Cooking Skills

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MeritBadge.Org offers resource and video links for First Aid, Swimming,
Outdoor Skills, Backpacking, Cooking, Navigation, Cycling, and Wilderness Survival Skills.
Troop Program Features let you make Cooking Skills a part of your troop program.

Contents

Cooking Skills
 Meal Planning
 Recipes
 Food Handling
 Outdoor Cooking
 Cooking Gear
 Dutch Oven Cooking 

In addition to the Cooking Skills resources below, MeritBadge.Org offers a number of other resources including:


Resources

While your handbook is your primary resource, the links below can help you learn Cooking Skills. See the Disclaimers. See the Boy Scout Handbook and Cooking Merit Badge pamphlet. Make cooking a part of your Troop Program.
  BSA Video: The Skills Lessons are excellent but are large files that require Apple QuickTime.
  This symbol notes many other lesson videos.


Meal Planning

Shortcut:
Meal Planning

  BSA Video: First Class Patrol Menu Planning - First Class Obtaining Ingredients - First Class Patrol Cooking (See notes.)


Recipes

Shortcut:
Recipes


Food Handling

Shortcut:
Food Handling

  BSA Video: First Class Food Handling and Disposal (See notes.)
  Videos: How to Prevent Bears from Getting into Your Food Supply While Camping - How to Keep Food Safe from Animals When Camping & Hiking - How to Pack Food for a Camping Trip


Outdoor Cooking

Shortcut:
Outdoor Cooking

  BSA Video: Second Class Cook a Meal - Tenderfoot Help Cook a Meal (See notes.)
  Videos: Outdoor Cooking: Food Selection - Food Quality - Stoves - Utensils - Water Purification - Leave No Trace


Cooking Gear

Shortcut:
Cooking Gear

  BSA Video: First Class Cooking Gear (See notes.)

  Video: Picking a Stove


Dutch Oven Cooking

Shortcut:
Dutch Oven Cooking


See also


Related awards

Outdoor Skills Awards

Outdoor-related awards


Disclaimers

Disclaimer: This information is not intended as a substitute for professional advice, or formal training. Please note that the only materials recommended by the Boy Scouts of America are those found or listed in official BSA materials such as the current Boy Scout Handbook. Cooking Skills recommendations are constantly being revised. Neither MeritBadge.Org, nor its contributors make any recommendations. See the Guide to Safe Scouting.

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