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Hunter Gatherer

If you enter the Edwardian edifice of Kelvingrove Museum in Glasgow you get to experience what museum collections used to be like. The consensus of art institutes of the last century and a half has been towards strict specialisation in a particular field. 653 more words

Whole30

So what is the Whole30? We really were not too sure when we first heard about it!

Basically, you’re going to be cutting out a lot of foods, which happen to be a lot of our favorite foods! 333 more words

Diet

{Nut milk gone nutty}

We have experimenting with nut milks for a while now. Actually, more seriously since our regular cow has gone on maternity leave…since then I have been experimenting with different bought milks, like almond, soy, rice and oat. 1,231 more words

Snacks

Grunt. Grunt. CaveMare. Want. Dessert.

The Hunter-Gatherer diet is pretty straight-forward for my Monday to Friday, 9-5 routine, but come the weekend when it’s time to socialize, this CaveMare wants to smash Paleo back into the Ice Age. 204 more words

Dark Emu "an important and well argued book"

The latest academic review of Dark Emu has described it as “an important and well argued book”.

The review by Dr Michael Davis, honorary research fellow at the University of Sydney, appears in the latest issue of  the ANU Press journal… 84 more words

Flexitarian: Conscious meat-eaters (2/2)

I’ve experienced great conversations by expressing my thoughts and considerations behind my food choices without being totally stuck with them. To my mind, showing people that it doesn’t take extreme decisions and sacrifices to turn those considerations into action, is worth more than condemning their behavior. 583 more words

Curiosity

Hunting in the Roman world: anthropology, animal bones and ancient literature

By guest blogger Dr Martyn Allen (University of Reading)

Hunting in the Roman world is a rarely studied and poorly-understood phenomenon, and it is normally considered to have been quite unimportant to the Romans. 2,023 more words

New Research