|One of our cousins, in the wild!|
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Did you know that in the wild, our cousins forage 70% of the day? That means that they search for food at least 6 hours a day. For those of you who have gotten more accustomed to a more sedentary life style, don’t panic. Eating can be both fun and challenging and the act of foraging – that's searching for food – can provide both. Even most of our human companions enjoy the act of foraging. In their world, it is called shopping or harvesting. Some go to work to earn the money to buy their food while others spend hours creating a garden and growing food. On top of that, more hours are spent cooking food. For most, it is a process that takes time and provides nurturance and satisfaction.
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|Another wild cousin!|
It may take some time to learn foraging but once you understand that you are not going to starve to death (your human companions will never let that happen) and that you are going to feel happier and healthier, you will embrace foraging forever!!
I promise and that promise is worth a 20% discount on any of my foraging toys at mommabird.com. Just write "foragingfun" as the coupon code at checkout.