Food. It is one of the most important basics a survivor will have to worry about if and when the grid goes down.
There are many jarred and freeze-dried products out there, foods meant to fill, and while some are quite good and are also nutritious on their own, often dinner needs more than what is in the package. Simply put, mixing it up often means your food will have more flavor. And the best way to do it is in a casserole!
During the Great Depression, typical middle-class homemakers had to cook with what was on hand, things they could pull from the pantry and garden; fresh vegetables, bread, cheeses, dry pasta, and fruit. If they were lucky, they also had a few spices to toss into a pot.
Go on over to page two and check out this simple and delicious homesteader-type casserole!