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    Default what's for dinner

    how simple survival cooking can be and looks mighty tasty https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bmm8GklNH20

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    why eat the weenies when you have a perfectly good cow only 15 yards away?

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uCTu9ol5SOY maybe some eggplant with them weenies you will need to balance your meals to maintain your health and vigor

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    today we learn what can be accomplished on the simple 1 burner butane stove without over prepping . The skills of the cook are amazing in my opinion https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=bMzjA1IGIR8

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    AND then you run out of propane.
    I do have half dozen propane bottles sitting about but once you learn to cook with wood, you are set for the long run.

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    Swede army messkit.
    Run out of alcohol? Switch to charcoal "hobo stove"
    (By the time this happens you should have dig a stove/smoker back into a bank.)
    “Americans talk a lot about the value of freedom, but are actually afraid of anyone who truly exhibits it”.
    : Billy (The kid / Dennis Hopper).

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0VhybREWpw this is cooking on charcoal which they make themselves simple cooking is a way of life which could be adapted to our survival plan .

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    Quote Originally Posted by one shot 1 View Post
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=F0VhybREWpw this is cooking on charcoal which they make themselves simple cooking is a way of life which could be adapted to our survival plan .
    wow, now i am hungry.

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    more basic cooking , tonight we will have pigs head and rice with egg all cooked in the field demonstrating basic survival skills https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=JaykHF5eN1A

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=slETOw8Uvu8 looks like sweet jumbos and beer over an open flame living this survival life could get comfy

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    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Bbvy35CWmSY no oven no problem I think we need to rethink prepping and start thinking adapting to conditions

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    Kippers, sardines,( larger canned salmon, mackerel) drank the liquid first ....3 meals a can stored in a container in back pack.
    When young and hunting all day...one can and crackers, Coffey or water ...lasted me 5 hours about one meal.
    And found if blurred can in deer trails....they does would paw the cans up standing still for a shot....that I didn't take!
    You could warm in can in the sun...if not too cold. Or engine block while still hot in no time.

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    I was low on charcoal last week when I cooked some burgers on the grill,

    so I went to my woodpile (for the chiminea) and go some smaller pieces of Oak and Cherry and added that to the Chimney I use to start my charcoal,

    it was aged enough, and dry , so started right up,

    cooked dinner on the grill, no issues no drama,


    delicious
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    Cooking tomatoe sauce slowly all night.... for tommorrows pasta!
    meat cooked well,seasoned resting and will be added tomorrow.
    Smell that smell ....

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