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WATCH: Muddy Mound Makes For Endless Charcoal

Watch this guy use primitive technology to create reusable facilities.

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Over at Primitive Technology, things are heating up in terms of reusable energy. 

Charcoal used to be burned as a sort of fuel back in the day, even sometimes used for cooking. A man over at Primitive Technology has perfect the art of creating charcoal from a brilliantly engineered mound of mud.

Burning charcoal makes for a hotter fire and thus, more options. The make-shift includes air holes, top opening, and a base with a fire and hot coals.

I know I’d appreciate having this guy with me if I ever find myself needing to survive off the land.


I mean look at this guy go! He has perfected the art of charcoal creation. Maybe up next is cave art with the new product? 

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