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Recipe: Make quick, easy apricot energy bars

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Are you using the storage foods in your pantry? Here’s a way to use those ingredients to make delicious apricot energy bars for that next hike or outing.

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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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The hunt isn’t over when the animal is harvested. One of the best parts of the hunting experience is when you can start feasting on the meat!

Venison recipe: How to make meatball stew over a campfire

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During a wilderness or urban emergency, simple, easy-to-prepare food is both fuel and a morale-builder! When it comes to Dutch oven and campfire cooking, Linda Stephenson is a recognized expert with a lot of experience that carries over into survival cooking!

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Campfire Survival Cooking: Learn the Green Stick Tripod Method

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Some of the most valuable survival tools are simple, useful methods of doing everyday tasks. Here’s a simple way to cook over a campfire when you don’t have a grill or some sort of pot holder.

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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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For a quick tasty campfire meal try Venison Delight

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The hunt isn’t over after the harvest: The best part is enjoying the meat! This recipe can be made over a campfire or in your kitchen at home.

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Survival cooking: Try a wok for fast, efficient food preparation

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A wok is a great implement for producing large amounts of food quickly, and it eliminates the need for a lot of fuel. The heat source can be anything from a biomass stove to a campfire.

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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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Campfire cooking for large family reunions: Cottonwood Grilled Chicken video

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I love regional recipes, and came across a great one for grilled Cottonwood Chicken in June at a family reunion.

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Survival recipe video: How to Make Easy, Foil Wrap Fish

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An easy way to cook small fish over a campfire or on a grill is to wrap them with aluminum foil. Here’s a quick, easy method.

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