Silver Fox Provides Survival Tips on Liberty Underground/The Moretti Report

Once again Silver Fox will be on Patriot Resistance beginning this Sunday and earlier today she made her second visit in the second hour to Liberty Underground/The Moretti Report.

Some excellent material provided by the nom de plume, Silver Fox, that is not all-inclusive of her knowledge or her books. Wherever you find her, tune in… you’ll be glad that you did!

Subject: notes and links

MRE's contain 13% daily required protein, 36% fat, 51% carbs one meal per
person at $8.33 each

one can condensed tomato soup
one pound of rice
one can of vegetables (I used green beans) plus one can of pears mixed with
one 8 ounce bag of crushed banana chips mixed into one small instant
vanilla pudding made with boxed 2% milk, served with 9 generic Ritz type
crackers with 2 teaspoons peanut butter provides 43% carbs, 75% fat, 8%
potassium, 22% iron, 20% Vitamin C, 20% Vitamin A, 25% Vitamin D, 30%
calcium and 20% protein at a cost of 78 cents per person (feeds 10)

Fire Starters
handy but will run out
Magnifying Glass good but not useful in the dark (jewelers loops allow you
inspect splinters, wounds etc. preferred to a regular magnifying glass which
must be Glass, plastic ones do not work, high prescription glasses work
occasionally but do not count on them to start fires with) Fire bow drills
can be made anywhere at anytime however they are harder to learn and take
time, energy and effort Flint and Steel kits, (piece of flint, piece of
steel, fire nests or charcloth) flint is found almost everywhere, steel can
be found or recycled from some other item, easier to learn than fire bows,
moderate practice required, once mastered faster than a match to get a fire
going Matches, strike anywhere are hard to find, water proofing is important
for other types of matches, double if possible the waterproofing refillable
matches use lighter fluid, liquid paraffin, kerosene and naphtha can be used
as temporary lighting and are compact and refillable, use standard 1/8th
inch 100% cotton candle wick

Multipurpose tool takes the place of a) knife b) pliers c) screwdrivers d)
tape measure Shovel of some type E-tools are more portable Multi-purpose
hatchet, solid construction made from one piece of steel, has a hatchet
head, hammer and nail puller Wire saw, compact, necessary for cutting larger
limbs and trunks without expending a lot of energy or hauling a camp axe

(website full of articles including singular plants with all their uses,
charcloth, stealth gardening etc)

foraging links (common and scientific names accepted)

emergency shelters using space blankets/naturally occurring items
(earthquake specific emergency housing schematics)
(modern solutions to disaster housing)

portable affordable cooking oil lamps
(alternative fuels include animal fat, domestic or wild)

Using oven for dehydrating ground meats
oven canned butter (not margarine real butter)
primitive cooking techniques

Primitive First Aid
(online materia medica)
making your own homeopathic remedies at home (easy to make provided you have
the primary remedy on hand such as chamomile, poison ivy etc)

Primitive Skills multiple topics

make your own dehydrator using a cardboard box
Advanced solar projects (oven, water, heat, dehydrators etc)

Additional information on alternative options for survival situations
including equipment, sanitation etc


desalination filters
recycling graywater
berkey sports bottle link

Tools and Equipment
Flint and Steel Kit

Wire Saw

E-tool (folding shovel)

Solar Shower (large non-portable)
portable (multiple types average lifespan 9 months of continuous use)

Flintknapping (many youtube videos on the subject I prefer printable
information lasts longer)

making a bow/arrow

making an atlatl

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