Tuesday, December 20, 2011
Eating Insects for Survival
"Eating Insects for Survival" By Keith McCafferty. How to tell if a bug is safe to eat and why insects (most of them) are one of the most important survival foods. The first time I floated Montana's Smith River with John Hirvela, the only food we took was a sack of potatoes and a shaker of salt. My friend assured me this was all we'd need. We'd cook trout and round off every meal with watercress salad gathered at a spring about 10 miles into the five-day float. · It was the kind of plan that sounds better at home than it does once you've launched your canoe. Click here.