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Its the age-old question, what the heck do you do with hardtack because [Chomp Chomp] biting into it aint the cards. Well during theAmerican Civil War theyd make hellfire stew. A big thank you to Wondrium for sponsoring this video as I test the strength of myteeth and my stomach with hellfire stew from theAmerican Civil War this time on Tasting History. So one of the main ingredients in hellfire stew is hardtack [Clack Clack] and as it happens last year I made somehard tack and I still have quite a bit left overso thats what Im going to be using. Now this isactually called a ships biscuit, they are onein the same. Hardtack was a term that was usedlater during the American Civil War. There aredifferences between this version and what wouldhave been used in the Civil War. This one is basedoff of what would have been made in the BritishNavy in the 19th century and there are a fewdifferences. First of all the shape. This was meantto be kept in barr