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This pocket survival kit has many items that could help you survive disasters or emergencies.

Learn how to make an urban/wilderness survival kit

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Learn how to make an urban/wilderness survival kit you can carry everywhere.

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This stack of garage sale cast iron skillets can be restored to usefulness with a little work.

Restoring a Cast Iron Treasure: How to clean and season the old time cooking utensils

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A little elbow grease, and some steel wool, can help you salvage a badly rusted cast iron cooking implement. Somebody’s rusty, dust-covered survivor of a failed camping trip may end up becoming a valuable addition to your cooking tools.

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Learn to cook wild game with this Dutch oven cookbook

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If you work it right, the hunt isn’t over when the animal is harvested. In fact, one of the best parts of the hunting experience is when you can start feasting on the meat!

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How to: Make jerky from small game meat

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Venison or big game jerky is common, but few use small game animals as the basis of that frontier staple. Making jerky is a great way to clean out the freezer at the end of the season and create tasty snacks out of last year’s harvest.

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Video: What you need to make a Dutch oven survival kit

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Beginners frequently ask for a list of tools to get started in Dutch oven cooking. So, here’s a basic, bare-bones list.

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Check out this Dutch oven squirrel recipe

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Subsistence hunting is nothing new, nor was it ever limited to indigenous people. Small game, especially squirrels and rabbits, can be an important part of a survival diet. Here’s how to cook squirrel in a Dutch oven.

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Bannock is quick to make wherever you. The recipe is very similar to Damper, an Australian version of survival bread

Damper Recipes: Try Australia’s survival bread

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Survival food requirements are ease of making and cooking, simple ingredients and good taste! Damper is Australia’s contribution to survival bread, and here’s how to make and enjoy it!

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These leadhead jig lures were improvised from available materials. The body in both are composed of wool yarn. The tail on the top lure is made of a marabou feather, and the bottom tail is part of a pheasant feather. Both these patterns are proven and effective.

Don’t Waste Anything: Survival kit and craft projects from big game animals

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There is more to harvest from a big game animal than just the meat. With a little thought and ingenuity, you can find useful projects that will use most parts of the animal!

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Choose the best three knives for big game hunting

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Every prepper, survivalist and big game hunter needs knives for processing the meat of large animals. Here’s how to make a good choices in what you buy!

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Ten gifts for Dad’s emergency/survival kit on Fathers Day

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Suppose you want to get dad something he can add to his personal survival/emergency kit. Here are some suggestions.

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