Prepper General /PG/

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In this thread we will focus on things that will help alleviate the trauma government is inflicting upon the people.
I think one of the most concerning things is obviously food.
So we should make some infographics and supply information to consolidate and spread throughout normieville
Can we please start by addressing long term food storage? People are capable of buying buckets with the right lids and filling them with white rice and dry beans... but we need to make sure the information includes how much/how long it feeds a person.
Also choosing the best bucket is definitely a task where we can save people a lot of time by picking the right bucket.
Lets stick to what a 5 gallon bucket stores and for how long, and how many calories it has
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Trench Coats

No.1719876 ViewReplyOriginalReport
are historical /out/ attire and perfectly on topic. Fuck you mods.
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Hunting Squirrel

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>Shot and killed a bird
>Next target is a squirrel

I feel as if this is a terrible maneuver that will only result in pleasure that will be repaid in moral pain.

I felt very little guilt over murdering a bird (cried at night one time, but then nothing, during the act felt no guilt), but my next target is a mammal (same animal class as me)

Has anybody here ever done something of this caliber? It is necessary for me to do this because this is my only way to move forward in life. It's either murder or self-destruction for me, and that's just the truth about my life.

Is there a difference in feeling when killing a bird and killing a mammal?
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Homegrowmen Thread #215 Farming and Gardening

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Old thread: >>1715807

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No.1716128 ViewReplyOriginalReport
What are some /out/ vidya, besides pic related?
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Have you eaten them yet?

Acorns are especially high in potassium, iron, vitamins A and E, and several other important minerals

Scientists have also identified over 60 beneficial plant compounds in acorns, including catechins, resveratrol, quercetin, and gallic acid — potent antioxidants that can help protect your cells from damage

Green, unripe specimens should likewise not be gathered.

You can easily remove the tannins by boiling or soaking your acorns. This process eliminates their bitterness and makes them safe to eat.

Look for fully mature, brown acorns with the caps still attached. Avoid green, unripe acorns, as these are higher in tannins.
Rinse your acorns thoroughly to remove any contaminants, such as dirt and small insects. Throw out any rotten nuts.
Remove the hard shells using a nutcracker.
Boil the raw acorns in a pot for 5 minutes, or until the water turns dark brown. Strain the nuts using a colander, discarding the dark water.
Repeat this step until the water boils clear.
After the tannins are leached out, the nuts are considered safe to eat. You can roast them in the oven at 375°F (190°C) for 15–20 minutes for a nutritious snack.
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Nudity while out

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Anyone else like to pull their dick out at overlooks and air out a bit?

Feels so good
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Yes, please plaster my fertile earth with a no-use weed that makes it impossible for fruit-bearing plants to grow there. Please infect my home turf with a green virus that continously grows out of control, requires constant maintenance and gives no benefit whatsoever.

Lawns are literal natural garbage.
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/out/ fitness - COVID edition

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How do you stay inside and get a good workout to maintain your /out/ readiness on point?
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No.1716995 ViewReplyOriginalReport
Umm guys I’m lost deep in the forest and I think I heard a skinwalker, what do?
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