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    Cattail Sandals
    From the Primitive Skills Group - The sandals were made by the the bintubi(also known as Pintubi) aborigines and the technique is simple but since a picture is worth a thousand words I'll find the reference to it and you can track it down. I think it was in the Journal "Mankind" and it was written by Thomson.....Naaah I'll try and explain it.
    PSG FAQ: Food
    Plants are the major source of carbohydrates in a survival situation, in addition to being under most circumstances more easily available. The problem with plants is that you need to know what you are doing when using them. This is of course also true when it comes to hunting, but in general the only consequence of messing up is that you don't get anything to eat, perhaps with the exception of fishing with rapid expanding bait and shooting at anything that moves.

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