Primitive Technology demonstrated how to make a clay kiln and all sorts of primitive pottery from a termite mound. Fans of Primitive Technology can help support his future work on Patreon. I starte…

How to Make a Clay Kiln and Primitive Pottery From a Termite Mound

Primitive Technology: Weaving Bark Fiber Mats - Wide Open Spaces

Primitive Technology: Weaving Bark Fiber Mats

Our man makes a primitive loom and weaves tree bark fibers to create a couple of mats for his hut. You also get a nice view of the hut in the rain.

7 Primitive Cooking Methods You Still Need to Know Today - If it all goes to hell there will be no gas, there will be no electricity being produced. You will have to cook with fire! Did you know that there is more than one way to cook with fire? Quite amazing!

7 Primitive Cooking Methods You Still Need to Know Today

7 Primitive Cooking Methods You Still Need to Know Today - If it all goes to hell there will be no gas, there will be no electricity being produced. You will have to cook with fire! Did you know that (Primitive Camping Hacks)

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The Mesmerizing How-Tos of "Primitive Technology"

I built this tiled roof hut in the bush using only primitive tools and materials. The tools I used have been made in my previous videos. It should be pointed...

I built a hut with a tiled roof, underfloor heating and mud and stone walls. This has been my most ambitious primitive project yet…

How to Construct a Bow and Arrows Using Only Primitive Stone Tools

How to Construct a Bow and Arrows Using Only Primitive Stone Tools

Primitive Technology demonstrated how to construct a bow and arrows using only primitive stone tools. The video shows how to cut a small tree for the bow with a stone hand axe, split it with a chis…

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the three stones are used to keep the cooking pot off the top of the single cinder block ...you can see them if you look carefully at the finished diagram.    -Erica,  I found the plains Indians in North America (the Dakota being one of the tribes to do so) used these stoves:

Dakota Fire Hole: Saves Wood, Burns HOT, Minimal Smoke & Efficient Cooking - Outdoor End camping tips (Primitive Camping Hacks)

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