Easy Emergency Wilderness Survival Food

Easy Emergency Wilderness Survival Food

- in Survival In Mountains

Lonnie shows here a quick and easy survival food that is available year round that could easily make the difference between life and death. It is easily prepared with no cooking (eat it raw). All that is needed is a knife but even that is not necessary. This food could be gathered using a sharp edged rock. This food is also one of the easiest foods to identify.


  1. Well, at least you didn't say it tastes like chicken. lol

  2. Cyber EMR Estrella

    The Mic Macs from Easter Canada used to make a hot tea with Spruce bows….high in Vitamin C and was used to cure scurvy.

  3. enjoyable and interesting

  4. Virginia Bradley

    You're a rascal! Isn't this indicative of all conifers?
    Thanks, Clark

  5. What a surprise, a spruce tree tastes like a spruce tree! lol

  6. Is the outer layer edible as well as the inner layer?

  7. Lonnie, It's good to see you cracck up a little for once. 

  8. Thank you very much for the informative video and great humor. I've watched many survival shows/videos, and few ever mention this plentiful survival food. Keep up the great work. I look forward to your next video.

  9. Hey, let me know how can I contact you, need to talk to you something.


  10. "Show them the scenery" LOL. I knew what was coming next.

  11. Lonnie, if you ever do try to eat pine bark remember that it's the inner bark that you want. I had an old book that said to eat the inner bark of all evergreens with the exceptions of the yews and other arborvitaes. Those are poisonous. The cambium layer of Birch is good. You can eat it raw or slice it into strands and cook it like spaghetti. I learned that from Euell Gibbons many, many years ago. Yeah, I'm one of those old farts.

  12. Good video , great personality and one can use the pine needles in a tea as a source of vitamin c…….there are some good uses for the pines !

  13. Meditationis Musica

    the body will probally use more calories to digest it, than the actual calories that is in the bark.

  14. Far North Bushcraft And Survival

    You are welcome Elenore. Thank you

  15. Far North Bushcraft And Survival

    Thank you and you are welcome. Normally I'm pretty reserved on the camera but Once the thought to do that crossed my mind I knew I had to go ahead and do it. I had fun doing the video. Thanks for watching.

  16. Far North Bushcraft And Survival

    This was filmed about 1/2 a mile from my house in South Central Alaska

  17. thanks. very interesting.

  18. This is one of the funniest things I've seen in a while, thank you, laughter is contagious.

  19. Where is this filmed, it's beautiful.

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