Today, I’m making a pot of Chicken Noodle Soup on my front porch – Off-Grid cooking style.
This video, along with this article, is the first of a new series I just started – Off-Grid Cooking From The Pantry.
The idea of this series is to help you and others decide what to store in the prepper pantry and how to cook it – power or no power.
At least once a week, we cook a meal entirely from our prepper pantry – no refrigerator or freezer allowed. No going to the store.
We generally use our kitchen appliances but now I want more of a challenge. So “Off-Grid Cooking From The Pantry” is born!
We’ve been doing this for over a year. Now I’m going to start videoing some of it.
This Weekly Exercise Has Helped Us Tremendously
Not only do we get to learn how to cook from our pantry, but we can also see what types of food works best for our family, how far our preps will carry us, what we’re lacking, and we get new ideas as to what else we can add to our panty preps.
By cooking from our pantry and now adding the “Off-Grid Cooking” element, I’m excited to see how well we do – and what we learn from it. And I’m going to bring you along. Sound good?
On with the show, our first video:
Cooking Chicken Noodle Soup From The Pantry – Off-Grid Cooking
Off-Grid Cooking: Chicken Noodle Soup Show Notes
In my chicken noodle soup recipe, which is super easy because what’s in our prepper pantry is often already cooked (Except the noodles in this case), looks like this:
- Chicken Broth (I make homemade chicken bone broth)
- Chicken (I would have generally used my cold-packed canned chicken or a store-bought can of chicken)
- Seasoning (Pepper and a little cajun seasoning)
Yes – I Go On A Bit Of A Rant
Sorry for the rant in the video – I just know the negative comments by heart now. The other negative comments will be about my neighbors coming to take our food and supplies. It’s that tragic “dystopian” viewpoint many of us preppers cannot seem to shake. I understand though.
*Serving Size: Big Ol’ Pot
*Calories: Who Cares?
I’ll try to come back and add new videos to this series here – as they happen. 🙂
Once again, I want to focus on what we learn from this type of video – More of what we can store and how to cook it and less on making chicken noodle soup. Even though it came out amazing!
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Stay safe. Stay prepared.