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This is a badge bit (BB) that is part of the PEP curriculum.  Completing this BB is part of getting the sand badge in Food Prep and Preservation

To complete this badge bit, you must cook at least 2 cups of rice by bring the rice and water to a boil on a rocket stove and finishing the cooking in a haybox cooker. (Note that this BB is part of a 4 part adventure in cooking grain in four different ways. Pseudograins are also allowed, but all four ways of cooking must be the same food prepared with 4 different cooking contraptions.)  



This a thread at permies about haybox cookers:
  - All About Haybox Cooking

Some articles on haybox cooking:
  - Thermal Cooking Methods
  - How to Make and Use a Haybox For Cooking
  - Making a Suitcase Haybox Cooker
  - Haybox Cooking by Permaculture News

This is a haybox cooker:



and how to use one:



Cooking Rice with a thermal oven (similar to a haybox)



To complete this BB, the minimum requirements are:
  - you must produce at least two cups of grain
  - you bust bring the water and grain to a boil on a rocket stove
  - you must complete the cooking in a haybox cooker

To show you've completed this Badge Bit, you must provide:
   - a picture of the grain and water boiling on a rocket stove
   - a picture of your heated uncooked grain being transferred to a haybox cooker (with some sort of watch or timer)
   - a picture of your cooked grain in a haybox cooker (with some sort of watch or timer)
   - a picture showing the final product is at least two cups of grain
 
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