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Make Four Different Soups (1/2 Gallon) - food.straw.soupsfour PEP BB

BB Food Prep and Preservation - straw badge
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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 straw badge in Food Prep and Preservation

For this badge bit, you will make four types of soup!

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Minimum requirements for this BB:
- Soup - make 4 types of soup
  - ½ gallon minimum of each
      - Soup
      - Stew
      - Chowder
      - Chili
  - Minimum of 4 raw ingredients per soup
  - At least 1 is cooked on a rocket stove or Dakota stove
  - At least 2 are finished in a haybox cooker
     - You can combine the rocket stove and haybox cooker activities

To show you've completed this Badge Bit, you must provide proof of the following as pictures or video (<2 mins):
   - preparing the soups with at least 4 ingredients per soup
   - cooking the soups
   - finished soups that are at least 1/2 gallon each
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Neat; it's fun to be the first to submit for a BB! I made four soups -- Dakota pit chowder, leek soup, haybox chili, and today haybox sweet potato stew.
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Getting my Dakota Pit chowder ingredients together.
Getting my Dakota Pit chowder ingredients together.
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The initial sauté.
The initial sauté.
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Cooking.
Cooking.
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Done!
Done!
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Leek soup ingredients.
Leek soup ingredients.
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Cooking.
Cooking.
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And served!
And served!
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Haybox chili ingredients.
Haybox chili ingredients.
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Brought to a simmer.
Brought to a simmer.
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In the haybox.
In the haybox.
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Done.
Done.
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Haybox sweet potato soup.
Haybox sweet potato soup.
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Getting it started.
Getting it started.
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I boiled it for five minutes.
I boiled it for five minutes.
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Into the haybox about noon.
Into the haybox about noon.
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Out of the haybox about 5, still warm, and fully done.
Out of the haybox about 5, still warm, and fully done.
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Note: this kind of lid isn't great in the haybox because crud gets into the soup!
Note: this kind of lid isn't great in the haybox because crud gets into the soup!
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Done. And delicious! I'm going to make this again next week and add peanut butter and cilantro.
Done. And delicious! I'm going to make this again next week and add peanut butter and cilantro.
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