Eels usually live in wet mud so we can easily catch them by hand digging through the mud. I processed them by steamed in bamboo
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Polynesian arrowroot plant. It has a distinctive appearance, sort of like the potato plant. Also note the distinctive flowers Back at the hut making a
Firing bricks Unloading kiln White wood ash left over from firing kiln (must be from a high temperature, well oxygenated fire) Sifting charcoal out of
demolishing old furnace digging pit grate bars chimney tunnel Door brick Building chimney 2 m tall chimney Making charcoal Un burnt wood can be used
Primitive Technology: Primitive Pottery Technology
Building The Most Secret Temple Swimming Pools Underground
I build this stone house using only primitive tools and materials.
The crabs in the stream often hide under the rocks , just flip the rocks up and we can catch them. I cook them by