Whether you are faced with an extreme survival situation, or you're simply wanting to obtain animals without hunting or trapping, this book will show you how to find, process, and preserve meat without anything but a knife. You'll learn how to safely assess an animal carcass to determine whether it's safe to eat - a vital skill that could save your life. There are also special sections on roadkill and making pemmican - the most nourishing and long-lasting survival food. The instructions contained within this book are well tested, and easy to follow, as Tamarack and his family have lived for over forty years almost exclusively on scavenged meat and hand-caught fish. In an extreme survival situation, this is one book you don't want to be without. It belongs in every backpack, glove compartment, and survival kit, so it will be there when you need it.
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A specialist in the old Indian survival skills, Tamarack Song serves as a consultant for wilderness trekkers around the world, and for organizations such as the National Geographic Society. He founded the Teaching Drum Outdoor School, where he offers month-long and year-long programs that train people to survive entirely by their own wits. For forty years he has provided all of his family’s protein needs from the wilds, without relying on weapons, steel traps, or fishing tackle. He has picked up roadkill and scavenged the kills of other animals for that long as well.
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