1. Foraging

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Foraging was something that people used to do as a main source of food supply. Would you know how to find mushrooms, herbs, vegetables, and berries to eat? Or would you end up picking something poisonous? It’s a tough question to grapple with as most of us have lost these primitive foraging skills. As we have advanced, foraging has become less and less important as grocery stores became more popular; yet I can’t help but feel this type of basic knowledge should still be essential to know, you know—just in case.

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