The hit show Alone has spurred the interest in foraging for food. For good reason. When you’re out in the wilderness alone and you don’t have a supply of food, you have to go find it yourself.
You can eat almost anything you find; the wilderness is full of edible plants and animals for the survivalist who knows where to look. However, there are some things that you should just stay away from.
Knowing the difference between what you can eat for food to stay alive and what might kill you deserves careful attention.
If you can build a shelter, make a fire when you need, but don’t know what kinds of food are safe, you’re going to be in trouble.
Foraging food alone in the wilderness…
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