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This outfit would be designed for camping trips. It would
be pulled out of it's package and worn and/or washed as
long as needed, then boiled in water. The fabric would
be made of a hydrocarbon that breaks down at 100
degrees celsius into something very biodegradable. This
eliminates the need
to carry back large amounts of
bonus: Canabals don't have
to undress the unlucky intruder
bonus 2: eatable
bonus 3: Boil off the legs for
your pants for a shorter and more comfortabel garment.
Long-sleeved shirts can also become short-sleeved.
Bonus 4: this material could also be used to make a
tent for a very light return trip.
||Hmmm. What material did you have in mind? Most edible
things that would break down at 100°C will do so more slowly
at armpit-temperature. Also, if you want it to be edible,
hydrocarbons aren't a good choice - carbohydrates, maybe.
||Back in WW2 Canadian military winter jackets came equipped with edible buttons that would boil down for soup as a survival tool.