One reader wondered why I categorize hot, tasty food as a survival item, and why I claim quick, tasty recipes are survival tools.
Well – that’s a really good question! So here is a story from World War II about food and its affect on morale.
by Leon Pantenburg
Some background here
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The Celtibero Survival Knife from CDS Survival is a "hand made" in Spain using a laser cut blade. For the first stop in The Gauntlet I put this knife through the basic tests I think a survival knife needs to pass.
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Wilderness survival knife
A wilderness survival knife is an invaluable asset in the wilderness. You always need a knife, not only in a wilderness emergency situation.Fixed blade knivesYour knife should be a strong fixed blade knife that will complete all likely tasks efficiently. It can be used for cutting, chopping,
Choosing a reliable knife is hard - there are many considerations, and there is no perfect, do-it-all choice. One thing to think about is blade length. How much do you need, and when does a blade become unwieldy? We'll help you decide what blade length is best for you.
Most of us have opinions on what we want in a survival/hunting knife. I still haven't made up my mind on what is the best knife for all situations. But I do know five things I DON'T want in a survival knife, and here they are. Let me know what