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Old July 18th, 2010 #1
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Wilderness oven
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Old March 19th, 2013 #2
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Bannock:
Bannock is a quick and easy way to make bread. It is a very accessible calorie source.
Recipe: Flour/water, a little baking powder, and a toss of salt.
After those ingredients are mixed it is what ever you wish to add. Bannock can be used as a main meal by adding meat, a dessert by adding maple syrup and cinnamon, or just as bread by adding nuts and berries.

The first video demonstrates how easy it is to cook by showing different ways it can be cooked.

The second video is Ray Mears with a full blown recipe that includes many preferences to the recipe which includes rum.


 
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Reference link for wildlife diseases that affect humans.

http://icwdm.org/handbook/damage/WildlifeDiseases.asp
 
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Old May 6th, 2013 #5
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Fern fronds are starting to pop up all through the woods. I might sauté some tonight with butter. Some from a few days ago have already unfurled, they don't last for very long.

 
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Fern fronds are starting to pop up all through the woods. I might sauté some tonight with butter. Some from a few days ago have already unfurled, they don't last for very long.

I thought that I had it bad.....ain't never had to eat no fern sprouts before.
 
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Fern fronds are starting to pop up all through the woods. I might sauté some tonight with butter. Some from a few days ago have already unfurled, they don't last for very long.

Fiddleheads? They are delicious.
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Fiddleheads? They are delicious.
See, I purchased them once frozen at the store out of curiosity, and they were downright dreadful! Fresh picked from the woods will be a thousand times better.
 
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See, I purchased them once frozen at the store out of curiosity, and they were downright dreadful! Fresh picked from the woods will be a thousand times better.
They sell them fresh here but they're only available for one week out of the year. I'm sure your fresh picked ones are going to be delicious.
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Cooking Rattlesnake.

 
Old June 11th, 2013 #11
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Has anyone tried either bulrushes or cattails?
 
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