Eat Like an Astronaut with NASA’s Recipe for Cornbread Dressing

Preparing a Thanksgiving feast in space is a lot easier than here on Earth, but the end after dehydration, irradiation, and rehydration aren’t exactly the height of appetizing. Still, the environment more than makes up for it, and apparently the cornbread dressing is (relatively) fantastic.

Source: Eat Like an Astronaut with NASA’s Recipe for Cornbread Dressing

The recipe is not vegetarian.  There’s no room for dietary restrictions when your food is determined by weight with respect to payload & getting it into space/upper atmosphere.

Whole Grain Cornbread

Great as a snack, with chili or an alternative for dinner rolls.  A good source of calcium, iron, magnesium, phosphorus, potassium, folic acid, folates and vitamins A, B-6 and B-12.  It also provides fiber, which not only help regulate bowel movements but also absorb cholesterol and lower blood sugars as they move through the digestive system.

Here’s the recipe.