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Full meal and delicious, survival in the tropical rainforest, ep 61

Full meal and delicious, survival in the tropical rainforest, ep 61


So many traces of the rodents They climbed and ate this plant’s seeds What to eat today? A pork chop Smell quite good but tough The winter is coming and food will become scarce A small tree of sour leaves Its leaves are rich in Vitamin C that is necessary for our defenses Another sour leaf tree This time, plants which we use their roots as food start withering away Taros are a typical example If they are not stored soon, it will be difficult to find them So many sour vegetables and starch Meat is washed away from dust and smoke in order to become soft and easy to eat if cooked with sour vegetables Very delicious!

100 thoughts on “Full meal and delicious, survival in the tropical rainforest, ep 61”

  1. I know I am no expert like you, but here's my 2 cents. Those bones that you threw in the fire can also be boiled in water to get some nice gelatin which you can also use later when cooking other foodstuffs or you can drink it too. That way, nothing is wasted. Either way, amazing video and really appreciate you sharing the beauty and tranqulity as well as the hardships of natural life in a calm and relaxing way with us. Cheers and take good care of yourself.

  2. Does he not have issues with snakes? I figured by now we would at least see some b roll or video of them as often as he goes around

  3. This is exactly why I enjoy this channel. He's not doing any gimmicks. He's just living life and showing what's necessary to survive and just live out your days in the wilderness.

  4. Este man que tiene en los pies Fierro no creo q con tantos bichos y puntas que hay en la selva no se dañe la plantas de los pies

  5. why don’t you show close up of the plants you’re eating? explain what they are, how they’re identified, which parts are edible, etc. what is even the point of this channel if you don’t do that?

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