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Bake Six Different Things - food.straw.bakesix PEP BB

BB Food Prep and Preservation - straw badge
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This is a badge bit (BB) that is part of the PEP curriculum.  Completing this BB is part of getting the straw badge in Food Prep and Preservation

For this badge bit, you will bake six different things!


(source: Pinterest.com)

Minimum requirements for this BB:
- Bake six things
  - At least two things are baked in a rocket oven
  - At least two things baked in cast iron
  - Bake one of each
      - Cake
      - Sweet bread (banana bread, zucchini bread, etc)
      - Casserole/lasagna
      - Pie
  - Bake two of the following (no duplication - ie. not two fritatas):
      - Frittata
      - Buns
      - Dinner rolls
      - Cinnamon rolls
      - Crumble
      - Brownies
      - Cookies
      - Cornbread
      - Fish
      - Calzone
      - Cinnamon bread or other fancy bread
      - Pizza (must be very different from your sand badge pizza)
      - Bread (must be very different from your sand badge bread)

To show you've completed this Badge Bit, you must provide proof of the following as pictures or video (<2 mins):
   - give the recipe for each thing you are baking
   - preparing each type of food to be baked
   - baking each type of food using the methods described (in the above minimum requirements)
   - finished baked goods (that meet the above minimum requirements)
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1st bake, bread tortillas. They did not want to roll out so are kinda fat like English muffins.
3 c fresh ground flour 1 tsp salt 1/4 c melted bacon grease 3/4 c sourdough starter.
2nd bake (cup) cakes. Making these for Valentine's day unfortunately the heart shaped 1/2 of the batch had an errand gust of gravity and ended up All over the floor.
7/8 fresh ground flour 1/2c sourdough starter 1/2c homemade yogurt 1/2c melted coconut oil 2/3c raw sugar 1tsp vanilla 1 egg 3/8c coco powder 1/2tsp Sea salt
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Starter check
Starter check
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Grinding
Grinding
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Mixing
Mixing
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Baking
Baking
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Starter
Starter check
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Mixing flour
Mixing flour
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Mixing sugar and oil
Mixing sugar and oil
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Baked
Baked
 
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3rd bake It's either here or stir fry. crepes!
2 c sourdough starter, 3 eggs, 3 Tbs melted butter, 3 Tbs brown sugar, 3 pinches of salt.
Okay try again 3rd baked french toast 6 eggs, 1/4 c milk 1 Tbs brown sugar, 1 Tbs flour, and a sprinkle of all the spices that taste good in pie. Slice as much bread as will fit on your baking tray, dip in egg mix place on parchment or similar liner bake at 350 for 20-30 minutes.
4th bake sourdough cinnamon rolls
1/2 c sourdough starter, 1c homemade yogurt, 1/4 c brown sugar, 1/4 c melted butter, 2 c whole wheat flour, 1 tsp vanilla, 1 tsp sea salt, 1 tsp baking powder,1 tsp baking soda. 1/4 c softened butter, 1/4c brown sugar, 2 Tbs cinnamon, 1/4 c chopped nuts
5th bake pie flour, water, cold butter, apple chunks fermentation, flour, oatmeal, brown sugar, olive oil
6th bake naan
3/4c homemade yogurt, 1 Tbs olive oil, 2 c ww flour, 1 tsp sea salt, 1 1/2 tsp brown sugar, 1 tsp yeast, melted butter to brush on top. The stoneware baking sheet develops a seasoning like cast iron and is even more sensitive to being washed with soap ( soap in pores flavors everything you bake afterwards.)
7th bake cornbread
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Crepe baking
Crepe baking
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Ingredients
Ingredients
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Cleaning up
Cleaning up
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Leftover egg mix and bread
Leftover egg mix and bread
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On tray
On tray
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Baking
Baking
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Flip
Flip
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Top with what you like
Top with what you like
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Ingredients 1st batch for cinnamon rolls
Ingredients 1st batch for cinnamon rolls
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Mix and cover for 8 hrs.
Mix and cover for 8 hrs.
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Filling ingredients
Filling ingredients
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Cinnamon roll log
Cinnamon roll log
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Done
Done
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Pie mid assembly
Pie mid assembly
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Ready to bake
Ready to bake
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Done
Done
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Ingredients
Ingredients
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Done
Done
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I can't believe I forgot to take a picture of the finished cornbread
I can't believe I forgot to take a picture of the finished cornbread
Staff note (gir bot) :

Someone flagged this submission as not complete.
BBV price: 2
Note: Crepes are not baked and this BB requires six different baked goods.  Please review requirements before submitting.

 
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Please note that ALL food prep BBs strictly prohibit plastic, teflon or aluminum touching the food during the cooking or storage process.  

This includes food that came in plastic containers from the store, ziplock bags, plastic cooking utensils like spoons, spatulas, teflon pans, etc.

The end goal is to move toward cooking from own-grown ingredients and similar sources and using PEP principles (for example sustainable and non-toxic materials) as much as possible.

Some BB submissions are being grandfathered in, but we are moving toward more strict enforcement of this policy.
 
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