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Tantalise Your Taste Buds
This issue sees the return of Wild Food Expert, Marcus Harrison who will tantalise your taste buds with some of the seasonal pickings available this Spring. Make your own mobile chopping block with step-by-step instructions by Ben and Lois Orford. Lofty Wiseman’s articles always enthrall and this issue is no different, see what this survival legend has to say. Paul Kirtley navigates the route to mastery and Pablo lets you know the goings on in nature as Spring is sprung. Feeling crafty, then take a look at the latest from our resident Bushcraft on a Budget expert Ian Nairn, make your own net with Jason Ingamells and craft a large pestle and mortar with Jonathan Ridgeon.
If Tim Gent’s recent articles have given you the itch to paddle, in this issue he shares his knowledge on choosing an open canoe. Have you ever wondered how long a debris shelter can last, then see what Dave Watson has to say about long-term shelter building. Read about how to get warm night’s sleep outdoors and if it gets too cold on those Spring nights, check out our stoves review so you can warm your nights under canvas. And as always, so much more...
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