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Survival | Reddit by /u/laiw0ngbao - 14h ago

Hey guys. I found some pockets in some rocks by the sea with lots of sea salt from the high tides that evaporate during the day.

I harvested a full mug of salt chunks. Some of the pockets of salt still had a bit of water and the salt was a bit wet.

I have dried the salt in the sun.

Is it safe to eat or do i have to boil it in a pot of water and let it evaporate to sanitize it?

Thanks

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Survival | Reddit by /u/justletmelogindang - 2d ago

I was wondering the best and safest ways to poop to ensure your survival in almost any situation. I am curious about different techniques in different places. Do you poop differently in the woods vs in a porta potty vs truck stop bathroom vs in an alley vs in your home vs in someone else's home?? what items are you bringing with you or using? Does the time of day and/or location change the amount of time it takes to poop? what should I be looking for in choosing the best pooping location? I'm desperate to learn about all things survival. Just don't want to get caught with my pants down.

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I don’t have much survival experience, but I feel this urge to start doing backpacking and then start going into the wild for short periods at a time to get away from society. So tips, books, anything that could be useful would be great.

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Do any of you have any specific skills you believe to be important for the ability of an individual to survive dangerous situations when faced with them?

I feel skills like

  • Map/ compass reading

  • Fire starting

  • Shelter building

  • Swimming

  • Foraging/ hunting/ trapping/ fishing/ tracking

  • First aid skills

  • Climbing

are often touched on, but I believe the addition of the following to one's arsenal are beneficial:

  • Archery

  • Running/ hiking/ athletics

  • Shooting

  • Kayaking/ canoeing/ sailing

  • Farming

  • Bodyweight/ conditioning exercises

  • Martial arts (my favourites are karate/ boxing/ BJJ)

The addition of all the above gives a survivor an edge and a good all round ability, and help to build will power and mental resilience. I feel like the more experiences, and variation in those experiences, makes an individual tougher physically and mentally.

Do any of you agree or disagree? are there any skills you'd add or take away?

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