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Wild Foods: Cattail Roots

Cattails -- Each and every part of the wonderful, widespread and edible cattail plant (Typha latifolia.) has its use, depending on the season, but today we will talk about the roots. I use the roots in a several ways--boiling and scraping for "mashed.

Making a Chippewa Kitchen | 101 Ways to Survive

Making a Chippewa Kitchen It’s the ultimate camp kitchen pioneering project, providing a huge element of convenience to a wide range of camp cooking operations. The Chippewa Kitchen can provide a r…

Get big kids unplugged, outside and enjoying nature with this fire starting challenge, no matches allowed! Your tweens and teens will love this awesome bushcraft activity. NO FIRE = NO COOKING = NO DINNER! Are your kids up for a survival skills challenge?

Are your kids up for a survival skills challenge?Get big kids unplugged, outside and enjoying nature with this fire starting challenge, no matches allowed! Your tweens and teens will love this awesome bushcraft activity. NO FIRE = NO COOKING = NO DINNER!

How To Make A Horno Oven — This is a great multi purpose oven, if you are camping, hiking or just surviving this Horno oven or in simple terms, a brick or stone and mud oven could cook your food, boil water so you can drink it and keep your shelter warm long after the flames go out. Images: Peter via paleoplanet69529.yuku.com

How To Make A Horno Oven — This is a great multi purpose oven, if you are camping, hiking or just surviving this Horno oven or in simple terms, a brick or stone and mud oven could cook your food, boil (Camping Hacks Emergency Preparedness)