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Survival recipe video: How to cook trout in foil over a campfire

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Does your area have stocked fishing ponds for kids? Here is a great fishing and cooking method to “hook” the youngsters!.

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Video how to: Cook with your indoor Dutch oven using charcoal

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Suppose your Dutch oven is designed for inside use, with a rounded top and flat bottom. Can you modify it to work effectively outdoors? Yes, and here’s how.

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Survival recipes: Award-winning Dutch oven beer-braised rabbit

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In an emergency situation, tasty recipes you can concoct under primitive conditions are a survival tool. Here’s a great recipe for rabbit, either wild or domestic, that can be cooked outside, using the coals from a campfire.

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Cottontail rabbits are prolific andare widely distributed throughout the United States. (U.S. Fish and Wildlife photo)

Ten reasons to eat rabbit meat, and one award-winning rabbit recipe

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Rabbit meat is usually overlooked as a protein source. It shouldn’t be. Here’s why it should be on your menu.

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Foil wrap campfire cooking | Make easy, tasty meals for outdoor energy

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What happens if you end up with a campfire, some food, and a piece of aluminum foil – can you combine those to make a tasty meal?

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Pinto beans are a standard storage food staple, and cooking them is easy.

Biomass stove survival cooking video: How to make Re-fried Beans

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Beans are a staple of long term food storage, and for good reason. But how can you serve beans regularly, while still adding some variety?

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Downriver: Chapter 7 Bill Byers the Logger

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    From Cass Lake to Grand Rapids, Mike and I paddled through the land of Paul Bunyon, the legendary logger, on the river that was the highway of the Minnesota timber industry until the 1940s. The world’s largest animated man, according to theme park hype, is this display of Paul Bunyon in Brainerd. Local legends are part of the…

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