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Discussion in 'Healthy Outdoor Cooking' started by iceman, Dec 12, 2013.

  1. brianbigdogsmith

    brianbigdogsmith Camp more Camp more often

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    Well out in the fresh air just picked corn on the cob cooking over a campfire and a ice cold beer in you hand while flipping the steak over the fire is as healthy as I get camping
     
  2. yetavon

    yetavon everything is better around a campfire.

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    We save ours, never know when you need some for flavor or seasoning a pot.
     
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    froggie New Member

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    Bacon grease is a staple in the Southern diet. I don't keep it on the stove, but I do keep it in the fridge. Added to beans, corn, skillet with back strap, it makes everything better. If you don't have enough bacon grease, you can add grapeseed oil.
     
  4. fritz_monroe

    fritz_monroe New Member

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    We don't do a lot of frying, so don't make use of the left over bacon grease.

    This tends to be the main way I eat bacon (I mean peppers) now a days. Only problem is I can't save the grease.
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  5. CaliforniaPoppy

    CaliforniaPoppy California and beyond!

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    Fritz, you're probably saving it (on your butt or gut or thighs), you just can't access it for cooking!
     
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    froggie New Member

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    If you mix a little dry ranch dressing and some sharp cheddar with the cream cheese, Oh my God!
     
  7. Old_Geezer

    Old_Geezer Well-Known Member

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    Yes you do mean peppers, those look tasty..........................................and healthy too [:)O]
     
  8. iceman

    iceman New Member

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    I saw a bacon stuffed pepper the other day an then smoked on another forum! Sucks I can't eat the peppers any more!
     
  9. yetavon

    yetavon everything is better around a campfire.

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    FRITZ!!!!!!!
    you disappointed me...
    I licked the screen and they taste like dust..
     
  10. fmbhappycamper

    fmbhappycamper PuP Power

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    Hahaha [LOL] [8D]
     
  11. tombiasi

    tombiasi Well-Known Member

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    That's a common problem. The taste-a-vision module in your monitor went bad. Did you smell anything?
    Some units combine the Smell-a-vision on the same chip.
     
  12. yetavon

    yetavon everything is better around a campfire.

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    Thanks Tom...I'll order a new chip ASAP....
     
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    A Smell-a-vision is only a good thing when it's bacon. It's not so good when it's other things. [LOL]
     
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    fritz_monroe New Member

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    Yeah, I had to quickly disconnect my smell-a-vision when I was watching Dirty Jobs and they visited that pig slop processor.
     
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    Regarding the bacon grease in a can on top of the stove: when camping, I save mine and take it home as a treat for my dog. It's good for his coat, and reportedly dogs don't have cholesterol issues.

    I have been a diabetic for 25 years, and DH has to be on a low-salt diet. Okay, I am on insulin, and if I want a few extra carbs, I just up my short acting insulin dose. DH & I work different schedules, so a lot of the time, it's just grab what's available, and we eat out alot. So when we get a weekend off in the summer, we head to the lake and go camping. Meals are a big part of the weekend. Because we have leisure time and can relax, our meals are much more healthy due to the fact that there is time to cook from scratch.
     
  16. iceman

    iceman New Member

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    And of course if you use a bacon press you don't have a lot of grease on the bacon and it does make for a nice crisp piece of heaven!
     

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