Cooking in leaves allows various foods from meats to fish and vegetables to be cooked over open coals without drying out or burning the food.
Whether you’re camping at a state park or in your backyard, cooking over a campfire is fun. So we’ve found a variety of easy backyard campfire recipes.
For centuries, pemmican was the ultimate survival food. But is there any reason we would want to eat it today? Yes! And here’s the recipe.
Hardtack is a cracker made from flour, salt, and water. If you store it properly, it will last for decades. Here’s how to make it.
What if you have to cook indoors but you don’t have electricity? To avoid filling your home with smoke, you’ll need to use one of these options. #urbansurvivalsite #survivalcooking #offgrid #cooking #survival
These survival recipes are nutritious, easy to make, and have a long shelf life. Hardtack, pemmican, jerky, biltong, bannock, and more.
If you ever end up in a situation where you have to cook food without electricity, you’ll need some easy, simple recipes that work well over a fire. #urbansurvivalsite #bread #survivalbread #survivalfood #survivalrecipes
While bugging out should be done swiftly and without delay, longer trips (or camping trips) are going to require that you eat substantial meals. #urbansurvivalsite #bugout #buggingout #camping #camprecipes
It’s important that you practice off-grid cooking on a regular basis so you’re not doing it for the first time during a power outage.
You may want to familiarize yourself with these pioneer recipes so you can cook meals when there isn’t electricity.