from Brigham Young University with a minor in Food Science and Nutrition. Peggy is married to Scott Layton and together they have 7 children. With nine people to feed Peggy writes about food storage and production from a hands on point of view. She is well known for writing and speaking on the subject of bulk food preparation. Peggy has written a series of books on the subject of food storage. All these books have been well recieved and are being sold nationally. Peggy is dedicated to bringing you tried and tested recipes as well as accurate information.
Spiral-bound: 154 pages
Publisher: Peggy Layton (December 5, 1998)
Product Dimensions: 8.3 x 5.8 x 0.5 inches
Shipping Weight: 8 ounces