THE last chapter saw pemmican near the top of the social ladder, with the magnates of the Beaver Club, pioneers of Big Business in the New World, fetching it from the remote prairies, at great cost, to be die chief dish at their banquets.
If you’ve ever felt nervous about whether this way of eating can be good for you, consider listening to this reading of Fat of the Land by Vilhjalmar Stefansson. Some of your favorite YouTube Carnivores collaborated to record each chapter of this seminal book which documents Stefansson’s experiences living with the Inuit of the arctic circle in the early part of the 20th century. Stefansson describes in great detail the traditional diet of the Inuit and his own experience transitioning from the usual European rations to eating locally. Not only is it refreshing to hear his challenges and ultimate success, but also to hear the Inuit recommendations on fixing these challenges. A healthy population that has been eating this way for many many generations has much wisdom to share about reaching optimal health.
The Fat of the Land has been reprinted for Kindle and of course there is the free pdf that anyone can download, but if you find it difficult to read in that format, then this recording is for you! Please share…
Original video: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Ag2vdJK7xI&list=PLEHreqIpTqQVXdwxnx5gCy0gAyxHBkamL&index=14
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