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Survival Food – Limpets (Tropical Island Part 11 of 14)

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In this video I am cooking limpets. Make sure that you give them a good boil for at least 20 minutes. You want to avoid getting sick. They taste great by the way 🙂

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Survival Food – Limpets (Tropical Island Part 11 of 14)

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9 thoughts on “Survival Food – Limpets (Tropical Island Part 11 of 14)

  1. Limpets are a great source of protein along the coast and can be found all over the world. They need a really good boil because sometimes they may contain bacterias and parasites you want to get rid off. Boonie used in this video:

    1. Coom video thx for that! I will collect these limpits on my next trip to a nice beach too! And i can’t wait for your survival lilly knife!!! I wanna collect the limpits with it then :)) keep on being amazing XXX

  2. Sorry Lilly, I’ll have to report you to the “National Limpet Society” for cruelty to limpets – boiled alive.

  3. Could you be more descriptive please….this is a Dakota fire pit…that was good…but name of stove. Why a limpets is a limpet…shape? Usual place to find. High tide low tide… Just more description please.. I really do like your style though. in Okinawa…what sea ??this tropical island is in a least.

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