There’s a lot we can learn from the pioneers who traveled across the United States back in the 1800s, especially when it comes to cooking meals from scratch.
There are certain recipes that they made again and again because they were tasty, easy to make, and required ingredients that could be stored for a long time or were readily available such as apples, milk, and eggs.
This article by James from Bio Prepper reveals 20 lost recipes from the pioneers including mud apples, chuckwagon beans, jerky gravy, baked pocket yams, cooked cabbage salad, winter red flannel hash, and even quick fried doughnuts.
If you’re a prepper or homesteader, it’s a good idea to learn how to make simple recipes like these for times when other ingredients aren’t available. Follow the link below to check it out.