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In this video I explain how to cook large amounts of food with very small amounts of firewood. Make a fire thats long lasting, self-contained, transportable, has minimal smoke, a small footprint, uses no stove, and uses very little wood. This is a variation of a canadian candle or swedish firetorch with an improved lighting method and way to contain the fire. This can be crucial in a survival situation where there may be little firewood available or you need to make a low key fire.
Things you will need
1) A small piece of wood (round) 5 X 5 inches
2) A coat hanger or piece of strong wire
3) Some tinder i.e. birchbark, feathersticked wood, fatwood, wood chips
4) A pot with flat bottom to cook food or boil water
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