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Smoking Food in a Hollow Tree ~ by WoodlandsTV

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The Foragers are a team of hunter-gatherers who run a wild food pub in St Albans. They regularly head into the woods on foraging adventures. In this video the Foragers turned a hollow tree into a smoker, capable of hot smoking a pheasant and cold smoking cheese at the same time. A new way of cooking out in the wild.

To learn more about The Foragers and their wild experiences, check www.foragewell.com

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 9 March, 2018

6 comments so far

Paul Boyle
March 9, 2018

Brilliant thanks for sharing

Trees woods & forest gardens - agroforestry arboriculture
March 9, 2018

An interesting example of a cooking technique which would have been used in early human history and relevent to bushcraft and survival today. A minor downside will be the loss of habitat to deadwood wildlife.

Special Ed
March 9, 2018

I smoke trees and eat edibles.

James Allen
March 9, 2018

It's fallen trees like this, that are important for eco-systems. Providing both food like insects and habitat. Not mentioning the fungi, mosses and many other reasons there are for allowing fallen trees in the woodland, to just do their thing..

Gregor Vorbarra
March 9, 2018

'ray mears squat' – instantly knew what pose that meant hahaha

Gan Ainm
March 9, 2018

This process is unnecessary and destructive in my opinion. Thumbs down. 🙁

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