Sunday sure is the most delicious day of the week. It is everybody’s day to grill their most favorite dishes and step out to enjoy the beautiful weather. Starting from homemade pizzas, succulent grill-roasted meats, beef burgers, grilled pork tenderloin to roasted chicken, name it, everybody has a favorite. As much as people love backyard barbecues with their family and make it a reason to gather around and talk, barbecues are more fun when we invite friends.
Making sure that you have enough gas in the propane tank and enough charcoal to get the party going must be the first and foremost thing to do on a bbq night. None could reveal the actual number of times they ran to the gas station for a refill when their half-cooked burgers sat on the grill for the host to come back. When you finally come back, your burgers would have gone all chewy and lifeless. When it comes to charcoal, you can very well give it a second life and use it for your next grilling session. Instead of immersing charcoal in the water to extinguish a fire, carefully spraying it down with water can give it a second lease of life.
Having remembered a most cherished time, it is time for you to consider a different situation. You are miles away from the city, lost somewhere in the woods, it’s freezing outside, and you just ate your emergency food. You could possibly do nothing but wonder if superman or an Avenger would come to your rescue. How would you feel if you got to know that there is a play store app that could be your survival champion and a memory aid?
Roebuck Survival app by Roebuck Digital Limited is an educational app that helps you remember the essential survival skills. From the core bushcraft to delivering a baby outside a hospital, the Roebuck Survival app enables you to get out of every complicated situation under the sun. With everything around us moving at a fast pace and the world becoming a dangerous place, it wouldn’t hurt anyone to learn the fundamental skills much needed for our survival.
Can you imagine something as simple as burnt wood can be incredibly useful? If you think making barbecue is the only use of charcoal, you are mistaken. It has many possible uses, such as purifying water, removing toxins from our body, and maintaining oral hygiene.
To make a charcoal filter, collect some fresh charcoal that has cooled down, and crush it to a fine powder. Fill a big plastic bottle tightly with the powder and turn it upside down. Cover its mouth with a piece of fabric to make sure the charcoal doesn’t fall out. Place a piece of fiber on the top of the packed charcoal layer and slowly pour untreated water. Run the clear water in the filter again until you achieve the desired clarity.
Install the Roebuck Survival app and get your learning curve up.