Prairie Fox Survival

Now that's what I call barking up the right tree

Making Bean Bark
Bean Bark unlike potato, corn and pumpkin bark comes out looking like a Texas farm land during a drought, it crumbles and breaks apart.
It can be re-hydrated as refried beans or used in soups and casseroles.

Making Bark

At camp take your Bean Bark Stew, thicken it with extra bark. Take flour tortilla shells with you and dehydrated cheese. This makes a great burrito.

For a light snack rehydrate some Bean Bark and serve with chips. You can also add dried jalapeno and onion with your bean bark.

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Serves 2
1/2 C Bean Bark
3/4 C dried burger
3/4 C dried mixed veggies (corn, peas, carrots, green beans)
1/4 C dried okra
1/8 C dried bell pepper
1/4 C dried onion
1/4 C dried potatoes
1/4 C dried mushroom
1/2 C dried rice

Put ingredients in pan add hot water to cover and let set 15 minutes or longer. (Add more water if needed to rehydrate)

Bring to a boil for 2 minutes, cover, then let set for 5 minutes