How to Make Hardtack - The Bread that Lasts Forever
Hardtack is best served in a stew or soup or soaked in tea or coffee to allow it to soften.
Published on Jul 6, 2017
Here is a perfect recipe from the Prepsteader's Pantry to get the kids involved in Homesteading and Survival! Ships Biscuit or Hard Tack has been around for centuries...literally. With many examples around today, it is almost an indestructible food! Learn how easy it is to make and get the simple recipe over at PREPSTEADERS.com This will actually become a legit comfort food in an event like TEOTWAWKI or such. With so many ways to use it, it's worth baking up a few batches and setting them away in storage with a good oxygen absorber or 2 in some old canning jars.
4 Cups Flour (added 2 at the front, and 2 more later)
2 Cups Water
4 Teaspoons Salt
Please keep in mind that baking time will vary depending on the thickness of the dough and the humidity in air where you live.
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