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PRIMITIVE COOKING on the BEACH! – Catch and Cook Lobsters and Clams…


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Date: August 19, 2019

01) PRIMITIVE COOKING on the BEACH! – Catch and Cook Lobsters and Clams


“We collect salt water clams using a shovel and then cook up our lobsters in a primitive pit covered steamed with hot rocks and seaweed.

This method of cooking is very simple, you just dig a hole, fill with hot rocks and coals, put in seaweed, whatever you want to steam, then more seaweed and cover with sand to allow to cook. We let it steam for about 30 minutes, until the lobster’s antenna popped off.

The find clams on the beach, look for a small hole made by the clam and then dig out about 6″ from the hole and down 1-2 feet. Be careful when digging that you don’t crush the shell or you will get a lot of sand inside the meat of the clam which is really bad on your teeth.

I’m not sure if this cooking is more primitive technology or bushcraft but it can be done very simply by just digging a hole and heating up hot rocks. We are digging the clams up in Maine, USA on the coast. I license to dig clams for 3 days costs around $15 and you can gather several pecks.”

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The secret recipe for plant-based vegan burgers – Chef David Lee, Planta…


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Date: August 15, 2019

01) The secret recipe for plant-based vegan burgers – Chef David Lee, Planta


“The recipe and ingredients that Planta chef David Lee uses to make his Planta plant-based burger. Chef David Lee talks to White Coat, Black Art’s Dr. Brian Goldman about what goes into one of his restaurant’s top seller and what spurred Lee on to plant-based eating.

Read more about it here:
https://www.cbc.ca/radio/whitecoat/food-as-medicine-how-this-newfoundland-community-got-hooked-on-plant-based-eating-1.5135939/why-planta-chef-david-lee-takes-a-non-vegan-approach-to-plant-based-eating-1.5143246

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Catch n’ Cook SPICY Crawfish and WILD Trout!…


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Date: July 16, 2019

01) Catch n’ Cook SPICY Crawfish and WILD Trout!


“I have never gone 3 for 3 on wild trout in this river before! Then to catch that nice bag of crawfish and cook it all up in a mini-crawfish boil — it does not get any better than that!

There are so many fishing places to find, crawdad holes to wade through and new places to explore and I am literally in the middle of the city! You guys have to try this stuff for yourselves! It is the most satisfying fun you will ever have!”

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Primitive Technology Guy – Finding Giant Rat Holes and Eat Rats…


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Date: May 09, 2019

01) Primitive Technology Guy – Finding Giant Rat Holes and Eat Rats

Warning: Very Graphic


“The two guys were using primitive technology seeking for rats in the holes to eat. In this video, you will watch them digging rat holes and cook them to eat.It looks like wilderness technology or primitive wildlife.”

Nature is quite the economical grocery store…

…But shouldn’t he be wearing gloves, so he cant get bit?

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As Seen On TV Frying Pans TESTED! (Red Copper, Blue Diamond, GraniteRock)…


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Date: April 01, 2019

01) As Seen On TV Frying Pans TESTED! (Red Copper, Blue Diamond, GraniteRock)


“We TESTED and Reviewed The Red Copper, Blue Diamond and Granite Rock! As Seen On TV’s Most Famous Frying Pans Face-Off! We put them against their own commercials and each other to find out which is best!”

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18th Century Cheese Curd Fritters…


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Date: March 10, 2019

01) 18th Century Cheese Curd Fritters


“Today’s recipe is a little different: Cheese-curd fritters from Eliza Smith’s 1758 cookbook, “The Compleat Housewife.” We found it a bit challenging to make cheese curds in camp, but we managed to pull it off. If you don’t want to go to those lengths, you can often find cheese curds at your grocer. Either way, deep fried and topped with sugar, you can’t really go wrong! Enjoy!”

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