SURVIVAL SKILLS: Tips and Tricks of Stone Slab Cooking

How to make a cooking pit https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=x9CVyqzjcRs
Cooking pork on a stone slab https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=32Wn4BO3cGM
Survival skills were used by primitive man daily, Cooking is an essential part of keeping our body fed with consumable food. Stones were used as cookware for thousands of years and are still used today. Here are some tips and tricks on stone slabs.

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  1. Forestwalker111
    Forestwalker111 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    Nice stream. Lucky dog. ?
    Be well brother
    Craig

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  2. Randy Parker
    Randy Parker 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    ?'s up and enjoyed.And may the good Lord bless. May friend.

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  3. trollforge
    trollforge 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    Beautiful job on that rock brother! (OK, I gotta say it.) You Rock! About eating worms, there is 1 Asian distributor who claims their special bread of worms are 76% protein, which is higher than beef at 65%, but if you look at animal husbandry, where there have been "real" scientists working, on animal feed in North America, the reality is on a dry matter basis, earthworms contain 60-70% protein, 6-11% fat, 5-21% carbohydrates.

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  4. Phill O
    Phill O 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    What a great lesson! Nature and natural gets the job done with a bit of elbow grease and a great deal of satisfaction and accomplishment. BTW, up in the north I've built a fire pit letting the wood come down to coals, laid a good layer of rocks over that and a sleeping bag. You'll be more than warm enough all night and most of the following morning. Depending on how much wood you burned. Just make sure you put a good layer of rocks (not earth) otherwise you will be the BBQ, ouch.

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  5. Mick Bator
    Mick Bator 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    Very cool Wayne, thanks for sharing as always.

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  6. T.W. Milburn (skillet210)
    T.W. Milburn (skillet210) 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    'evenin, Kull; Great T & T, N0ow lets git 2 cook'n                          ATB  " T "   God  Bless

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  7. Eat Carbs
    Eat Carbs 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    Great video Wayne! Good stuff. About how much scraping do you estimate it took you to get it like that? Seems like a good project when sitting around camp. >_o I've never stone cooked anything myself. Maybe I'll see if I can find some flat stones next time I am out in the woods.
    Thanks for the video

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  8. Abo Bushcraft
    Abo Bushcraft 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    Depending on the beef you get around 23 grams of protein per pound, While earthworm's are denser per pound, a single worm has 7 grams of protein.

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  9. FSBushcraft
    FSBushcraft 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    Caveman Kull at it again…lol….Great Tips Bro, and as you said always good to use rocks NOT from a stream……

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  10. RebelOfDominator
    RebelOfDominator 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    very nice. i knew rocks could explode but not because it absorbed water. very interesting to know. thanks for sharing!

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  11. Nawras Al-Abbas
    Nawras Al-Abbas 26 June, 2016, 00:03
  12. david clarke
    david clarke 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    hi good tip buddy

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  13. bushcrafter1973
    bushcrafter1973 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    Great tips thanks Wayne?

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  14. GoWild Outdoors
    GoWild Outdoors 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    Nice technique mate

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  15. Wheels gone Wild
    Wheels gone Wild 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    I'm so glad we have cook tops now a days. I'd starve. But this would be a great project at the base camp or the permanent shelter. This would take a long while. Great job showing the old ways of doing things Wayne.

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  16. embarado smithing and woodcraft
    embarado smithing and woodcraft 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    that stone taken from a stream and ya dont know how long its been dry so puttin it in a fire ya run a high risk of it exploding in your face so party on wane and well see if ya survive unscathed doing such foolish things for alone didn't they refer to ya s as a trained expert funny that

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  17. Brian Spencer
    Brian Spencer 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    Hi Wayne: Thanks for the video; the colour & grain of the rock is beautiful. This is something to pass on to my grand kids & so broaden their horizons. Thanks again Brian 76

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  18. embarado smithing and woodcraft
    embarado smithing and woodcraft 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    got a potato for a camera time for a camera that can do better than 480

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  19. Malcolm Coderre
    Malcolm Coderre 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    nice job wayne. i enjoy cooking that way

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  20. Laurent Gouzou AKA Lynx1963
    Laurent Gouzou AKA Lynx1963 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    Year! Superb Wayne awsome technic it's amazing to see that mother nature can supply a lot of tools and gears . Take care.
    Ciao from Quebec ⚜

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  21. Stella P.
    Stella P. 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    . Great demonstration and tips for caveman cooking. Never heard of what you did, sanding a rock like that.

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  22. kabaruser
    kabaruser 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    makes a great sharpening stone to lol man nothing quite like exploding rock lol it's dangerous iv gotten hit with chips that cut me teaching kids at times they don't understand till that first one goes boom lol great tip bro stay safe …tom

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  23. NorwegianWoods
    NorwegianWoods 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    That looks like a lot of work. But I really like the idea 🙂
    Thanks for sharing – Martin

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  24. ManLand121 (Midnight121)
    ManLand121 (Midnight121) 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    Kuzzzzn' Kull you're a genius! That right there gives me a whole new Outlook towards some campfire cooking I gotta find me that Flat Rock … LOL

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  25. Carlos Sepulveda
    Carlos Sepulveda 26 June, 2016, 00:03

    great technique. Good idea. Gracias

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