Back in the Depression and World War II years, chipped beef was a popular meal for those who were looking to stretch war time rations.
Meat was hard to come by, and had to be stretched at all costs. This meal was simple and easy to make. I’ve even heard rumor that it was used for the men who were serving in the military. It goes by several names including chipped beef, Shit on a Shingle, and SOS.
What is chipped beef? It’s a thinly sliced and dried beef. It is impossible to find in an organic form, and can even be difficult to locate at a grocery store. You can substitute by using organic thin sliced deli beef or ham.
****For Gluten Free, use arrowroot or cornstarch***
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