How to Cook Fish On a Stick I / Kala küpsetamine orgi otsas 1 – Easy Outdoors Cooking

How to cook outside – cooking fish on a stick. An outdoors bushcraft survival recipe.

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There are many ways for cooking fish on a campfire. You can boil the fish and make fish soup, you can pan fry the fish, use a plank or a stick. You do not need to know them all, it is enough you know just one. By heart.

To cook fish on a stick, you need a stick. The size of the stick depends on the size of the fish. After you found a suitable stick, peel it, because you do not want the bark leave an aftertaste to your fish. Next clean the fish but leave the head. Now drive the stick through the hollwed out fish, from the tail to mouth. Place the fish over a fire and wait until it is done.

Grilled fish is a nutritious and healthy food, that is easy to make even if you do not know how to cook fish on a campfire. And if you are interested, how to survive in the wilderness or you like bushcraft survival outdoors tricks and tips, check out our channel.

Läksid mõneks päevaks kalale. Said mõned kalad ning mõtlesid need endale õhtusöögiks teha. Aga sa pole päris kindel, kuidas lõkkel süüa teha. Ara muretse, Easy Outdoors aitab sind hädast välja.

Kindlasti tead sa, kuidas küpsetada kala? Väga hea, siis sa tead ka, kuidas küpsetada kala lõkkel. Ilmselt kõige lihtsam moodus, kuidas õues süüa teha, on teha seda lõkkel. Kala küpsetamine lõkkel nõuab sult väga vähe asju. Eeldusel muidugi, et sinu kalapüük õnnestus ning sa tead, kuidas tuld teha.

Kala küpsetamine orgi otsas. Esmalt valmista endale üks piisavalt suur varras. Kui suur on piisavalt suur? Sõltub sellest, kui suurt kala sa küpsetada tahad. Seejärel koori varras ära, sest sa ei taha, et koor kalale mingit kummalist kõrvalmaitset jätab. Nüüd puhasta kala, kuid jäta pea külge. Võta ork ning aja see kala saba juurest läbi kõhuõõne suust välja. Pane lõkke kohale ning oota, kuni kala valmis saab.

Küpsetatud kala, eriti orgi otsas või pakul küpsetatud kala, grillitud kala või lihtsalt lõkkel küpsetatud kala , on tervislik ning hea. Ja mis põhiline, seda on ka lihtne valmistada ka siis, kui sul pole õrna aimugi, kuidas looduses süüa teha.

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How To Make Baked Apples (Campfire Cooking)

Learn to cook hot, sweet & sticky baked apples, right in the coals of the campfire. We show you how to make them in our easy video guide. Kids and adults love this outdoor dessert.

This video accompanies our Family Campfire Cooking Workshop which is available to watch right here on the channel:

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How to Make Fireweed Tea or Ivan Chai / Põdrakanepi tee ehk Ivan tšai – Easy Outdoors Cooking

How to make fireweed or rosebay willowherb tea – an Ivan Chai recipe.

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Fireweed is a perennial member of the evening primrose family. It is also known as willow herb, Rosebay willowherb, great willow herb, fireweed and Canadian willowherb.

Fireweed has been used safely as a tea for hundreds of years in Russia, and throughout Europe, both as a dried green leaf and as a fermented black tea drink. For centuries in Europe tea made out of fireweed leaves, also known as Russian Tea or Ivan Chai, was the tea of commerce. Ivan chai or Koporye tea as it is called in Russia, is synonymous with fermented fireweed tea.

The specifics on how to make fireweed tea can vary, but it generally made as follows. Fireweed leaves are harvested from plants either before flowering or during flowering. Leaves are stripped from the stems at harvest. Once the leaves are harvested they should be sorted and any damaged or diseased leaves removed from the pile. Let the leaves to sit for about a day before you start rolling them. The leaves are ready for rolling when they are dry enough to bend at the center vein without breaking. The rolling process breaks the leaf tissues and mixes enzymes. Place the leaves loosely in a air tight container to ferment. Set the container out of direct sunlight at room temperature. Let the leaves ferment for 2 to 3 days, moving them around once or twice a day. The environment in the container must be humid so the leaves don't dry out, but not so humid that they all mold. Discard any moldy leaves. After the leaves are a very dark green, almost black, lay them out in the sun to dry or dry the leaves in a 100C oven for about 40 minutes.

Now you can brew yourself a nice cup of fireweed tea. Take two teaspoons of the tea and place it into a cup. Fill the cup with hot water and let it sit for about 15 minutes. Enjoy! Fireweed tea tastes great and has many health benefits.

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Põdrakanepi tee. Ahtaleheline põdrakanep on pajulilleliste sugukonda pajulille perekonda kuuluv mitmeaastane rohttaim, mis kasvab valgusküllastes kohtades.

Tegelikult saab põdrakanepit kasutada mitmeti. Noored põdrakanepivõrsed on head toiduks nii toorelt kui keedetult. Neid saab valmistada eraldi roana nagu sparglit, millest ka nimetus vaese mehe spargel, aga need sobivad suurepäraselt ka erinevate toitude sisse. Samuti on söödav taime juur, mida on mõistlik korjata kevadeti enne taime õitsemist või sügisel pärast taime õitsemist. Põdrakanepi lehti saab kasutada salatites, kuid kõige enam tehakse neist teed.

Põdrakanepi tee valmistamiseks on mitu moodust. Neid võib kasutada toorelt, kuivatatult või fermenteeritult. Viimast võimalust tuntakse ka Vene tee või Ivan tšaina, mis on pärit, nagu nimestki võib järeldada, Venemaalt ning oli omal ajal väga populaarne kuum jook. Ka Euroopas, enne kui britid selle oma kolooniatest toodud musta teega välja tõrjusid.

Kõige parem aeg Ivan tšai tegemiseks on kesksuvel, kui taim õitseb. Korja paras kogus lehti, eemalda nende hulgast koledamad ning kahjustada saanud eksemplarid ning pane ülejäänud närbuma. Lehed on edasiseks töötlemiseks valmis, kui sa saad neid painutada nii, et roots enam ei murdu. Selleks võib kuluda umbes ööpäev.

Järgmiseks rulli lehti pihkude vahel, kuni neist hakkab mahla erituma. Sa oled õigel teel, kui selle tegevuse käigus omandavad su käed kergelt roheka tooni. See tähendab, et lehtede koed on katki läinud ning mahlad valla pääsenud.

Edasi pane lehed mingisugusesse anumasse, kata see kinni ning pane otsese päikesevalguse eest varju. Lase lehtedel päev kuni paar fermenteeruda neid aeg ajalt segades. Tingimused anumas peavad olema piisavalt niisked, et lehed ära ei kuivaks, kuid mitte liiga niisked, et tekiks hallitus. Kui lehed on omandanud tumerohelise, peaaegu musta tooni, kuivata need ära. Võid teha seda nii loomulikul teel kui ahjus.

Esimese variandi puhul laota lehed õhukese kihina paberile või kandikule laiali ning aseta need päikese kätte. Sedasi talitades saad lõpuks joogi, mis oma olemuselt meenutab pisut rohelist teed. Teise variandi puhul kuumuta lehti 100°C temperatuuri juures 40 minutit ahjus. Tulemuseks on musta tee sarnane rüübe. Mõlemal juhul kasuta teejoogi valmistamiseks umbes kaks teelusikatäit ürti tassi keeva vee kohta.

Tegelikult on võimalik põdrakanepi lehtedest ka väiksema vaevaga mõnusat keelekastet valmistada. Selleks võid kasutada nii värskeid kui tavalisel kombel kuivatatud lehti. Ning ka Ivan tšai valmistamine pole lõplikult kivisse raiutud, mistõttu võid julgelt katsetada ja proovida, et endale kõige sobilikum viis leida.

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How To Make Campfire Popcorn (Outdoor Cooking)

Learn to cook delicious fresh popcorn over an open fire. We show you how to make it over the campfire or barbecue in our easy video guide. Try our cheese & onion topping (vegan friendly) instead or sugar or salt. There's no need for aluminium foil with this method, wasteful foil isn't eco-friendly anyway.

This video accompanies our Family Campfire Cooking Workshop which is available to watch right here on the channel: Here you can learn how to make your own Popcorn Maker like we use in this video.

James & Lea are Forest School Leaders from Woodland Classroom and have run hundreds of outdoor activity sessions for people of all ages. You can get exclusive access to more videos by joining our tribe on Patreon:

Get a FREE copy of the accompanying Campfire Cooking Recipe eBook:

Woodland Classroom host courses in family bushcraft, foraging and Forest School in North Wales. If you would like to know more, go to:

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How To Make Toffee Apple Slices (Campfire Cooking)

Make sticky and sweet toffee apple slices. Cook up this tasty campfire snack which is even better than marshmallows and totally vegan friendly too. We show you how to make them in our easy video guide.

This video accompanies our Family Campfire Cooking Workshop which is available to watch right here on the channel:

James & Lea are Forest School Leaders from Woodland Classroom and have run hundreds of outdoor activity sessions for people of all ages. You can get exclusive access to more videos by joining our tribe on Patreon:

Get a FREE copy of the accompanying Campfire Cooking Recipe eBook:

Woodland Classroom host courses in family bushcraft, foraging and Forest School in North Wales. If you would like to know more, go to:

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