VIDEO: Finding and Cooking Wild Food on the Beach
Finding and Cooking Wild Food on the Beach
Don’t Go Hungry When You’re Bugging Out by the Sea
Food is essential in keeping us strong and healthy. Water may keep us alive but it doesn’t have the nutrients that provide the energy our body needs for physical activity. When you’re out in the wilderness and your supplies have been used up, you’ll have to make do with what can be found or hunted.
In the video below from Ultimate Bushcraft, Ray Mears teaches us what can be done to find and cook food when you’re bugged out by the sea. You can hunt big game or collect shells; the objective is to look for sustenance, however difficult. After all, you need to eat in order to survive.
Cooking with rocks is great when push comes to shove and your stuck in the wilderness with little to no resources. In fact every survivalist should have this skill tucked away in their arsenal of SHTF survival skills.
If you have never cooked with hot rocks plan a time out where you can give it a try. The experience could make the difference in a survival situation.
Good news! There is a better way… with a little preparation when SHTF you will be cooking meals, boiling water, making fire, and even charging small electronic devices with the Biolite Camping Stove.
Click here to see it in action (video demo) and grab one for yourself. At just a couple pounds and with their small footprint they are a great addition to any bug out bag!
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