A tubby suburban dad watching hunting and adventure shows
on TV and wondering could I do that?
This is the chronicle of my adventures as I learn to learn to Forage,
Hunt and Fish for food that has lived as I would wish to myself -
Wild and Free.
I have indeed pondered much on this topic. I love food. And I also love a lot of other activities and hence don't have enough time to dedicate to gather and/or hunt my food so that I'm calorifically and taste-budily satisfied. And I'm also fairly impecunious which means that if I stuck to my time-low, money-low and ethically-high standards, I'd be eating rather boring things.So I find that I often compromise on one of the above. Though I try my best to make sure it's not third option that gets the beating.I suppose we do what we can. Though we should probably do more. Both as individuals and collectively.
Hey, SBW - Thanks so much for the kind re-post!
AndreaWell put. We are now so deeply embedded in the process of food industrialisation that as a society I doubt there is a way back, but as individuals there's a great deal we can do. I recommend http://norcalcazadora.blogspot.com/and the boyfriendshttp://www.honest-food.net/blog1/be interested to know your thoughtsSBW
TovarA very very good post/bit of storytelling.SBW
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