Friday, 24 January 2014

Legacy Food Storage: Where Take-Away Is More Than A Feast

Planning to get away this weekend? Are you worried that you may have to carry lots of bulky food? It is way expensive? Do you intend to prepare it yourself? Will it take a lot of time which your schedule does not allow you to have? Do you plan to have a change for dinner or lunch today? Don't know how to go about it? Where to get delicious, affordable safe food? What if a catastrophe just struck? You need not worry, as Legacy Food Storage is here to take the daunting task from your hands.

Why us?
- You can order from the web
- Get ready for a feast
- Our products are affordable
- You have access to a wide variety
- Convenience re-defined
- Adequate nutrition
- Gmo-free
- Low fat, cholesterol, and sodium
- No Transfats
- Vegan
- Try out a sample
- Additional benefits

When we hear of meals that can be eaten during an emergency, basic survival is what comes to mind. Well, this is not true. Legacy Food Storage ensures that your take away package is a feast, in essence. We take time to come up with great recipes, using the best ingredients, to bring out the best taste.

Our prices have never been exorbitant. Despite great taste, our meals remain extremely affordable.

It gets better, as you can get hold of this treasure at your own convenience- whether on your phone, tablet or personal computer. Just visit the site, and click on the seller site that best suits you.

Our packages are also very light, weighing about 40 pounds. Even the Mega ones can easily fit in your closet. 

The wide variety of packages leaves you spoilt for choice- from the different premium servings, to breakfast buckets and entrees, to 3 meal buckets.

Is what we offer enough for your nutrition? Absolutely yes! The great taste is coupled with maximum nutrition. The least number of calories you can get per package is 2,000 calories in a day for one adult. 

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Your health is core; therefore, our ingredients and every product we use has been tested and certified as Gmo-free.

You will not put on any weight when you use our products. We ensure that our meals are highly nutritious with high fiber content, low fat, sodium and cholesterol. There are absolutely no trans-fats! The meals are extremely suitable for every vegan.

You are not going to get any better deal anywhere else. We request you to put us to the test by trying out our mega sample. Your feedback is highly appreciated and we can customize a unique package just to meet your specific needs. 

Our meals are safe, and can last for up to 25 years. We don't use oils like Canola, which only have a shelf life of up to 2 years. Our packages have got Mylar, which ensures that there is no oxygen absorption, preserving the food. They are also replete with nitrogen, for the same purpose. In fact, our oxygen content in food is within the minimum requirement, 2%. 

You also gain access to some additional benefits- you can become our reseller! 

Why choose any other when you can get your needs met beyond expectation? Just call Legacy Food Storage today!

Posted by <a href="">Emily B. Goodwin</a>

Sunday, 19 January 2014

Dried Food Recipe: Please Try This At Home

The phrase 'please don't try this at home' has almost become cliché. We are so used to hearing it on Television during wrestling, or when daring events in real life are airing. We at Legacy flout this rule and ask you to 'please try this at home'. Even if you may not, you will get to understand the process the meal you have recently eaten, or one that you have purchased, and is waiting for the opportune time in your closet, undergoes. This is why we have chosen to share some dried food recipes with you.

Old-fashioned pancakes
This will be part of your breakfast when you purchase the Premium 360. Let's see how our expert chefs at Legacy go about preparing these treasured pancakes.
- 1 1/2 cups flour (all-purpose)
- 1 egg 
- A teaspoonful of salt 
- 1 1/4 cups milk 
- 3 tablespoons butter (melted)
- A tablespoonful of white sugar 
- 3 1/2 teaspoons baking powder 

- First mix the flour, sugar, baking powder and salt and sift them into a bowl. (The bowl should be large enough). 
- Next, make a well to hold the butter, milk and egg.
- Mix them until they become smooth. 
- Slightly oil a frying pan or griddle. Heat it. (Medium high is ideal).
- Pour some butter (about 1/4 cup) onto the pan or griddle. When it turns brown on each side, then it's ready. Ensure that you use the same amount of butter for each of them. It is now ready to serve. 
- This should take about 20 minutes, and you can enjoy great pancakes!

Pasta Alfredo

dried food recipe

Legacy prides itself in Italian cuisine. Pasta alfredo is the entree of the Premium 360. Interestingly, you only need 25 minutes to prepare this. Here is another dried food recipe for you:

- 375 g Pasta (Fettuccine or Pappardelle )
- 2 tablespoons Flour (plain)
- 2 teaspoons Olive Oil 
- 1 sliced onion 
- 2 cloves crushed garlic
- A teaspoonful of thyme leaves (fresh) 
-2 cups Skim Milk 
- 1/2 cup Parmesan Cheese (grated)
- 2 Zucchini sliced into thin ribbons 
- 100 g sliced Short Bacon
- Black Pepper (cracked, to serve)

- Put some water into a pot, and pour the pasta. Boil it for around 10 to 12 minutes. Drain the remaining water.
- Heat some oil in a frying pan. Ensure that the heat is medium-high.
- Add the onion and garlic. Cook until soft. (This should take about 3 minutes)
- Add thyme leaves and bacon. Cook a little (Maximum 2 minutes)
- Sprinkle the flour and then stir.
- Remove it from heat. Pour in milk, slowly, stirring throughout.
- Cook for about 5 minutes over medium-high heat. When it gets thick, add Zucchini. Cook it for about 5 minutes as well, and season.
- Mix the cheese with the pasta and stir the contents of the frying pan into them.
It is now ready to serve. Remember to include black pepper when serving.

These are just some of the amazing dried food recipes that a single package can offer. There is a wide variety of packages to choose from. This only means that Legacy offers great tasty meals that suit your need. You now know how we prepare the entree and the pancake. Many companies will not share with you the secret behind their meals. We are confident, and that's why we do. Why look any further?

Posted by <a href="">Emily B. Goodwin</a>

Friday, 17 January 2014

The Numerous Dried Food Benefits

Long before refrigerators came to be in existence, people still preserved food for consumption at a later date. You will be surprised how creative people were during the olden days. Some would salt the food, others would preserve it in fat- smoking was also an option. However, one very popular way of preserving food, which is still in use today is drying. The dried food benefits are innumerable. For starters, the fact that you can dry virtually any kind of food is a plus on its own.

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How dried foods are prepared

Generally people do not talk of dried food anymore but rather prefer to use the word dehydrated. It is pretty much the same thing. Nowadays when you go shopping at your local store, you will find aisles upon aisles of dried foods. Sellers have discovered that these go quite fast. You will be surprised that practically all foods are dried and made available for you to purchase.

You can make your own dehydrated foods if you have a dehydrator. Dehydrators are available for purchase online and even at your local supermarket you are likely to find them. The thing about dehydrators is that you can dry a variety of foods at the same time and you do not have to stay around to look after the food till it dries. It is like some oven of a kind only that foods do not burn. One of the dried food benefits is that it very easy to prepare your own.

Greater taste and many more merits

Have you ever tasted dried pineapples? Well, you have to try because it would be a total injustice trying to describe the amazing taste. A common misconception most people hold is that dried foods are tasteless. Totally on the contrary, dehydrated foods have an amazingly great taste which is retained through the drying process. It is not only for pineapples, nearly all fruits, meats and vegetables can be dried and the taste remains excellent- if it does not get better. Nowadays sellers cannot keep enough stock as these foods keep flying off the shelves thanks to the amazing taste.

Another one of the dried food benefits is the fact that food never goes bad at all- of course this is if it is dried properly. Picture this scenario- you have decided to stock fruits and vegetables in your house, because they are cheap. What will happen after a few days? Well they start going bad if you do not refrigerate them fast. When dehydrated, they not only last for a long time but they taste pretty much the same when a little bit of moisture is added.

Sellers are probably the main beneficiaries when it comes to dehydrated food. The food does not have to be replaced every now and then as is the case with other foods. Dried foods are also great emergency foods-very convenient to both seller and consumer. Have you been looking for foods that you can stock up in your pantry for those 'rainy' days to come? Well, you will find dried foods to be quite opportune for this endeavor.

Research has shown that dehydrated foods are healthier snack options than those other snacks you carry to school or work. Therefore, instead of baking cookies and those nice and sugary snacks, why not dry some pears or peaches? You think the kids will not love it? You are in for a shock, once you taste there is no going back. 

Posted by <a href="">Emily B. Goodwin</a>

Friday, 10 January 2014

The Basics What You Should Know About Dried Food

The method of dehydrating food begun with the ancient man drying meat on sticks lay out in the sun or over fire. Among all methods of food preservation drying foods is the most popular. Dried foods are generally food free of water. These foods undergo a process called food drying. Drying food is a preservation process that was originally used many years ago. It is the oldest type of food preservation. This type of preservation may not replace freezing or canning of food but it works just as well as the other types of preservation. However, food drying has advantages over freezing and canning. There are various types or methods of drying food. These are:

  • Sun drying
  • Oven and
  • Electric dehydrators

In the early years, when the method came to be, salting and sun drying were the most popular methods used.

Benefits Of Dried Food

After water is eliminated from food, bacteria and molds cannot survive in the dehydrated environment. This eliminates the possibility of food spoiling due to microorganisms that grow on food. Apart from adding the shelf life of food, dried food also has nutritional values. Dried fruits or foods are a very good source of energy. This is because they have concentrated fruit glucose. Fruits contain large amounts of vitamins and also minerals. The drying process may lead to the destruction of some vitamins in the fruit especially vitamins A and C. Fruit and other foods that can be dried are first exposed to sulfur before the drying process begins. Doing this helps retain vitamins A and C in the fruit. The fruits and other foods are exposed to sulfur because it destroys thiamine which is one of the vitamin B. fruit is not a crucial source of thiamine. Many of the dried fruits are rich in iron and riboflavin.

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Vegetables are a very good source of minerals and the B vitamins. Both fruits and vegetables are a source of useful fiber or bulk we need. Water used to cook or soak dried food should not be discarded. The water is rich in nutrients from the dried food. The water can also be used in the preparation of recipes to make gravy and sauces.

The best and widely accepted way of retaining the nutritional value of dried foods is by controlling the drying process with out most care. Low heat therefore, should be used when drying food. When storing the dried food low humidity should be observed.

Dried food requires less cooking time than fresh foods. This saves time when cooking. When food is dried, it often decreases in mass and volume. This eases movement and storage of the dehydrated food.

Another advantage of dehydrated vegetables is that you are able to measure small amounts of it from a package of the same. You can also form soups or stews without opening a full package. Small amounts can also be eaten for single meals instead of purchasing expensive cans at the grocery stores.

Dehydrated foods also comes in handy for scouts and army men. They provide a quick meal that can be fixed fast.

Posted by <a href="">Emily B. Goodwin</a>