Shannon McNear

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Decent overall guidelines for whole30 too. But salt to taste.

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George Washington's personal camp chest,  1775-1776, England (made) used when commander of the Continental Army. Complete with all original utensils. Contains tin plates and platters, tin pots with detachable wooden handles, glass containers for condiments such as salt, pepper, and sugar, as well as knives and forks with dyed black ivory handles. The chest also contains a tinder box, candle stand, and folding gridiron. Smithsonian

George Washington's well-appointed personal camp chest, or mess kit, enabled him to dine in a manner reflecting his position as commander of the Continental Army. The Smithsonian museum answers, What did soldiers eat during the Revolutionary war?

Kentucky Long Rifle ~ Few guns get the patriotic juices flowing better than the Kentucky Long Rifle, which was used widely by militiamen in the Revolutionary War. The rifles had exceptionally long barrels, which increased muzzle velocity and accuracy. Before the war, The Kentucky rifle was a popular gun among hunters and frontiersman. Even though the guns were not made in Kentucky, Kentucky rifleman were known for their deadly marksmanship, earning the gun its name

Kentucky Long Rifle ~ Few guns get the patriotic juices flowing better than the Kentucky Long Rifle, which was used widely by militiamen in the Revolutionary War. The rifles had exceptionally long barrels, which increased muzzle velocity and accuracy.