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10 Wild Edibles You Can Eat 

10 Wild Edibles You Can Eat 

10 Wild Edibles You Can Eat  Being lost in the wilderness can be a scary situation especially if you lack food and water. Finding water should be your first task, but you also want to find food. The forest is a source of many wild edibles that can save your …

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8 Insects You Can Use to Treat Injuries and Diseases

8 Insects You Can Use to Treat Injuries and Diseases

8 Insects You Can Use to Treat Injuries and Diseases Insects have been central to traditional healing practices for centuries in South America, Asia, and Africa. Preliminary medical trials have verified that many of these traditional ingredients contain beneficial properties. While modern, conventional medical care might be the preference in economically developed …

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12 Creative Ways to Reuse Aluminum Foil

12 Creative Ways to Reuse Aluminum Foil

12 Creative Ways to Reuse Aluminum Foil Aluminum foil is potentially one of the most useful and versatile mass produced substances. The early model of this product was originally called “tin foil” because it was made using tin. Tin transferred unwanted odor to food products, so a new version was …

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DIY 55 Gallon Cook Top Woodstove

DIY 55 Gallon Cook Top Woodstove

How to Build a DIY 55 Gallon Cook Top Woodstove When you embark on the self-sufficient living lifestyle, you might want to consider making your cooktop woodstove. Believe it or not, they are easy to make with the right tools and time available! A 55-gallon cooktop woodstove for heating and …

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How to Build Self Feeding Fire That Lasts 14+ Hours

How to Build Self Feeding Fire That Lasts 14+ Hours

How to Build Self Feeding Fire That Lasts 14+ Hours  Pretend you are on a camping trip. Whether it’s to fight the cold or ward off nocturnal animals, you decided that the campfire is going to last all night. Smart choice but the requirements for up keeping a long fire …

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How to Pick the Firewood that Puts Off the Most Heat

How to Pick the Firewood that Puts Off the Most Heat

How to Pick the Firewood that Puts Off the Most Heat As winter creeps closer, you might wonder what wood is the best for heating and burning to keep your house toasty warm. The best results and more heat per wood volume come from burning the highest density, or heaviest, …

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12 Fall Camping Tips You Must Remember

12 Fall Camping Tips You Must Remember

12 Fall Camping Tips You Must Remember The crisp autumn air and changing leaves mean that it’s the perfect time for fall camping. Camping in the fall is beautiful. Sunsets have a beautiful, golden hue, parks are less occupied, and the bugs aren’t out in full force. Whether you are …

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8 Common Medicinal Trees You Should Be Growing

8 Common Medicinal Trees You Should Be Growing

8 Common Medicinal Trees You Should Be Growing Tree medicines have an advantage over fresh herbs in that they can be harvested year-round. There are several prevalent varieties that grow in North America whose roots, leaves, bark, or twigs can be used to treat common ailments. As with using herbs, it’s …

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11 Campfire Recipes You Must Try

11 Campfire Recipes You Must Try

11 Campfire Recipes You Must Try Camping season is upon us! Summertime is the perfect time to escape with your family into the woods and camp under the stars. Kids spend their days wading in the creeks, fishing, and enjoying time without technology. Families can roast marshmallows, play board games, …

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Five Useful Knots For Camping, Survival, Hiking, And More

Five Useful Knots For Camping, Survival, Hiking, And More

 Five Useful Knots For Camping, Survival, Hiking, And More Have you ever come across a situation where something you never really thought of before was all of a sudden extremely important? Finding yourself in this kind of spot can be a big headache for you or worse, life-threatening. Can you …

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Homemade Chicken Soup Recipe

Homemade Chicken Soup Recipe

Homemade Chicken Soup Recipe   Ingredients 3lb whole Chicken 4 Carrots 4 Stalks of celery 1 large onion 1 Teaspoon bouillon granules (optional) Salt and pepper to taste Instructions  Place your chicken into a large pot, add your carrots, celery and onion, cover over with cold water. bring to a …

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