Food preservation.

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    So it's summer and you have an abundance of fruit, berries, nuts and fish to stock up to survive on. Is there a way to preserve these foods so that you can take them into winter? Can you make these foods last a few months without access to a freezer?
     
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    I have found the easiest way is to dry foods. At home we dry our produce in the open oven & on top of our wood burning stove. Out bush you can spread nuts & berries on flat rocks around your fire. Meat, including fish can be dried on racks over a fire.
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    Just to the right of my wigwam you can see my drying rack.
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    Close-up of the same drying rack next to my wigwam.
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