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The Tracker Magazine - Vol 2 No. 1, Winter 1983

Winter Tea
Tom Brown Jr.

Many times in a winter survival situation, especially when you have to travel long distances, tea is the easiest to prepare. Just because the tea is not a solid does not mean that it does not contain any nutritional value. Pine, sassafrass, birch, alder, sweetfern, sweetgale, rosehip, and any dried plant vegetation that could be used as a tea should be used. Remember, however, that dried plant leaves do not contain the nutrients and vitamins they once did, but many still make a good, warming drink and should not be overlooked.

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