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Wild Foods

AuthorYearTitle
Archer Mike2011Ordering the vegetarian meal? There’s more animal blood on your hands
Bamman Mattie John2012Seeing and Eating Exotic Animals in South Africa
Brainerd Scott M & Kaltenborn Bjørn2011Selling game: Can we learn from the Scandinavian Model of Wildlife Conservation
Cerulli Tovar2012Devouring the world
Charles Dan2018Why Is Venison On Expensive Plates And Food Pantry Shelves?
Kay Charles E2017Vegetarians” The Scourge of the Earth!
McCarney Paul2015The way to people’s heart is through their stomach
McGrath Charles2007Backyard Pests? Think of Them as Dinner
Minnaar Ninette2016Why you should be including game meat in your Paleo diet
van der Merwe Maretha2013Game from the veld to the table
van Vliet Natalie et al.2016Meat from the Wild: Extractive Uses of Wildlife and Alternatives for Sustainability
Wells Peter2007With So Much to Choose From, Why Such a Limited Menu?
Yoshiko Uehara2015Revival of Japan’s Wild Game Cuisine
Zeiss Hunting Blog2014Wild game: a delicacy. Why it’s better than any other meat
Petersen David 2012Why I Eat Wild Meat
Macon Telegraph2018Enthusiasts fear that hunting is dying. Can ‘locavores’ save it?
Aksich, Caroline2018Why Canoe’s wild rabbit cannelloni is one of Toronto’s most essential dishes
Conservation Visions2018Wild Harvest Initiative – Quarterly Update September 2018
Conservation Visions2017The Wild Harvest Initiative Explained by Shane Mahoney
Smith David (Wide Open Spaces)2016Shane Mahney Exclusive Interview, Part 1: The Wild Harvest Initiative
Coad L, Fa J E, Abernethy K, Van Vliet N et al.2019Towards a sustainable, participatory and inclusive wild meat sector
Owen Rachel2019Duck Breast Bulgogi
Owen Rachel2019Duck Wing Confit
Pallares Gloria2018Wild meat for today and tomorrow
Severson Kim (New York Times)2019A New Breed of Hunters Focuses on the Cooking
Severson Kim (The Independent UK)2019Food-focused millennials are keeping American hunting alive
Truong Wade2019Duck Confit Gizzard Tacos