How To Harvest
The Ultimate Survival Food
Right Outside Your Door
Once You Try This Adventurous Food Source
You’ll Never Worry About Going Hungry Again!
FROM: Marjory Wildcraft, Creator of Grow Your Own Groceries
Are you sure you have enough food to eat… no matter what?
I’ve spent years perfecting my gardening techniques, storing food and raising livestock to ensure my family never goes hungry.
All in an effort to become food self-reliant.
Yet I found growing enough essential Omega-3 fats, high-quality protein and even some minerals required to fully satisfy our family’s nutritional needs a challenge. And friends who live in the city found it nearly impossible.
Until I met Allen Davisson.
Imagine what it would be like to step outside your door anytime you want and grab some of the most nutritious food on earth, full of Omega-3 fats, protein and fiber. Sustainable food you don’t have to plant, grow or tend to. Tasty food you can find and enjoy in virtually every climate and environment.
That’s exactly what Allen showed me … and what I’d like to share with you today.
The Food the West Forgot?
Examine the traditional Western diet and you’ll see that it’s junk. Empty calories. Genetically modified foods. And more often than not covered in scary pesticides and herbicides.
I don’t know about you, but I prefer to eat healthy food.
I love fresh organic veggies from my backyard garden. I raise rabbits and chickens for meat. But like most Americans, I had been overlooking a major food source everywhere around me: bugs.
According to the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations, insects form part of the traditional diets of at least 2 billion people.
Today, anywhere from 10% to 60% of animal protein consumed comes from bugs, depending on country and time of year. In fact, insects are a common food source pretty much everywhere except the United States and Europe.
Still, when I first thought about eating bugs, my first thought was “yuck!”
How Do You Get Past The Yuck Factor?
Like many Americans, I wasn’t exactly thrilled to pop a grub, cricket or mealworm in my mouth the first time and start chowing down.
But I’ve traveled all over and know people in other cultures eat bugs all the time. I wondered how I could get from “eww” to “mmm.”
Then I remembered Allen Davisson from central Texas. He’s a widely known expert on the science and practice of eating bugs.
Making a long story short, I called Allen over to show me which bugs were best to eat and how to make them even tastier. Together we threw a huge party, invited a bunch of friends over and tried them together.
Guess what? The party was a huge hit. And almost everyone who came couldn’t eat just one bug. The truth is when you know the best bugs to eat they’re surprisingly delicious.
Now we throw a huge bug fest every year. Even finicky kids are often first at the table and last to leave.
Thanks to Allen, I now know how to find a satisfying source of nutritious protein, Omega-3 fats and essential amino acids virtually anywhere.
Even if I’m stranded in the middle of nowhere - my next meal could be as close as the next blade of grass or fallen log. And so could yours, if you know what Allen showed me.
Yes, People Really Enjoy Eating Bugs
In fact, here's what several had to say the first time they tried one...