• Very dense
Hot-burning
Should season at least
one year
Difficult to split
Efficient, hot-burning
Should season at least
one year
Burns at medium heat
Sweet burning aroma
Sparks a lot, doesn't produce
lots of smoke
Burns very quickly
Bright, hot-burning
Good firestarter
High sap content
Burns messy
Don't use as your exlcusive
firewood
Very dense, hard wood
Difficult to split
Doesn't smell great as it
burns
Burns and splits easily
Burns at a low heat
Sparks a lot, heavy smoke
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    • Damn people out here seasoning their oak wood while real ones just eat it straight
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    • Great , now I know what to use for the fire, but what about the color of the fire??
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    • Ok but can u change campfire colors tho
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    • I dont think I need to know how it smells to survive
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    • I’d honestly just burn whatever the fuck I can find lmao.
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    • Being a machinist for over a decade I can tell you what metals are what by the shape and color of their sparks from a grinding wheel but I can't identify a goddamn one of the trees behind my house.
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    • Y'all left out the best. Cedar keeps bugs away.
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    • Yea cuz I'm gonna season my oak for a year if I'm in a survival situation
      Magnums 4 jul
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    • So how do you guys season your wood? Personally I use my own blend of garlic, paprika, onion powder, chili powder, oregano, basil, black pepper, salt, and cayenne. Wby?
      Numbuh_2 4 jul
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    • If it’s for survival I’m burning everything that burns
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    • I love how these tips are intended for fireplace use and the caption is like FOR SURVIVAL USE FOR Survival
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    • They forgot about cedar, natural mosquito repellant
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    • But wait!
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    • Okay but where is willow, yew, and magic? Don’t forget that adding logs to a bonfire increases your life points
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    • I was expecting a joke about morning wood!
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    • Then there's my wood: Highly flammable, produces alot of smoke, untouched by mankind.
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    • Hold up. Where’s acacia, dark oak, and jungle
      Urbanxx 4 jul
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    • Hrrng minecraft
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    • For y’all who wanna know what Cherry wood smells like, it smells like dill
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    • American chestnut it illegal to cut down
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    • Can we see the outside for all of these, how the fuck am I supposed to know which is which when I’m roaming the forest
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    • How is this essential for survival? What forest has all these options to choose from? Ur lost? Find a tree quick
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    • No Mesquite? RReeeee *in Texan
      Kaliic 4 jul
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    • Forgot to mention that maple smells motherfucking great as it burns
      i_am_me2 4 jul
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    • Ok but how do you get different colored campfires?
      1KOA1 4 jul
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    • Ok, but once I’ve started my campfire with this wood, how could I change the colors of it?
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    • Why not hickory it’s hard to split but it burns evenly and the smell is amazing. And if you cook hot dogs or some sort of food over it, it takes in the flavor of hickory
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    • Fuck I love wood!
      Grazzer 6 jul
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    • red cedar,? evergreens?
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    • WHERE THE FUCK IS SPRUCE
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    • Am I going to remember this in a couple minutes? No. Am I still going to like this in hopes of it saving me one day even though I would never get stuck in the woods let alone leave my house? Yes.
      Jun3bug 4 jul
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    • Fuck, I’m lost in the woods. Better chop some wood so I can let it sit for a year.
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    • What about Morning?
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    • I thought this was telling me what to build a house out of lol
      DrZwicky 4 jul
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    • I like using pins first since it burns fast and hit, and then I put oak on top to use the pine to catch it on fire, the oak burns all through the night.
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    • Elm, she hates mankind and waits til every gust be laid, to drop a limb on the head of him that anyway trusts her shade!
      Picti 7 jul
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    • Wow leaving my man cedar out
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    • Y'all should watch alone on Netflix. It's a survival show. It's super good.
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    • Forgot about cedar and mesquite
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    • Yeah, if you know how to tell which tree is what I guess
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    • You should add black walnut to this mix- easy to identify, lots of uses other than just burning!
      agentill 3 jul
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    • THERE ARE NO MORE CHESTNUTS THEY WERE WIPED OUT BY THE FUCKING JAPANESE I HATE THEM I HATE THEM I HATE THEM THEY USED TO COMPRISE 25% OF ALL HARDWOODS IN THE APPALACHIANS AND NOW THEYRE GONE THEYRE FUCKING GONE OVER 4 BILLION TREES GONE I HATE THE JAPANESE
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    • Ron Swanson made this
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    • Nothing is easier to split than maple.
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    • Saving this just in case I get over my fear of planes, decide to get on a flight, get in a plane crash that’s luckily near a wooded area, somehow survive the crash, and end up finding some oak that I’ll spend a week cutting down with some metal scrap from the plane crash
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    • Ok but there are multiple types of mentioned woods
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    • Ok but how do I change the color of my campfire?
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    • What about cedar?
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    • Thought there was gonna be a dick joke at the bottom. I've spent way too much time on this app
      tweb 4 jul
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    • Good to know for camping or a zombie apocalypse
      SirLight 4 jul
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    • Ok, but you didn't tell us which type of wood is best for carving and sculpting. 2 out of 5.
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    • Birch is my favorite actually in a survival situation. This applies more toward people who heat their home with wood, which they already know lol. But I find birch lights really easy and doesn't need much time at all to dry out. Awesome smell while burning too.
      Landy20 4 jul
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    • Oh yeah, survive this!
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    • You forgot locust, the hardest, hottest and longest burning wood of the US. Now I cant say there isn't a better tree elsewhere, but locust is the best I can find.
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    • Haha, chestnut.
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    • That's cool an all but once I got the fire going how do I change the flame colors?
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    • survival???
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    • Okay but what does it actually mean
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    • How do I preserve my wood? I had some wood from a tree I cut down and I skinned it because me and my friend were gonna make shit with it and use leftovers for campfires, but now he can’t come over for a while, and it’s all fucking gross and mossy. It’s just been outside on the ground for a while
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    • We burn only pine. Get the fire hot and turn off the air supply and the fire stays warm all night
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    • This is going to help me tremendously, living in the desert
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    • Really about to leave out Locust? That’s like the best firewood there is
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    • Mahogany is the best wood
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    • Hey can you go check out "La Tre Clays" on YouTube?
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    • Mulberry isn't the worst either
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    • Important to know for survival
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    • I like to burn manchineel tree logs
      Diop 4 jul
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    • Wood is wood!
      Johnwank 4 jul
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    • I’m pretty sure it’s more important to know how to start a fire rather than the best wood to burn
      Rcishere 8 jul
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    • Where the fuck is cedar. Cedar is the best wood
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    • Pulls down my pants... And here we have, Pekerwude.
      JimDude 7 jul
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    • Elm smells like piss when you cut it up. I don't know about burning it though.
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    • If only I knew what to use to make the fire look my colorful
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    • I perfer hedge for firewood
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    • Yeah but how do i change the color though?
      Fe26 7 jul
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    • wood is wood
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    • "Should seasons at least one year" "good for survival" lmai
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    • So like when I’m burning it...how do I change the color?
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    • Wood Chopping lvl 99
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    • So we out here putting seasonings on wood
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    • What about mesquite
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    • Wood
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    • Alder splits so easy and is good for smoking fish! Hey yuh hey yuh hey yuh!
      hawl 7 jul
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    • This is actually really helpful when picking what wood you want when choosing a kendama
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    • No
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    • Well, time to hop back on minecraft to see if butch burns faster than oak
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    • Description of wood: 🍆
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    • Morning -
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    • *picture of David from camp Camp*
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    • We usually heat our house with Birch and lemme tell ya it gets hot af
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    • Stacked a whole wall of Maple the other day. It was so twisted that it took much longer than usual :/
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    • Ash wood gives the most heat of any other wood just an fyi
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    • Hickory
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    • *provides useless info to the common man* Ifunny users: *chimpanzee noises*
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    • Hard core Minecraft players: MY TIME HAS COME!
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