Butterfly Cooking Stove Directions For Use

For disaster preparedness, it is a good idea to have some creative cooking techniques available. It takes a lot of energy and water to wash dishes. That is why it is good to have some alternatives. One of those alternatives is to cook with vacuum sealed bags or sous vous (it's French) cooking.

One of the first experiences I had with this, was when I went camping. We cut up all the foods that you might want in an omelet. We had ham, cheese, green peppers, onions, mushrooms, olives, all cut up. Then each person would crack a few eggs into a Ziploc freezer bag and put in the rest of the omelet ingredients that they preferred. Then, the bag would be put into a pot of boiling water. In only a few minutes, we had a meal that was very delicious with little clean up.

The same technique applies to French sous vous cooking. The idea is to marinade and blend together foods into a sealed bag. The advantage to this type of cooking is that it locks in the flavors, keeps the meat extra moist and tender, and seems to add flavor to dishes.

The way to do this type of cooking is to have a vacuum sealer. The chamber vacuum sealer is the easiest to use. You simply place the items you want into the bag and the chamber sucks out the air and seals it up. Then, you can put the bag into boiling water and cook it together.

In an emergency, it would be a good idea to have some pre-sealed meals that were ready to eat. It would also be good to have a vacuum sealer that you would be able to use. In that way, you can preserve fresh fruits and vegetables for much longer.

The thing that is really appealing, to a lot of people, is that you can do a lot of the cooking without making a lot of work. There is little clean up and little preparatory mess. It is simple to put the items in a bag and cook it in water.