Camp fire Cooking

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When you’re on the trail, it’s good to take foods that don’t require any cooking. It’s also good to do as much preparation ahead of time as you can. Take bags of precut vegetables for cooking and for healthy snacks. Repackage dry cereals into small baggies. Breakfast Ideas: Breakfast bars, juice, peanut butter on apple slices, granola mixed with yogurt, fruit leathers, cheese rice cakes, fresh fruit, jerky. Lunch Ideas: Crackers and cheese, fresh fruit, raw baby carrots, celery, broccoli and cauliflower pieces, peanut and banana sandwich, cream cheese, jelly and sunflower seeds on a bagel, dried fruits, individual pudding or fruit packs. Dinner Ideas: Canned tuna, mixed dried fruits, bagel and cream cheese Cheese, apples and walnuts in pita bread; baby carrots, cookies. Dried beef with cream cheese in bread, raw vegetables, dried banana chips.

Butter on the Trail Supplies: Clean quart jar Strainer Storage container Ingredients: Whipping cream salt Put one cup of cream into a clean quart jar, cover, and shake the jar until the cream becomes very heavy and separates into buttermilk and small pellets of butter. This is a good group project because it will take several minutes for this to happen. Drain the buttermilk and rinse the butter pellets in cold water. Press the butter until all the water is gone. Lightly salt the butter and press it into a container. Refrigerate.

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