cooking and fishing directions.

cooking and fishing directions.

Survival Life’s Comprehensive Checklist For 72 Hour Survival Kit

Comprehensive Checklist For 72 Hour Survival Kit

Survival Life’s Comprehensive Checklist For 72 Hour Survival Kit

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United Cutlery M48 Ops Machete Fixed Blade with Sheath

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10 Survival Foods

10 Survival Foods

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Learn how to make a campfire and which woods you might want to use! There's s'more than one way to build a fire!

RP Guide to Campfires

Learn how to make a campfire and which woods you might want to use! There's s'more than one way to build a fire!

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Wilderness / Survival Food  1. Acorn from Oak: The entire nut is edible and they're easy to stockpile.  2. Pine: The nuts and inner bark of the tree are edible. You can also make pine needle tea.  3. Cattail: This is one of best options out there. The base stalk is like celery, the root and tuber can make flour, and the pollen is very healthy.  4. Grass The corm (aka the base) is starchy, but edible and filled with water and carbohydrates.

Wilderness / Survival Food 1. Acorn from Oak: The entire nut is edible and they're easy to stockpile. 2. Pine: The nuts and inner bark of the tree are edible. You can also make pine needle tea. 3. Cattail: This is one of best options out there. The base stalk is like celery, the root and tuber can make flour, and the pollen is very healthy. 4. Grass The corm (aka the base) is starchy, but edible and filled with water and carbohydrates.

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