CAVEMAN Bone Marrow, Bowdrill in the Woods | ASMR (Silent)

CAVEMAN Bone Marrow, Bowdrill in the Woods | ASMR (Silent)

You should never consume parts of an animal found dead in the forest. Unless you are an expert. To cook the bone marrow, we’ll need to make a bow drill kit. I am using cedar, as it is usually very dry. Peeling bark means the tree has been dead for a while. I will use cedar for both the spindle and hearth board. Clearing the snow away will help keep my dry while I work. This is an old axe, well over 100 years old. I will remove all but the center to create the spindle. Collect wood before starting a fire, as a fire needs constant fuel. This bed will not only eventually burn, but will protect the fire from melting snow and water as it grows. Dried grass is an excellent flash tinder. It burns well and hot, but only for a short period of time. I have added a mixture of birch bark into dried twigs. The spindle needs not be fully rounded, but rather, squared off to bind to the rope. The string should be snug, but not too snug. Smoke should appear within 1 minute of starting. Cutting and drilling a notch to accept the ember. Now we go as hard as we can to ignite the dust. Once the dust smokes on it’s own, it is lite. It will burn like this for several minutes. The ember is placed in a bed of birch bark, cedar bark and dried grass. Once it ignites, it should be placed inside more tinder and highly flammable materials like grass and bark. It is critical to tend the fire and add fuels. Now we can add our bones and left over meats. Scavenging meats like this is part of what made us successful as a species. Meats should be well cooked, as they can often carry dangerous parasites. Bone marrow is very rich in fats and therefore, calories. A stick helps stir and break up the marrow, ready for sucking. Bone marrow is very rich.

87 thoughts on “CAVEMAN Bone Marrow, Bowdrill in the Woods | ASMR (Silent)

  1. Best thing you can eat is in the bone! We always save the bones from any kill, freeze it and boil it for soup! Texas Jungle 🤠🤙

  2. I know people like silenced ones but I really don’t. I like to hear you speak so that I know if you’re hungry by the way you speak. It’s called being a human. Great video man and I’m not hAting. Just like hearing you talk.

  3. Dont try to be like primitive technology guy . We like you because you talk and we care about what you gotta say about what you're doing

  4. I like your camping, river fishing and hunting together in a distant places where you spend there some days. Keep going those man

  5. Chris why the reupload man? I love your channel because you put out new content regularly, never mind I forgot your son has stuff going on right now with school and track and weights. Your a busy man and want to put something out rather than nothing I can respect that. Good luck to your son with his sports and school stuff. I dropped a like and will let this play out again anyways so you get that revenue. Tell your wife we want her in more videos with you and have a good one bud.

  6. If that purple, white and black snow suit could tell it's story. I believe you mentioned it originally belonged to your dad. Am I correct? Full stop.

  7. Dude sorry I have not been on ur channel lately if been really busy right now I'm trying to catch up on all the vids and I just finished

  8. I think the one where you explain what you where doing and how important it is to eat bone marrow is better than the silent one.

  9. For those saying it’s a re-upload— stop.

    These are edited versions of already filmed videos for the purposes of those who like ASMR, or simply liked the natural noises and scenery. It is virtually the same video, just without his voice. You can call them re-uploads, but it’s not a bad thing.

    He’s still stayed with his 2 vids a week upload schedual, 3 if you count these types of videos. This is simply extra content for those interested, and is his way of broadening his audience a little.

    I don’t love these videos either, so I don’t watch them— but this isn’t him being dishonest or milking content. It’s him being smart and considerate to other people’s tastes.

  10. @ 1st ,,, I thought he was gonna Build a fire in his jacket!
    I finally figured out he was just building a small 1 x 3 board …

  11. I love these edited reuploads. I like the more explanatory nature of the original and the soothing nature of the re-upload. Smart way to branch out with not too much effort. Love it!

  12. every time I see a video of you is this song that plays in my mind: Dovahkiin, Dovahkiin, naal ok zin los vahriin,
    wah dein vokul mahfaeraak ahst vaal!
    Ahrk fin norok paal graan fod nust hon zindro zaan,
    Dovahkiin, fah hin kogaan mu draal!

  13. Hmmmm … what kind of animal were those bones from? lol Also, you do know that you can use two sticks to move around things in a fire like tongs instead of your fingers? How comfortable would you feel putting those bones in a pot and making Everstew after they have been roasted?

  14. Hit cc for captions

    This one originally gained millions of views. Let's see how the rest of the world reacts!

  15. I always found your videos relaxing in the winter, seeing you build a fire from scratch and telling small facts about the thing you were doing, but still kept it quiet. You should go out again and do a "gather wood-> make a space -> make bonefire -> cook some meet" again 🙂

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