Have you ever wondered how indigenous people cook their food without modern cooking pots?
Even though it is often overlooked, cooking is an important part of any survival experience. Plus, if you liberate yourself from all of those pots and pans filling up your backpack you can travel a lot lighter on the trail. This class will explore many interesting and useful cooking methods without utilizing any metal containers. Methods taught in this class will include, cooking directly on coals, with hot rocks, spit, cooking in vegetation, clay baking, and cooking underground. Primitive cooking can be lots of fun, and…. We all get to celebrate our cooking success by eating some really good food at the end!
This class is part lecture and part hands on participation. You will receive an email with class information after you register for the class.
**For multiple registrants from the same family, only one registration form is needed. Please use the Adult registration and list all names, gender and DOB for each person registering for the class**
Class Cost $95 Adult & Youth Pricing
Class Date: May 3, 2014
Class Times: 9:00am-4:00pm
Class Location: Our campus in Bastrop, TX at 137 Woodview Lane
*Open to ages 8 and up, children under the age of 13 must be accompanied by an adult participant.