With two weeks before our first meal, we have much to do and little time to do it in. There are fishing licenses to acquire, boats to prepare, tackle boxes to clean and most importantly, research to do! We stopped by the library earlier this week, but to no avail. Not surprisingly, the internet has been extremely helpful, but we want to have more than one source for everything we try to eat (so as not to die). In the end, a good field guide is what we need to get our hands on to locate, identify and prepare our wild edibles (it would be awful to choose the inedibles on accident….obviously).
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