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Find it, Eat it

Cooking Foraged Food Gathered Around New Zealand

Foraging for wild foods is gaining momentum around the country. Edible weeds, food foraged from the fields, forest and seashore and a pantry section, Michael Daly provides identification notes and recipes that demonstrate the use of wild foods in everyday cooking

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BELT KIT FOR BUSHCRAFT/SURVIVAL

Dave's post about using webbing for Bushcraft got me thinking (uh-oh).What's in your Bushcraft Belt-Kit? Got any views on must-haves? Used (and given up on!) any 'lemons'? Lessons learned?See More
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Dave commented on Dave's blog post Pouches, Packs, Belt and Bedroll
"Lol. Awesome info. Thanks Simon"
Feb 20

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Simon Amos commented on Dave's blog post Pouches, Packs, Belt and Bedroll
"I seem to remember that the real downside of the material wasn't that it absorbed water - which, as you suggest, could be solved by (a lot of!) wax - it was the stiffness of the gear once it was wet, making it harder to handle and seemingly…"
Feb 19

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Dave commented on Dave's blog post Pouches, Packs, Belt and Bedroll
"Thanks Simon. Another downside I can think of is the canvas can soak up a bit of water but paint can fix that. I have not tried wax waterproofing. Do you think that might work. I have used the magazine pouches in close country before and they…"
Feb 19

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Simon Amos commented on Dave's blog post Pouches, Packs, Belt and Bedroll
"Yeah, Mate: professionally and personally. It was OK for its era....robust, flexible, hard-wearing; flexible pouch arrangement (most useful bush crafting pouches being the kidney and water-bottle ones); easy to securely fix items to belt; relatively…"
Feb 18

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Dave posted a blog post

Pouches, Packs, Belt and Bedroll

Hi Guys. I am thinking of trying out British Army 58 Pattern Webbing for bushcraft. Does anybody have any experience with it or have any to sell?See More
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