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A hearty dish that uses kitchen garden staples: potatoes and onions.
Drying fruit into a "leather" was a simple and effective preservation technique.
This dish is a good example of how fresh vegetables were used.
Staying Fed on the Frontier
As the country grew, people continued to move west, exploring and settling new territory. The pioneers' journeys were long and dull, especially where food was concerned. Everything on the journey had to be portable, which meant there was a lot of dried food. Pioneers ate dried meat like salt pork and beef jerky. These were accompanied by dried beans, flour, cornmeal, and rice. There was not much variety on a journey that could be as long as 2,000 miles.
Pioneer recipes on the frontier used food that had to be portable.
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