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Tree bark

Contributed By: Zageri, UT | See all of Zageri's recipes
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Active Time:  1 Hour
Total Time:  1 Hour 30 Minutes
  1 Serving
Some great fiber and delicious after acquiring the taste.
RECIPE INGREDIENTS
3 pieces of treebark
4 cups of water
Black pepper or any kind of seasoning.
DIRECTIONS
Find tree bark from any tree outside, using a pocket knife, or


if you are poor and don't own one like me you can use a hair


blowdryer to heat the bark off the tree with an extension


cord and strip it off by hand. I borrowed one from my girlfriend.


Get 4 cups of water, if you're like me and can't


pay your bills you can always get water from your neighbors


hose or at the local car wash.


Boil the water on any


heat source, i find it works best on a stove, but if they


shut off your electricity like me already any source of heat


will do.


Protip: the hair dryer can work on a slab of


aluminum under the pot of water but is more time consuming.


Boil


the bark in the water until the right tenderness is


achieved. Remove from pot and season with pepper or other


seasoning by dry rub.


Date Added: 01/26/2013
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