Food Storage Breakfast Tip
Usually, my morning routine is pretty set and I arrive at my job within a couple of minutes. This past Wednesday was a bit slower than normal, or rather I was, as I had not slept very well.
Rather than my normal breakfast, I opted for a different and hopefully quicker plan. I grabbed a plastic food storage container and measured in a portion of my freeze-dried eggs with bacon.
On the way to my car, as part of my morning ritual, I had to feed the fish that are part of my Aquaponics rig. Since I was there and the grow bed portion of my garden is right over the fish tank, I quickly broke off a piece of scallion to add a bit of seasoning to the eggs. Then I was on my way.
Since my work area is lucky to have a microwave and a coffee pot, I nuked some water and cut the onion up with the scissors from my desk. I poured in the water and added the onion to the eggs, put the lid on the container and gave it a gentle swish or three. Then, I set about making the morning coffee for my crew. By the time the coffee was brewing, I was enjoying some tasty eggs with bacon (and a bit of onion), all before any of my guys arrived to start the day.
Food Insurance™ food is a great option when you’re in a hurry!
Contributed by D. Mackenzie, a Food Insurance™ Guest Author
5 Replies to “Food Storage Breakfast Tip”
Well, nuking your food with the microwave is not too impressive. If you plan to get nutrition you’re out of luck there.
Makes me sad that so many people think they can just use the microwave which is nothing more than a “Death” machine”. Oh, it may fill your tummy but it has NO food value after nuking it. Why don’t you google the dangers of microwaves. They zap your food of all oxygen ..ends up totally dead food. NO NUTRITION in what you just nuked and ate. Check out the studies….you are just eating yourself into disease, destroyed immune system and eventually death.
Even destroyed that garden grown scallion!
Better be a way to store food without nuking it.
Thank your your feedback regarding using a microwave. The great thing about Food Insurance food is that the food itself doesn’t need to be cooked or microwaved (nuked). All that is required is warm/hot water. In the case of this article, the only item that was warmed up in the microwave was the water that was used for reconstituting the food.
I think you didn’t even read the post. He nuked the WATER not the food., Melody.
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