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    Excellent.
    I would say he was only half right: Bushcrafting *itself* is about thinking outside the box and making do for cheaper.

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    Excellent cooking kit--do you have any problem with the cans rusting? All of the cans that I have tried to salvage from my kitchen have rusted rapidly on the bottom.

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    Great ideas brother... nice to know you really don't have to spend an arm an a leg on gear.

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    This is a really good video. He has it together !

    The coffee cans do rust out fairly quickly when in use, but I have never had a problem using one for a week or so. If you find replacing them a problem, the little K-Mart stainless Grease Pot for about 6.97 will eliminate that problem, and it has a lid to boot.
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