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Bushcraft On Fire Radio : 03/06/2014: More Homemade Gear, Budget Bushcrafting and True Minimums

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posted on Mar, 5 2014 @ 11:08 PM
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Thursday, 03/06/2014 at 8:00PM EST

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The gathered panel of hosts include Military Veterans, Mountain Men and just plain old Hillbillies with a combined experience in Survival of over 100 years!!!!!

Your Panel

JacKatMtn
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David Wendell
Ahabstar
Bear Truth
XPert11
TheRedNeck



Hour One



MORE Homemade/Handcrafted Bushcrafting Gear

Hour Two



ALL BUDGET BUSHCRAFTING

Hour Three



Let's Talk About What We Really Need To Survive


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posted on Mar, 6 2014 @ 04:20 PM
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Somethings we will be discussing tonight

1. Homemade Planters
2. Homemade Clothes
3. Homemade Shoes
4. Walking Sticks
5. Tool Handles
6. Homemade Tools
7. Bow Drills and other fire starting methods
8. Semi permanent and Permanent Shelters

Come join in

Everyone is welcome




posted on Mar, 6 2014 @ 07:22 PM
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I'm looking forward to another great show! Love the cordage,
clothing & shoes.

Cheers
Ektar



posted on Mar, 6 2014 @ 07:36 PM
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Regarding shoes topic, Jack pine roots and birch bark would the perfect combo.



posted on Mar, 6 2014 @ 08:10 PM
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I wish y'all had the call in feature. Great canning advice though. But my question to Laura is, how long does the various canning last. Such as...

Chili
Preservatives
Veggies
Etc.

3 months? Six months? 1 year?

The timelines I find on line always vary.



posted on Mar, 6 2014 @ 10:00 PM
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Thanks for another informative show! Garth, dude you have over 300 knives!
I think you need to send a few this way I have one & it's not even one
to your standards...LOL! I'm just too new. I will definitely be looking at
the thrift shops.

Cheers
Ektar



posted on Mar, 6 2014 @ 10:29 PM
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I wish I could send you one!!!!!

We all need a good knife and you are a part of our Bushcraft On Fire Family

Sadly, I can't...

BUT!!!!

Stay on those thrift stores, check out some Flea Markets and Yard Sales and you will be surprised what you will find




posted on Mar, 6 2014 @ 10:32 PM
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TDawgRex
I wish y'all had the call in feature. Great canning advice though. But my question to Laura is, how long does the various canning last. Such as...

Chili
Preservatives
Veggies
Etc.

3 months? Six months? 1 year?

The timelines I find on line always vary.


It truly depends on what you are canning, a pickled item will last much longer that some acidic things, think tomato sauce. Green beans and other veggies can last 3-5 years, but are best if used by next season. The nutrients diminish with time. Fruits, because of the natural sugars will last a about the same. You should always check your jars for seal, leakage, discoloration (some discoloration is due simply to processing and light exposure), and contamination (mold).

The variations in times you find online or in your canning manual are the basis for food storage. If you are constantly using and replenishing your stores, rotating as you go, you should never run into expired food.

I will see if I can post some basic guidelines in the next day or so.

BT



posted on Mar, 6 2014 @ 10:45 PM
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That would be cool. My Grandparents did a lot of canning when I was younger, and now with the prices of food, I'm trying to get back into it. But after my last experiment with chili...I won't go into it on a public forum.
It was that bad. I think I may have even showed up on the RSOE website.
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posted on Mar, 6 2014 @ 11:12 PM
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Uh oh... that is never good.

When in doubt... throw it out. It is never worth risking your life over.

BT





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