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Old 02-28-2012, 12:39 PM   #2269
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I'm lactose intolerant(actually, I'm intolerant of a lot of things), but I do keep dry milk around for special recipes. Would that work? How bout sausage instead of Buddig?
Sausage would be just fine, the gravy base is what makes up most of the recipe and can be used for just about anything, but it requires the fat in the milk to get the right consistency.

Powdered Milk, Soy Milk, Skim Milk, Fat Free, etc... don't have the fat globules (Cream) needed to cause the proper thickening in scratch made gravy, I'm not certain what they add to the powder mix for instant gravy, but it's likely not powdered milk, most likely a starch mix of some kind.

May need to take some lactaid so you can enjoy the gravy.
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I have used corn starch or just let the moisture simmer off to thicken it.
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Naw, but you bring up the fine subject of what dishes do you cook while boondocking?

Last big trip, fixed scratch made meat loaf, stuffing, mashed potatoes and gravy for Dawn and I, and invited one of the other rally participants whose rig didn't have a kitchen in it to enjoy a hot dinner (Far better than cold cuts).
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I like to cook whatever makes the RV smell the best Mexican/Spanish dishes are great, soups and stews, Garlic...oh yes...garlic.

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Love my garlic, and my garlic powder, get it in the costco bottles to add to just about everything .

When I make my corn beef hash, I like to crack a few eggs into it while it sizzles in the pan, fresh out of the can, love Hereford brand, you can find it in the oddest of places and if yer bored and lazy, you can open the tin and sit it on the rocks next to the camp fire to cook .
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Hereford Huh. I will look for it, but I'm not going out of my way to find it. What stores normally carry it? Send me a couple of cans and call it charity.
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Yum. I love garlic. I just have to remember some mints afterwards. LOL
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Yep, it survived.

Now make us some scrambled eggs with salsa.
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Nope, right from the carton - into the bag. The look on their faces is priceless.
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Nope, right from the carton - into the bag. The look on their faces is priceless.
I had a feeling this is what you were gonna say.

I am sure you are a real hit in your neighborhood on Oct. 31st. LOL

I make up for you meanies by giving out carefully put together little goodie bags.
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Even though I am chock full of tools, I am still a girly girl when it comes to giving out halloweeny treats to the kiddies. LOL

I'm such a sucker. lol
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MH is broke, so I'll have to put some gravy in an envelop and mail it... someplace.

Did I tell you what I give out for Halloween? Scoops of ice cream.
Hey that gives me an idea! I will throw some empty cones in their bag and if they are smart they can get it together.
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Truth be known, I turn out the lights or am at the dunes. Haven't had my door bell ring in years.
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