I actually believe it is always a good time to appreciate leftovers, but even if you are not as strict, you probably got the message from the past 3 months…
Learning to use what you have lying around is an essential skill for times when supermarkets are raided, stores are barely open and I even read that people that have never ever hunted before are applying for a gun permit.
That is, in my humble opinion, quite scary.
I have never hunted, and I hope to never be in this situation either, but from what I gather, it is a skill that needs careful learning before executing.
I remember watching one of the most wonderful movies I ever saw, “Into the wild”.
Check it out if you can.
A young man reads Henry Thoro and decides that he had enough of Bourjois life, leaves everything behind, and goes to live in the depths of the woods, alone, with barely any equipment, and hardly any knowledge of survival in these harsh conditions.
Eddie Vedder (Pearl jam) did the soundtrack for this movie, and the result is a true masterpiece.
My point: after watching the movie I understood that hunting isn’t as easy (or romantic) as you might believe it is.
Instead of getting a gun permit, you can try implementing more love towards the groceries you have already hunted at the supermarket.
Got a lot of apples and bananas and some are showing signs of advanced maturity?
Peel the bananas and freeze for smoothies and ice cream, and mash the apples into apple sauce, plus both can be used to make vegan healthy oatmeal cookies:
Those oatmeal cookies are a staple here at my house, super easy to make and big on the nutritious section.
Enjoy- the cooliflower.
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