Cave Cooking: Primitive Cooking is our way of teaching you about primitive cooking and food preparation tricks and techniques. In these DVDs, Karen explains many of the cool little tricks that make cooking in the woods fun, productive and satisfying. Get a napkin ready, you'll be drooling after you see some of these tricks!
One Reviewer said, "Karen Hood is the Martha Stewart of the wilderness... without the attitude!"
Karen Hood takes you to Salmon, Idaho to meet with professional Abo cooker Denyce Bigley of Salmon Outdoor School.
Follow Denyce through the steps the American Indians would have taken to prepare and use an entire buffalo for food. Learn all the steps to make a Native American meat perservation rack and how to smoke meat using it. Learn how to use the Buffalo's stomache as a cooking vessel the ancient way. Learn how to cook Buffalo Stew using hot rocks, how to cook fish using bark and clay, how to utilize the intestines for traditional Buffalo Sausage. Learn about some wild edibles the Native Americans would have used in cooking. See how to use those wild edibles to make a delicious and nutritious hot tea. All this and much more in this stunner of a DVD! This title is a companion to our Woodsmaster Vol 16 and Vol 17- Buffalo Butchers DVDs with Ron Hood. Approx. 1 hr 25 min. +
Believe it or not, I was so impressed with this series of videos that it was one of the reasons I started CampingSurvival.com. Being a former Marine and outdoors enthusiast, I greatly appreciate the excellent job Ron and Karen Hood do of sharing their vast knowledge of camping and survival skills. However, despite all that they teach in every video, I still find them to be very entertaining as well. These videos are so enjoyable that they make me long for Spring even before winter has started! Buy one and I guarantee you'll want to buy them all!
- Tom Sciacca President JHL Supply/CampingSurvival.com
Ron and Karen Hood, the folks that make these high quality wilderness and urban survival videos really take their business seriously and do a lot more than make videos and play in the dirt. They also have a great forum dedicated to the same things. You can get tons of information about survival and preparedness here. Check it out if you're serious about getting into survival and preparedness. Click here to see our whole line of wilderness and urban survival skills videos.