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Very good walk through of butchering techniques for pork, goat, lamb and beef. Methods, receipes, curing etc included.

Very good walk through of butchering techniques for pork, goat, lamb and beef. Methods, receipes, curing etc included.

How to Make Aspirin From Bark  Perhaps the greatest medicine ever invented by man is aspirin. Here you will learn how to make your own aspirin in the wilderness.    Everything you need to survive is provided by nature, often in quantities so vast they may appear inexhaustible. But unless you are skilled in wilderness survival you may not know how to identify and put to use the bounty nature provides.    You m...:

How to Make Aspirin From Bark Perhaps the greatest medicine ever invented by man is aspirin. Here you will learn how to make your own aspirin in the wilderness. Everything you need to survive is provided by nature, often in quantities so vast they may appear inexhaustible. But unless you are skilled in wilderness survival you may not know how to identify and put to use the bounty nature provides. You m...:

Fabulous article by Jackie Clay on the amazing uses for wild acorns! http://www.backwoodshome.com/articles2/clay79.html

Fabulous article by Jackie Clay on the amazing uses for wild acorns! http://www.backwoodshome.com/articles2/clay79.html

Amaranth (pigweed) Leaves are high in vit. C. Tender leaves can be cooked for 10-15 min., or added to salads. Leaves of some species can be unpalatable, so it is a good idea to sample the leaves before you gather a large quantity.    The numerous tiny black seeds are highly nutritious. They are high in protein, and contain vitamins E, and B complex. they can be mixed 1 part seed to 2 parts water, brought to a boil, covered, and simmered for about 25 minutes, or until the water has been…

Amaranth (pigweed) Leaves are high in vit. C. Tender leaves can be cooked for 10-15 min., or added to salads. Leaves of some species can be unpalatable, so it is a good idea to sample the leaves before you gather a large quantity. The numerous tiny black seeds are highly nutritious. They are high in protein, and contain vitamins E, and B complex. they can be mixed 1 part seed to 2 parts water, brought to a boil, covered, and simmered for about 25 minutes, or until the water has been…

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