Dinner Meals In Jar Cookbook


Order Your pdf Copy Of  Dinner Meals in Jars Cookbook or 
Meals In Jar Formula to create your own Jar Meal recipes
by Jennifer Ess of Rainy Day Food Storage blog





                                                                              
Dinner Meals In Jars Cookbook

Now Available for download Purchase
Recipes Include 

Contents
INTRODUCTION
Dinners In Jars Recipes
Taco Beef & Cheese
Chicken Broccoli Alfredo
Beef Stroganoff
Cheesy Sloppy Joe Hot Dish
Beef Stew
Chili
Zucchini Sausage Skillet
Beef Broccoli Stir-Fry
Cheesy Chicken Asparagus
Spaghetti
Sweet Potato Delight
Pepper Steak & Rice
ABC Sloppy Joe's
Chicken Pot Pie casserole
Mac & Cheese
Double Cheese Burger Hot Dish
Beefy Spanish Rice
Hamburger Stew Hot Dish
Creamed Chicken & Veggie
Vegetable Beef Soup
Ham And Potatoes
Chicken Ala King
Goulash
Hamburger Rice Skillet
Green Bean & Chicken Casserole
Turkey & Stuffing
Chili Mac
Scalloped Potatoes
Chicken Broccoli Stir-Fry
Cheesy Veggie Chicken Alfredo
Bonus Recipes

$7.00
Meals In Jars Formula
Create Your own Meals In Jars Recipes Using This Formula  
$8.00

23 comments:

  1. You are the best!! Can't wait to try these recipes.
    I've been thinking how I would love to find a curry chicken meal in a jar! ((Hugs))

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  2. Can I ask how you can keep these food from spoiling without refrigeration and for over 5 years? If it is true I would buy the formula.

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    1. You have to put oxygen absorbers in the jars. They will keep for 7-10 years.

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    2. No different than canned veggies at your local grocery store. The expiration date on canned goods is simply a guaranteed fresh date but will last 4-5 years or longer

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    3. I use a FoodSaver vacuum system. No need for oxygen Absorber Packets (OAP). Kept in a cool, dry, dark place will last 5-7 years easy
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  4. I am Gluten free. No Wheat, Barley, or Rye. Is there enough recipes in here to make it worth my while?

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  5. How do you answer these questions? Privately? Because I think all of us would be interested in the answers. Ty

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  6. Here is a list of Gluten Free products that we have

    Nearly 100 THRIVE foods are now
    certified gluten-free!
    FruIts
    Apple Sauce
    Apples, Fuji (FD)
    Apples, Granny Smith (FD)
    Apricots (FD)
    Banana Slices (FD)
    Blackberries (FD)
    Blueberries (FD)
    Cherries, Sweet (FD)
    Grapes, Red Seedless (FD)
    Mangoes (FD)
    Peach Slices (FD)
    Pears (FD)
    Pineapple Chunks (FD)
    Raspberries (FD)
    Raspberries, Organic (FD)
    Strawberries, Sliced (FD)
    Strawberries, Whole (FD)
    Vegetables
    Asparagus (FD)
    Broccoli (FD)
    Carrot Dices
    Cauliflower (FD)
    Celery (FD)
    Corn, Sweet (FD)
    Green Beans (FD)
    Mushroom Pieces (FD)
    Onions, Chopped
    Onions, Chopped (FD)
    Onions, Green (FD)
    Peas, Split Green
    Peas, Green (FD)
    Peas, Green Organic (FD)
    Peppers, Green Bell (FD)
    Peppers, Green Chili (FD)
    Peppers, Red Bell (FD)
    Peppers, Mixed Bell
    Potato Beads
    Potato Chunks
    Potato Dices (FD)
    Spinach (FD)
    Tomato Dices (FD)
    Tomato Powder
    Zucchini (FD)
    grAIn
    Amaranth
    Amaranth, Organic
    Cornmeal
    Millet
    Quinoa
    Quinoa, Organic
    Rice Flour
    Rice, Instant Brown
    Rice, Instant
    Rice, White
    DAIry
    Cheese Blend
    Cheese, Cheddar (FD)
    Cheese, Colby (FD)
    Cheese, Monterey Jack (FD)
    Cheese, Mozzarella (FD)
    Milk, Instant
    Milk, Powdered
    Sour Cream Powder
    Yogurt, Blueberry (FD)
    Yogurt, Passionfruit (FD)
    Yogurt, Pomegranate (FD)
    Yogurt, Cherry (FD)
    Yogurt, Strawberry (FD)
    Yogurt, Vanilla (FD)
    MeAt & beAns
    Beans, Black
    Beans, Instant Black
    Beans, Kidney
    Beans, Lima
    Beans, Pinto
    Beans, Small Red
    Beans, Small White Navy
    Eggs, Scrambled Mix
    Egg, Whites
    Lentils
    TVP, Bacon
    TVP, Chicken
    TVP, Taco
    bAsIcs
    Baking Powder
    Baking Soda
    Bouillon, Beef
    Bouillon, Chicken
    Butter Powder
    Honey Crystals
    Salt, Iodized
    Shortening Powder
    Sugar, Brown
    Sugar, Powdered
    Sugar, White
    DrInks
    Fruit Punch Performance
    Orange Bliss
    Orchard Apple
    Simply Peach
    Melon Berry Burst
    Mango Passion
    Desserts
    Ice Cream, Chocolate
    Bars (FD)
    Ice Cream, Neapolitan
    Bits (FD)

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  7. Can you please explain what the Formula book is? Thanks

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  8. i am trying to find out how to buy it, where do you go to get it?

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  9. Well, I can hardly believe it, I was able to purchase the pdf book. When I clicked on add to cart, a little box appeared on the right lower part of the screan. I have been trying to get this book for months.

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  10. That is awesome about the gluten free but I was wondering if your recipes are cow's milk free and if it worth purchasing this?

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  11. I have done several of the meals-in-a-jar with powdered coconut, almond or soy milk (when it calls for milk).

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  12. will you explain the difference in your book and formula? When ordering the formula do I also get the recipes from the pdf?

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  13. I just purchased the Meals in Jars book and the Sauces and Mixes book; Sauces/MIxes downloaded and printed just fine, but I cannot get the Meals in Jars to print....downloaded just fine. Can you help me??

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  14. What is the shelf life of these recipes if kept in a dark dry place?

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  15. Would it be possible to answer some of these questions on your page, as there are some I would like to see the answers to?

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  18. Just to let others out there know the $8.00 you spend on the Meal in a jar formula does not come with recipes. It is 5 pages which could be 2 if it wasn't done in a font size for the blind to read. It is also filled with fluff info like making sure your jars don't have any chips. The formula requires the use of sauce mixes and spice mixes which are not included. The instructions for cooking what you have put together is very vague and requires a lot of trial and error on your part. I have some experience in this type of storage and I was looking for something that I could use to convert some of my regular recipes to dried storage. This was not it. Not worth the price.

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  19. Food Storage Dinners-Browse our webpage & find our collection of tried Mylar Food Storage Dinners meals & recipes that we have used ourselves!

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