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BB Submitted for consideration.  To ensure that I can track my learning and add new information, I journal my experience and this journal will form my SKIP Book.
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Photographic Evidence
Photographic Evidence
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Writen Journal documenting learning
Writen Journal documenting learning
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Note: clean an oily dish (plate or bowl--not a skillet/pan/pot/etc) without soap

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I need to read all the BB requirements properly.  It is an easy trap to fall into. The first line says "Not a skillet/pan/pot/etc"  Even staff can get it wrong.

 
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Tried this method out with an eggs and toast plate from breakfast—very successfully!

1) Dirty plate

2) Scrapping into compost

3) Wipe with paper

4) Boiling water (made tea too lol)

5) Clean plate!

(edited bc I submitted too early)
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Dirty plate
Dirty plate
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Compost
Compost
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Wiping
Wiping
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Water
Water
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Clean plate!
Clean plate!
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Having not read the BB requirements correctly in round 1, attached is my corrected submission using a plate for round 2
I always journal the learning for my BBs so I can form my SKIP journey book  Both the pictures and the journal form the BB entry for each activity
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Photographs showing oily dish being cleaned
Photographs showing oily dish being cleaned
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Journal showing what I learned by researching and doing the BB
Journal showing what I learned by researching and doing the BB
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My first BB!
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Bacon Grease (no scraps)
Bacon Grease (no scraps)
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Wiped with paper towel
Wiped with paper towel
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Rinsed w boiling water (we don't have taps)
Rinsed w boiling water (we don't have taps)
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Paper towel ready to start next fire
Paper towel ready to start next fire
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Left some freshly cooked bacon on this plate and it was super oily when I finally got back to clean it.

Mmm bacon grease


Using my handy scraper, best free add on I've been given for the kitchen


Adding the grease to the grease jar


After the scraping


Wiping the excess for a future fire


Some piping hot water to be swished around the plate


Voila, clean, not slimy plate!

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