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Confederate Hospital TOAST SOUP Civil War Recipe - HARD TIMES - food in times of scarcity

When food deliveries were interrupted by weather delays or other challenges, soldiers were forced to forage the countryside to supplement their meager diets. Yankee Soldier.

Preheat oven to degrees F. Using a knife, cut dough into 3-inch cracker squares.

Punch four rows of holes, four holes per row, into each cracker. Bake for 30 minutes. Remove from oven, turn crackers over on the sheet and return to the oven and bake another 30 minutes.


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Cool completely. Confederate Soldier. Many Southern soldiers simply cooked cornmeal mush around a rifle ramrod.

Hardtack and Coffee or, The Unwritten Story of Army Life

T hey took the cornmeal and swirled it around in grease, making a dough. They then wrapped the dough around their rifle ramrod and cooked it over the campfire.

Synonyms for hardtack

That was called "sloosh". Corn Pone Corn pone was a staple of early settlers and Civil War soldiers.


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  • Cover with a dishcloth and let it sit for 15 to 20 minutes. The batter should still be soft enough to mold into a small cake. Change these feelings of mine. Down in the valley of the fleeting stream Parched Sudanese tongues crying to you Below, below, the sacred Nile Pestilence took my sweetheart She was dark, now she is blue Like the cataracts dividing the stream And the tearducts dividing my eyes Below, below, the sacred Nile Torn in our tumult From the bleak savan' Starve like we all her cherrious face Now forever blemished Therefore let us dine on hardtack Suffer for the things of the marble world Below, below, the sacred Nile Where we'll go and prosper Go receive heaven's reward Long, long, the vaporous mile Fast along the toiling road To the land of reward, we go I compared her to a flower Fair a fragrance as ever conceived To think her smile is a nest for ants Below, below, the sacred Nile Change these feelings about me!

    I am eager to see her again But I won't obey the winds Below, below, the sacred Nile As far as fragrance is concerned.

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