The Long-Lasting, Never-Go-Bad ‘Survival Soup’ The Pioneers Ate

By Steve Nubie – Off the Grid News There’s a pioneer cooking tradition in the United States that stretched from cook camps on cattle drives to lumber camps. It’s “perpetual soup,” known in some regions as the Skillagalee kettle. Back in 1910, Horace Kephart wrote an iconic book titled: The Book of Camping and Woodcraft: A […]

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