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  • #8980
    Lance
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    Your explanation on how a human body reacts to raw meats is very informative.
    A good basis for coding in effects of eating raw meat in Last Winter.
    For a full overview of what those folks in the vid all got, here the direct link to their channel. This is basically a treasure chest of Real life Last Winter information folks.
    https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCxr2d4As312LulcajAkKJYw

    #9058
    Lance
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    I was wondering if we could make our own bread in the frontier without an oven and lo and behold it is possible with only our trusty kettle and a lil fire.

    #9088
    Maharbal Barca
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    Some talk over on discord from Alexalas regarding pickling, which would be a great method of food preservation once someone hits mid-game/ more permanent living

    something that would be fun would be able to pickle almost everything: pickling is super simple
    Makes: 6 cups. Combine 3 cups distilled white vinegar (or cider vinegar), 3 cups water, 2 tablespoons plus 2 teaspoons sea salt and 2 tablespoons sugar in a large saucepan. Bring to a boil and stir until the salt is dissolved. Let boil for 2 minutes. Remove from the heat. pout mixture in jar of item to be pickled and wait a day. Items pickled last about a month.

    vinegar can be made from wine or vodka(or any alcoholic beverage) then the pickling part is as simple as boil the stuff to be pickled(or dont depending) and seal it. even if you have to go to town to buy the vinegar, pickling should and is very easy to do.

    #9659
    Lance
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    Desert primitive style anyone

    #9660
    Lance
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    Spruce Beer or the native “drink” that works wonders vs scurvy.
    Gets explained in the vid. Very informative for Last Winter Canada.

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