Maine LOBSTER Catch and Cook in PRIMITIVE REED HUT! _ Day 3 of 7 in Wilderness Survival Challenge






Wooded Beardsman: Survival series. 687K YT subscribers can’t be wrong! We finally get to check our lobster traps which we set off the shores of Maine 2 day previous. The goal of the challenge is to maintain our body weight through foraging wild foods only.

Malcolm ‘The Hidden Woodsman”: https://thehiddenwoodsmen.com/
Check out Zach Fowler:

We also are looking for other wild foods like turkey as it is the spring season. We do manage to get a red squirrel in a catch and cook which we add to our smoked fish.

The goal is to replace any calories we burn foraging for wild foods in order to balance our energy expenditures as modern foragers.

We bait our lobster traps with alewife or river herring which we dip netted the day before. This is all about survival and eating the foods that we can easily forage and scavenge from wild sources. We are really trying to balance our calories eating only wild edibles.

We will show you how to cook and clean the clams and eat the stomach. We will remove the skin and also purge and wash the clams and boil in water.

Malcolm makes a dandelion wild spinach boiled green.

The Wilderness Living Challenge is not a “survival challenge,” but more like a test of the modern hunter gatherer to sustain himself on wild foods only. We will weight ourselves at the start of the challenge and weight out at the end. If we lose any weight at all, we lose the challenge!

Follow along as we struggle to get wild foods!

I am joined by Zach Fowler on his home turf in Maine, USA in the spring.

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Maine LOBSTER Catch and Cook in PRIMITIVE REED HUT! _ Day 3 of 7 in Wilderness Survival Challenge

Wooded Beardsman: Survival series. 687K YT subscribers can't be wrong! We finally get to check our lobster traps which we set off the shores of Maine 2 day previous. The goal of the challenge is to maintain our body weight through foraging wild foods only.

Malcolm 'The Hidden Woodsman": https://thehiddenwoodsmen.com/

Check out Zach Fowler:

We also are looking for other wild foods like turkey as it is the spring season. We do manage to get a red squirrel in a catch and cook which we add to our smoked fish.

The goal is to replace any calories we burn foraging for wild foods in order to balance our energy expenditures as modern foragers.

We bait our lobster traps with alewife or river herring which we dip netted the day before. This is all about survival and eating the foods that we can easily forage and scavenge from wild sources. We are really trying to balance our calories eating only wild edibles.

We will show you how to cook and clean the clams and eat the stomach. We will remove the skin and also purge and wash the clams and boil in water.

Malcolm makes a dandelion wild spinach boiled green.

The Wilderness Living Challenge is not a "survival challenge," but more like a test of the modern hunter gatherer to sustain himself on wild foods only. We will weight ourselves at the start of the challenge and weight out at the end. If we lose any weight at all, we lose the challenge!

Follow along as we struggle to get wild foods!

I am joined by Zach Fowler on his home turf in Maine, USA in the spring.