August 23, 2019 HomeArticlesNordic PINE BARK Cookies – sawdust cookies? | HARD TIMES – recipes from times of scarcity Nordic PINE BARK Cookies – sawdust cookies? | HARD TIMES – recipes from times of scarcity By Maxine Hayes Articles, Blog 100 Comments Tags:and, bake, baking, bark, butter, cambium, cook, cookies, emmy, emmymade, emmymadeinjapan, Finland, food, hard times, kitchen, make, Nordic, Norway, phloem, pine, pine bark, recipe, Sami, Scandinavia, scarcity, shortbread, starvation, Sweden, the, this, tree, wheat Related Posts 💰How To Build An Online Store with Affiliate Products in 2019 🎂CAKE BAKE FAIL😂 YouTube Hack | Reupload An Old YouTube Video Without Refilming About Author admin 100 Comments shelly s Tree's are amazing 🌳🌳 January 20, 2019 Reply Pootus Boobus Like moon sand January 21, 2019 Reply MysteryMachine 444 Hey, it contains prana! 🌞 January 25, 2019 Reply Watching to Support Your Channel Emmy you're so gracious! One of my best friend said I reminded of you. I though it was because the mole i had on my right eye. to be honest lol we are kind of alike. the way we talk, my husband doesn't like to listen me. lol anyways Keep up the great work. January 26, 2019 Reply keely _cn We eat sawdust all the time: Cellulose. What a bummer that they were so bitter. I love pine tea. January 27, 2019 Reply Charles Lavoie HEADLAMP. January 28, 2019 Reply Morhgoz Emmy, try to make karilian roast. It's cheap parts of cow and pig stewed in low temperture in owen. January 29, 2019 Reply spookyduzit 😁😁😁😂 damn sawdust January 30, 2019 Reply Kankri Van Etten Would adding vanilla extract ruin the recipe?? January 30, 2019 Reply Flair Ortiz You are beautiful inside and out January 31, 2019 Reply Raul Martinez emmy your too adorable x.x January 31, 2019 Reply Jack Black I think I ended up coming across this channel because I was looking up "sawdust bread" due to a line in We Happy Few. February 1, 2019 Reply SaltyToad For some reason I'm imagining it would taste like them sandies cookies February 3, 2019 Reply cheeseisme It's not really accurate to call the Sami people "Indigenous" or "Native". We don't really know who came to the region first. What we suspect is that the Sami people moved up from mongolia, which means that they did not originate from scandinavia. Do we even know where they came from for certain? …No. So what do we know? Well what we do know is that no one is really indigenous or "native" because people have always moved around since the begining of time. There has also been so much mixing of people's that you can't really nail anyone down to one race. The one thing we do know for certain is that we are all human and live on earth. So I don't like the word indigenous for this reason. February 6, 2019 Reply nzahtz125 What is that word you say right before you taste something? And what does it mean? February 6, 2019 Reply Hey Stopthat Add vanilla, and some brown sugar, some nuts, maybe some more butter….. February 9, 2019 Reply Sam Ayling Emmy eats a coaster Part 1- February 13, 2019 Reply ChomperSub 6:35 – I could not F…… but i found them! Me: F…. what? 😂 February 15, 2019 Reply sIsTeR ShOoK Did anyone notice the headlamp at 2:16 February 16, 2019 Reply Leeni P I am Finnish and have never heard pettuleipä and pettu in general ever been mixed with wheat. It was mixed with rye flour. The first cultivar in Finland according to research in Finland was buckwheat. The first cultivated cereal was barley, then came rye and wheat arrived few hundred years later. But a real Finnish bread still today is rye bread, we do not like the mushy white bread. When I arrived to USA the first thing I missed was a real Finnish sour dough rye bread (no pettu, never had it, it is kind of a modern way to go back to old tradition), the second thing I missed was real hot Finnish sauna you can't find here (the health club ones are a joke, far too low temperature). Among all the things in the world we can have and then lose are the small things, the things that we got used to in childhood, things that gave comfort. I can go to a French bakery here, by whatever I want but if I had the choice I would want to get Finnish sourdough reikäleipä just fresh and still very warm from a bakery, rush home and add butter on top when it would still be melting on top. I have Finnish hard sourdough bread sent to me and can use it as a dough starter but the rye flour, the best one in here just does not taste the same. It must be the different soil and even the way of the agricultural practice. February 17, 2019 Reply Criss Meredith I'm camouflaged! February 19, 2019 Reply Keywonia Spencer Today im going to be making a recipe for pine bark cookies. Pine bark cookies meaning pine bark from a pine tree😳😵 (BIG SWALLOW and smile)😂 lol…i don't think she's ready for this food adventure February 23, 2019 Reply Trash Panda I love pine needle tea February 25, 2019 Reply sayraye I'm camouflaged 🙈💖 February 27, 2019 Reply Angelique Coke id make this and put it in a gift bag or box for a man. dip half the cookie in chocolate and sprinkle with finely chopped bacon March 1, 2019 Reply Adventures with Katie Cambium March 3, 2019 Reply Adventures with Katie I chew on Cambium sometimes when I'm Hiking. Nice trail side nibble March 3, 2019 Reply Peggy Jones My grandpa was in a concentration camp in Poland and Germany during WWII. I was reading up on the records of the rations served to prisoners. It listed "tree flour" as an ingredient in the bread. I always assumed they used sawdust. Now I'm wondering if they used pine bark flour to stretch the flour instead of just sawdust. March 4, 2019 Reply HaakonTheViking In Norway we used birch bark. March 6, 2019 Reply SNOTWAGON Cambium March 7, 2019 Reply jean skilling My husband says it's legal to put some sawdust in the comercial bread now. March 9, 2019 Reply Eliza Dolittle I've had pine needles as a tea. Just took hot water and put a bunch of needles in to steep then added honey and drank it. You can taste the pine, but unlike the way you described the pine bark cookies, the tea did not have a bitter flavor. March 13, 2019 Reply happymess 😏 all scandinavian food is gangsta… you ain't know?… March 14, 2019 Reply Susan Richard I wonder what if you add vanilla extract… or maybe zest from a favorite fruit? 🍊🍋¿?¿? March 17, 2019 Reply 1000 subscribers without any videos? Being a Norwegian – I love these March 17, 2019 Reply Tiffany Briley You discovered the pioneer scones recipe! Your videos are so enjoyable to watch! March 22, 2019 Reply Ayman Abdellatief Can you make cookies from sawdust? March 22, 2019 Reply George EX Did you know that Haitian children are soo poor they eat trees? That's not actually true. March 23, 2019 Reply randy palla Emmy write you're own cook book , you're recipes are great, you should write a book cause you seem to have knowledge of world cuisine, March 25, 2019 Reply Gorl Unknown My husband is going to love me. Lol. March 26, 2019 Reply PotatoesAre_Jesus Soooooo a wood cookie ??? April 1, 2019 Reply Life Of Lucifer Sugar and butter?! Can’t even afford that right now! April 2, 2019 Reply BeingPlainJane This is a nightmare dough, pine 🤮 April 3, 2019 Reply Tad Cooper final verdict: this ain't it, chief. April 6, 2019 Reply Fionna McCormick Ok in NZ we use metric units and bake things at 180deg C, Edmunds Cookbook is a really common guide and it says 180deg C is 350deg F, not 156deg F like she says at 7:04. You know on the off-chance someone sees this and wants to import special flour and make it themselves 😆 April 9, 2019 Reply lostboi210 Does anyone ever stick around til the very very end its almost my fav part… April 9, 2019 Reply BillyBob Eggs, butter, sugar …truly hard times. April 16, 2019 Reply Rachel Flynn I sooooooo thoroughly enjoy these videos 😁 April 22, 2019 Reply just here Head lamp April 23, 2019 Reply just here Anybody else see the ramdom word she adds to the backround when she goes off camera. Like in this vid it was headlamp. April 23, 2019 Reply Tim Honestly I was so close to wanting to make these, but I cant stand anything slightly bitter April 23, 2019 Reply Iris Lin 5:16 jump scare gave me a heart attack April 23, 2019 Reply GarouLady I would add that egg yolk into my ramen. LOL <3 May 13, 2019 Reply ImpromptuGal I’ve had kewra Kheer -a rice pudding with screw pine essence. I think it’s a Kashmiri recipe. Unlike these cookies it has a delightful smell and taste! 🙂 May 19, 2019 Reply Wayne Crawley Love your channel I ate tofu for the first time in my scrabbled eggs. I always feel hungry after I eat eggs in the morning. See if that helps May 21, 2019 Reply Caitlin Garrett I'm camouflaged June 3, 2019 Reply Mickey B. Payne Pine bark cookies= horse treats? June 9, 2019 Reply Wendoline Acosta Headlamp 😶 June 17, 2019 Reply Robbie Cross There is a tea in Alabama made from pine needles, peppermint, & sugar. June 19, 2019 Reply Junior Vafai You just have to pair them with the right whatever June 21, 2019 Reply Benjamin Castillo I am your beautiful lovely. June 22, 2019 Reply A Colley Using tree bark in food is not uncommon. If you see cellulose on the nutrition label, it is sawdust. June 22, 2019 Reply Mire Vale Please don’t do a plastic rice recipe Emmy 😬 June 25, 2019 Reply Sunshine Day Have you made poke salad casserole Emmy? It's better than spinach! June 25, 2019 Reply meg nemo I lived in some woods for about 6 months and I used pine bark all the time to eat. The difference is however that I gathered the outer bark of pine trees to burn in my bio lite wood stove to cook with and to take smoke baths with when it was too cold to bathe with water. I would suggest that if you were to use a trees bark to dry grind and use as flour to instead look into whether or not birch bark is edible. I know you can extract xytol sugar from it but I dont know if the bark itself is edible but given how xytol tastes it would be a much better bet then what you tried. Pine bark ash isnt even considered a good option for producing lye soap according to what I have heard. June 26, 2019 Reply Vid Prasad They look like threptin biscuits June 28, 2019 Reply Mandi W This looks delicious. June 28, 2019 Reply jess jageman I'm camouflaged July 1, 2019 Reply Bre ME 2:18 why does she put a label for headlamp? July 2, 2019 Reply Khalled Alves I would definitely put it on sugar mixed with cinnamon after it's done July 2, 2019 Reply Dejan Milenkovic You didn't like it at all, admit it! (((-: July 2, 2019 Reply Aika Papa Eating wood is healthy and nutritious ! Especially if you are a woodworm or a termite ! July 2, 2019 Reply b c @emmymadeinjapan That's 356 degrees Fahrenheit not 156! 😂 July 3, 2019 Reply GreyDevil I presume the bitter taste eventually becomes an acquired taste July 6, 2019 Reply R L Why'd you have to garnish with leaves tho lmaoooo July 9, 2019 Reply Tomoko in 4k So far I seen you eat wood, dirt, and cement, dont come crying if you get clogged up… July 10, 2019 Reply KaregoAt About not wasting the yolk in recipes that only call for the white! If you have a cat or a pet with similar dietary needs, ferret etc, you can give the yolk to them. I feed extra yolks to my cat all the time, and if I make an omelet or scrambled eggs I always save one yolk to give to him. It's a very good addition to their diet, in moderation of course! July 11, 2019 Reply Cinnamon 31 I’m camouflaged 😉 July 12, 2019 Reply Henry HoneyBadger I’m camouflaged July 14, 2019 Reply Psychwriteify It doesn't sound bitter to me, it sounds very astringent. July 18, 2019 Reply Joven Mangges jason bourne July 27, 2019 Reply lokithemadtitan headlamp July 30, 2019 Reply Kaori You have a stomach of steel sugoi. Or you take probiotics to keep your gut in check kekeke! July 31, 2019 Reply Jösses Thank you so much for mentioning Sami people ❤ I am Sami 🙂 July 31, 2019 Reply Catherine Duong Emmy, you’re my fave ❤️ July 31, 2019 Reply valentinakavh Thank you for being honest! August 1, 2019 Reply Karin Reck I wonder if they would taste a little better if you brushed the tops with some of the leftover egg yolks and dusted it with some cinnamon, like a sand tart cookie🤔 August 2, 2019 Reply Fox Vyars The sour taste is the vitamin C. Pine needle soup was made during the winter when vitamins were scarce and scurvy was a real issue. August 2, 2019 Reply moumous 1:10 indigenous to Finland mostly (which is not Scandinavia)… and northern parts of Scandinavia August 3, 2019 Reply James Martin Hay process bread fruit into cookies like these. Add in edible bamboo for more nutrients and fiber content for some really great survival cookies. Make different flavored ones. 😉👍 August 3, 2019 Reply catty cat queen When i was younger i heard that you can eat pine i thought the tree in my yard was pine (still not sure) so i bit a piece of the inner part it tasted like a very mild mint flavor i liked it im guessing this is what these cookies taste like August 4, 2019 Reply U S A Swedes made bark bread August 4, 2019 Reply Ellen Rice Maybe add a flavoring…mint? Vanilla? Not part of the original recipe but might make them more palatable?….just a thought… August 7, 2019 Reply Raymond James It's the sweet inner bark of the pine tree. The Donner party was surrounded by food and they didn't know it. August 9, 2019 Reply Elizabeth Marks-Graham Kinda sounds nasty August 10, 2019 Reply Grace Lidge she has no idea but she my go to for ASMR… so soothing in every video August 11, 2019 Reply CurveTheRain meeks August 13, 2019 Reply Nyx Cole I dont really think that people care about their food being tasty when all they care about is having something to fill their stomachs. 😊😊😊 Edit: just realize that this might come across as a hate comment. To those who likes to jump into conclusion. I'm not hating anyone, especially emmy, I'm just stating an opinion. Edit: Isn't it sad that I have to type that note just to avoid being attack online. Sigh. August 14, 2019 Reply Rissa You need a cookie cutter for DONUTS?Just dip the rim of a glass in flour oh my god.I can hear my grandmother screaming about unnecessary utensils. August 21, 2019 Reply Lexi Rivera Uh Marinette from Miraculous Ladybug all grown up? 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