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Thanks Mike. Understood . . . Keeping what’s there as required and then adding these in as optional extras would only make it harder for newcomers like me. I’m guessing when it comes to preserving millions of calories, then everything I’ve mention could count.
 
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I think I just earned  my first sand badge in the food aspect:

fry an egg so that it slides around
Brown Rice: stovetop
Brown Rice: Instant Pot
Brown Rice: solar oven
Brown Rice: haybox cooker
water bath canning
dry food in a solar food dehydrator
vinegar brine pickle something
salt brine ferment/pickle something
cook stir fry
make soup / stew / chowder
make pizza
Bake 2 loaves of bread

(I don't see how to submit this for BB approval...though I guess it's not a BB...I'll assume you guys just do something magic on the back-end until I'm corrected.)
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Congratulations on your first sand badge!  I did the magic.

 
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Christopher Weeks wrote:I think I just earned  my first sand badge in the food aspect:


Congratulations Christopher,
You now have a shiny new badge and the power to approve badge bits for other people.
 
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Here is my submission for the Food Preparation and Preservation Sand Badge.

1. make 2 loaves of bread
2. bake pizza
3. cook grain on stove top
4. cook grain with solar oven
5. cook soup, stew
6. cook grain slow cooker
7. cook stir fry
8. cook grain rocket stove
9. fry egg on cast iron
10. water bath canning
11. salt brine ferment pickle something
12. dehydrate food solar dehydrator
13. pickle something vinegar brine
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