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HomeSurvivalFood and Cooking

Food & Cooking

  
Food:
 
Realities of Harvesting Plants for Food
by Caleb Musgrave - Canadian Bushcraft (www.canadianbushcraft.ca)

Wild Teas
by Caleb Musgrave - Canadian Bushcraft (www.canadianbushcraft.ca)

Edible Wild Plants

Edible Wild Fungi

Unsung Foodstock
by Grey Man of the Woods

A Note on Eating Alder Catkins (now only on the Stone Age Skills website)
by Storm

At Home In The Wilderness Part V: Edible Plants
by Tom Brown Jr., from Mother Earth News, Issue #75

Some Food For Thought
by Karen Sherwood, from True Tracks, Summer-Fall 1996

Neanderthal Food Drying
by Pete Lynah,
from The Tracker magazine, May 1982

Time For Tea
by Karen Magnuson Sherwood, from The Tracker magazine, Summer 1982

Poisonous Plants - You should also get to know the plants which are poisonous.

Cooking:

Steam Pit Cooking
Joseph Longshore II

Cooking with Rocks in a Birch Bark Wok
by Chris Gilmour and Laura Alward

Cooking With Nature
by Storm

Boiling With Hot Stones (now only on the Stone Age Skills website)
by Storm

Bow's Bush Food
by Allan "Bow" Beauchamp

Earth Oven & Pit Cooking

At Home In The Wilderness Part VI: Survival Cooking
by Tom Brown Jr., from Mother Earth News, Issue #76

Cooking With Nettles
by Mark Tollefson, from True Tracks, Spring 1999

Steam Pit Cooking a Tasty Experience
by Mark Tollefson, from True Tracks, Summer 2000

Cream of Sorrel Soup
Ann Hessel, from The Tracker magazine, February 1982

Tom & Judy Brown's Famous Acorn Yeast Bread
Karen Magneson, from The Tracker magazine, May 1982

See also the Hunting section of this website
See also the Fishing section of this website - fish are an excellent wild food
See also the Fire section of this website - many wild foods require cooking, which requires fire
See also the Containers section of this website - containers are useful for gathering, storing and cooking food, and for holding food while you eat