Is there more to life than hanging steaks? I took to Mimosa Rocks National Park in the hope that some fresh air and grass between my toes would help provide the answer. I sat atop a hill a few metres from my tent and watched the world go by. As the whales started breaching close to the horizon, and as an assortment of marsupials drew ever so closer to ransacking my campsite pantry, it occurred to me that my very existence made up a minute part of billions of years of evolution. There I was just another animal who shared a common ancestor with every other animal that had ever lived. My mind boggled further as I then attempted to conceive the sheer magnitude of the number of lives that were being lived at that given moment, each with their own unique storyline. I quickly began to feel rather insignificant, and what a magnificent feeling it was.
The waves kept turning, the birds kept chirping, yet my mind fell quiet. I would be dead before I knew it, and this thing would continue to tick on by without me. I couldn’t help but smile.
Hell, the list of inconveniences never ends, yet these inconveniences help restore a healthy appreciation for your modern day luxuries. Once you've settled in, you'll likely find that there is something quite freeing about the limitations that camping imposes on you.
Gram for gram, and calorie for calorie liver is the most nutrient dense food you can find. It truly knocks muscle meats out of the park in every vitamin and mineral, and is abundant in many essential nutrients that are either scarce or non-existent in plant foods.
Chewing the meat is finding what works for you, whether that’s keto, paleo, vegan cat, carnivore or any combination. So I encourage you to experiment with different diets, find what works and what doesn’t.