Outdoor Adventure Skills Cooking
Outdoor Adventure Skills Cooking
Cooking and food preparation tasks and where they fit into the various stages of different Outdoor Adventure Skills badges.
|Scoutcraft Skills||Camping Skills||Trail Skills||Winter Skills||Paddling Skills|
|1.2 I can keep my mess kit clean at camp.||1.3 I can list what food to bring on a day hike.||1.2 I have prepared a good snack for a winter outing.|
|2.2 I can cook a foil-wrapped meal in a fire.|| 2.5 I can explain how to use Canada’s Food Guide at camp and help to plan a nutritious meal.
2.6 I can describe safe food handling and hygiene at camp.
|2.2 I have packed a proper lunch for a winter outing.|
|3.2 I can cook a meal on a camp stove.|| 3.4 I can help plan a basic balanced meal for camp.
3.5 I can demonstrate how to store food at camp.
| 3.3 I have helped plan a menu for a winter camp.
3.4 I have cooked a lunch over an open fire.
| 4.3 I can cook over a fire to roast and bake food items.
4.11 I can set up a tree food hang to protect my food from animals.
| 4.6 I can store and cook food safely at camp.
4.11 I can demonstrate safe practices around fires and cooking equipment to minimize the risk of burns, scalds and other injuries.
|4.4 I know how to plan for and avoid food allergies in a group hike.|| 4.2 I have helped purchase food for a winter outing.
4.3 I have helped cook meals at winter camp.
| 5.2 I have cooked with cast iron cookware …fire/coals…
5.7 I have caught, cleaned and cooked a fish over a campfire.
| 5.7 I can plan a balanced menu for camp with a team.
5.8 I can demonstrate how to use different cooking methods (with different fuel types) at camp.
| 5.5 I can demonstrate how to use different types of lightweight stoves to prepare a meal.
5.6 I can keep food and food preparation materials hygienic.
| 5.2 I have led my Patrol in planning and purchasing meals for a winter camp.
5.3 I have been chief cook for at least one meal at winter camp.
|5.3 I have participated in creating a menu for an overnight trip.|
|6.2 I have built and cooked on a personal-sized stove only made out of tin cans, wax, candle wicks and cardboard (a buddy stove).|| 6.8 I can help plan a menu and purchase food for a weekend camp.
6.9 I can demonstrate to others how to use a variety of cooking stoves at camp and explain to others when each type is most effective.
|6.4 I have baked bread or a dessert at a winter camp.||
6.8 I can explain how to deal with waste while traveling in the backcountry, including greywater, solid waste, food scraps and human waste.
|7.3 I have made a vagabond/tin can stove and cooked a personal camp meal on it.||7.8 I can teach the use of various stoves and their effective use to another youth at camp.|| 7.5 I can plan and cook a variety of meals on a hiking expedition of more than two nights.
7.6 I can explain how much food is needed on hiking expeditions of various lengths.
|7.1 I know how to plan and implement a simple but nutritious menu for a mobile winter camp.||
7.10 I can use several different methods for cooking.
|8.2 I can cook a complete campout meal using only improvised natural cooking surfaces and devices (cooking only using flat stones, wood planks, cooking cranes/hooks, spits, covered pits/trenches).|
|9.2 Using only wood as a fuel source, I have built a reflector camp oven and cooked a meal for a minimum of five persons, including both roasted and baked food preparation.|