10 Coolest Paracord Survival Bracelets‏

The use of bracelets can mean the difference between life and death. What about using paracord for making a survival bracelet? Each bracelet is made with 8 to 20 feet of paracord, which can be used in many survival situations.

Here are the 10 coolest paracord survival bracelets with essential gear inside.

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1. Fire Starter | Paracord Bracelet

This paracord bracelet gives you an extra 15-17 feet of useable paracord. There is also a stainless steel eye knife buried inside. Start a fire easily with the knife and the flint clasp.

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2. Lumberjack Survival Bracelet

This one is amazing! It’s capable of cutting down trees! Check out this video on how to use the wire saw hidden inside.

 

3. Survival Bracelets with Fishing Line

This paracord is perfect for any survival situation. Carry everything you need to fish!

4. Blaze Bar Quick Deploy | Paracord Bracelet

This bracelet deploys in a flash. The quick deploy weave used in the bracelet will have the paracord unravelled, in our hands, and ready to go in moments!

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5. Paracord Secret Compartments

These paracord knots are able to store very useful survival tools inside the survival bracelet. Check the videos below!

 

6. Paracord Watch Bracelet

Replace your watch band with some useful paracord!

7. Compass Survival Bracelets

Weave a compass into your paracord bracelet!

8. Paracord Dog Collar

Don’t forget your pets and store necessary supplies for their needs, like this paracord collar.

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9. Wearable Survival Kit | Paracord Bracelet

This ultimate survival bracelet comes jam-packed with 18 survival tools!

10. Make a Mad Max Style Survival Bracelet

Who says preppers are not fashion? This video will show you how to make your own paracord bracelet.

Now try hiding some of your key survival tools in one of these paracord bracelets.

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Leek and Nettle Soup Recipe

With this delicious recipe, you use the best of your garden and wild edible plants. Our ancestors used to add wild foods in their meals because there wasn’t enough crops from the garden. Easy to prepare, enjoy!

Ingredients

2 large (washed) potatoes cut up small with skin on
10 cups water
4 cups thinly sliced leeks
1/2 cup dried stinging nettle (or equivalent fresh)
Handful of fresh finely chopped dandelions
Handful of dried or fresh (washed) red clovers
2 tsp. of dried thyme (or equivalent fresh)
1 tsp. salt
1 tsp. pepper
3 tsp. garlic powder
3 tsp. dulce flakes (reserve one teaspoon for garnishing)

Instructions

In one pot bring potatoes to a boil. Once par-boiled, drain and rinse.

In a large pot, pour in water, add stinging nettle. Bring to a boil. Lower temperature and add all remaining ingredients (including potatoes). Stir well. Simmer 30 minutes.

Place soup mixture in a blender and turn on low for 10-20 seconds. Pour into bowls and garnish with dulce flakes. (Garnish with fresh parsley as well if you have it!)

How to Make Easy Homemade Energy Bars

Energy bars is a great survival food for your BOB and survival kits. There are easy to carry and are perfect to boost your energy when you need it.

Here is a very simple recipe for a whole grain energy bar you can do quickly.
And it’s delicious!

Cooking is a wonderful activity to do with your children. They enjoy making things by themselves and they are learning at the same time.

 Easy Energy Bar

        Ingredients

• 9 cups oats
• 1/2 cup honey
• 1/3 cup maple syrup
• 2 cups sugar (I prefer raw cane sugar)
• 2 cups butter
• 1/2 cup peanuts
• 4 cups chocolate chips

Directions
1. Preheat oven to 350.
2. In a large bowl stir all the ingredients together.
3. Press 1/2- inch thick onto a 9×18-inch cookie sheet.
4. Bake at 250 for about 15 minutes, until the mixture is bubbly,
5. Remove from oven and let cool (this is very important, it will become very crumbly if not allowed to cool completely)
6. Cut into small pieces and enjoy.

You can also add peanuts, almonds, cinnamon,… Whatever you want if it tastes good for you!

Survival Recipe – Nettle & Barley Risotto

The oldest recorded recipe in Britain according to the Centre for Nutrition and Dietetics at the University of Wales Institute in Cardiff is one for nettle pudding, consisting of not surprisingly nettle with barley. They claim it to be 8,000 years old!

Taking this for inspiration I decided to create a nettle risotto using barley instead of rice, to which I added ramsons (wild garlic), and kelp seaweed.

This nettle risotto recipe is easy, quick and deeply nourishing, so you won’t need bowlfuls to feel thoroughly satiated.

I find barley extremely warming, and with this years spring vacillating between sun, rain and hail, this nettle risotto recipe hits the spot for those who like their food deliciously tasty and simple.

Nettle Risotto Recipe Ingredients

  • 80g nettles
  • 70g wild garlic (chopped)
  • 3g dried kelp
  • 200g pearl barley
  • 500ml stock
  • 200ml nettle & kelp water
  • 40g parmesan cheese
  • 2tbsp cream cheese
  • 1 onion
  • 3 garlic cloves (chopped)
  • 3 tbsp of vegetable oil
  • black pepper

Nettle Risotto Recipe Instructions

  1. Put nettles and kelp into a pan and cover with water. Bring to a simmer and cook for 10 minutes. Drain, reserving the liquid. Remove the kelp, and squeeze the nettles to remove any excess liquid, then chop.
  2. In a large frying pan or paella dish add 2 tablespoons of oil, and gently fry the onion for about 3 minutes until soft and translucent, next add the garlic and stir so as not to burn it.
  3. Add another tablespoon of oil, then pour in the barley, add the chopped nettles and stir to coat.
  4. Mix together 500ml of stock (I use a good chicken stock) with 200ml of the reserved nettle/kelp liquid, called from now on simply; the stock
  5. Add a ladle of the stock, and stir continuously until it has been absorbed by the barley. Keep ladling the stock in small amounts until the barley is cooked. When you have only about 200ml left of the stock add in the chopped wild garlic. Remember to keep stirring all the time, so the barley doesn’t burn.
  6. When the barley is cooked, add the parmesan cheese, cream cheese and black pepper. Stir together and serve.

Serves: 2

Source: www.eatweeds.co.uk

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