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Extract starch from palm core and cook, survival in the tropical rainforest, ep 84

Extract starch from palm core and cook, survival in the tropical rainforest, ep 84


It’s pretty cold Life in the forest is slowing down without any woodworm Maybe they had finished their cycles A fruit that squirrels prefer The taste is little bit bitter A small wild palm tree Their stem is very sweet and contain a lot of starch depending on the time period It seems not be good Another palm tree If we know the method, we can even make a cake from the starch of this special plant Their stem is sweet and nutty they are crushed to separate their starch from a part of fiber One more time, the fiber continues to be removed Wring out The fiber rich waste will be put separately Continue the wringing process until the liquid become transperant 2 hours later The upper layer of water is transparent because the starch has been settled down The starch of palm trees has the same characteristics as the other starch It dissolve easily and condense in cold water it’s sticky and expanded if the temperature’s increased It’s smell is slightly good Quite nutty It’s easy to eat The inner is undercooked so it need to be baked more

69 thoughts on “Extract starch from palm core and cook, survival in the tropical rainforest, ep 84”

  1. Are there mosquitoes, ticks and other harmful bugs over there? Seems like fire is working, what else do you do?

  2. สุกยอดครับ เอาตัวรอดตามวิธีดั้งเดิมจรีงๆ

  3. ここの動画見てると、ノコとナタ、穴開ける道具と火をつける物さえあれば意外と簡単なのかなって思ってしまう

  4. It is the harsh winter in the jungle, and Nolan has retreated into a mud hut. It appears that the bats and rare songbirds have migrated elsewhere and the rats have gone into hibernation.
    Nolan is required to subsist on loaves made from palm juice. They are not delicious.

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