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    As anyone who has camped with me knows I like to cook when I am in the woods. There are 4 basic methods that work well in the woods.

    1. Boiling- the most nutritious
    2. Baking- easy to do with foil or a dutch oven
    3. Roasting(Planking)- no cookware needed
    4. Frying- least healthy, but best tasting



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    IA, nice video, I like the way you cook.
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    Well, I apologize. I must have completely missed the dinner invite. Maybe it would up in my junk mail folder. In any case, you did a nice job on the video and the food. A little rep your way.

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    I enjoyed the video too! IA Woodsman! I will be spending alot of time out this summer as it has really made my outlook alot better on life with just one short trip! Care to share your bannok recipe?
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    Another great video. Thanks.
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    Excellent video.
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    Very good video, I'm sure you peaked some interest in a number of people.

    I haven't quite gotten into the video age yet. People like yourself have contributed much to the wilderness skills education through you videos. Keep up the good work.
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    Cool,, Thanks

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    what about the buried slow cook method? lol

    Nice video. I loved using the dutch oven in scouts and really need to go buy myself one.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rick View Post
    Well, I apologize. I must have completely missed the dinner invite. Maybe it would up in my junk mail folder. In any case, you did a nice job on the video and the food. A little rep your way.
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    Quote Originally Posted by COWBOYSURVIVAL View Post
    I enjoyed the video too! IA Woodsman! I will be spending alot of time out this summer as it has really made my outlook alot better on life with just one short trip! Care to share your bannok recipe?
    It is
    1 cup of flour
    1 Tsp of baking powder
    1/8 Tsp of salt
    Then add what ever you want. You can also cheat and use Bisquik

    Quote Originally Posted by pgvoutdoors View Post
    Very good video, I'm sure you peaked some interest in a number of people.

    I haven't quite gotten into the video age yet. People like yourself have contributed much to the wilderness skills education through you videos. Keep up the good work.
    Thanks, glad you enjoy them.

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