Only once. All I'll tell you is that you must have to choose leaves for absorbency or friction or something. If you're inexperienced, you may want to do it near a river of lake. That's all I'll say.
I'd like to learn to go outside successfully, since then I'd feel less dependent on toilets and all that wasted water, so I went looking around for videos.
This first fellow seems like a seasoned pro, and he can definitely help me in my choice of wiping materials. The second one prefers bidet-style hygiene, which I guess is okay if you get the water from a stream or something, rather than a poor, tired-out aquifer. I'll try both methods some day and get back to you on that.
Tens of thousands of years! Oh, eh, poop away from a water source. Ignore my previous suggestion.
To me, this guy's a little too civilized about it all. I'm guessing he's out there to kill things, so, y'know, we're definitely on different wavelengths.
So there you have it, Natural Pooping 101!