Have you ever had a crow for dinner? I have. In 2014, I made the decision to invest my money. I was curious to find out if Crow would be the only food available in a survival situation. Would it be palatable? ….In the spirit of education and sharing the experience, I ate crow …..
It goes in the pot – yuck!
Crows are carrion-feeders, so I had it boil for 30 minutes straight. Here is the Crow after it was fully cooked.
Unfortunately, a massive thunderstorm came up right after I took the photo. It dropped a lot of rain, so I had no choice but to stay in my tent and eat Crow. It’s enough to say that I was surprised at how good it tasted.
Jason Schwartz is Rocky Mountain Bushcraft’s Senior Editor and Founder. He is a former Army veteran and Red Cross Wilderness & Remote First Aid Instructor. He is also the author of Edible & Medicinal Survival Plants of the Rocky Mountains Pocket Guides. Jason has also written articles on bushcraft and survival for The New Pioneer and Backpacker Magazine Email him at rockymountainbushcraft @ hotmail.com (without spaces)
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Title: Wilderness Survival: Eat Crow Readers!
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Published Date: Wed, 27 Oct 2021 12:41:00 +0000