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Campfire and Dutch oven recipes

Campfire cooking and using dutch ovens is easy when you know how. It also is a great way to cook foods to survive after a natural disaster in an urban environment.

Recipe: Dutch Oven Rabbit ‘N’ Gravy

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Whether you hunt small game, or raise rabbits for food, knowing how to cook the meat of these animals could be  a very important survival skill. by Leon Pantenburg The U.S. Department of Agriculture circular #549 calls rabbit: “The most nutritious meat available.” Rabbit has 795 calories per pound, according to the USDA, compared to chicken with 810; veal, 840;…

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Survival Recipe: Northern Cornbread and Iowa Green Beans

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  Survival food is sustenance that can be made easily during a survival or emergency situation using mainly simple, long-term storage food items, cooked outdoors, using off-the-grid methods. Skillet cornbread is an ideal accompaniment to just about anything from the garden! by Karla Moore   I call this Northern Cornbread because it’s a little sweet, just the way I like…

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Survival Recipe: How to Cook Morel Mushrooms

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  One of my favorite Rites of Spring is going out to hunt those elusive Morel mushrooms.  And, before anyone asks…NO, I won’t tell you where I get them! by Karla Moore This week’s recipe is totally from memory….my husband  didn’t  find any morels this year…too cold, too dry and the sun didn’t shine right…sigh… But, for those who did…

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