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Name: Sweet Yucca Paste
Category: Emergency Survival Food
Rating: Not rated yet.
Ingredients:
  • fruits from a broad leaf yucca plant--they grow on a stalk that comes up from the center of the plant
How to prepare:

Bake in a covered pit or slow burning fire--as long as you can--overnight is best.Peel off the skin and remove the seeds and fiber. What is left is a sweet paste that can be eaten or shaped into bars and dried for more emergency food for later.

Sent by: cv On: 2004-06-17

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I have found that the best way, that I've found anyways, to cook on a campfire is to make the fire ring in a keyhole shape. You simply build your fire in the big end, and when you have a nice bed of coals, rake some down to the narrow end. If you need more, your fire is still there making you coals and giving you heat and light. Using this way allows the food to be cooked more evenly and keeps you from burning all the hair off your head. It only took once to learn that lesson.

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