Here is my version of the of a fire starting kit, you will need . . .
lighter, Mason Jar, Tree Twigs, tea candle, Wood Chippings, and a paper towel
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First take your paper towel and add the wood chippings to it.
Then put the twigs you gathered on top of the wood chipping.
You are now going to make a burning bundle sushi roll. Roll these into a roll.
Tie both ends with any string you can find.
You then gather all the supplies you have and put them in the Mason jar. This is easy to store in your hiking bag to take with you on a camping trip. You use the tea candle to put under this bundle and burn. You light the candle with the lighter. Using the candle allows for a longer lasting starting fire and a quicker fire. You can use the Mason jar to boil something in and drink and eat out of it.
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