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Originally posted by Nohup
It's not that easy for human beings to digest cellulose, so tree eating should probably only be considered as a last resort. A better plan would be to raise critters who can digest cellulose, like termites and goats and so on, and then eat them or use them for other things like milk and cheese.
Goats are great. They are your survivalist friends.
Originally posted by Salt of the Earth
I have some mutt goats and recently purchased a la mancha buck. Next spring hope to have some good milkers. The ones I have now are so-so. La manchas will give a whole lot of milk. You can culture it and make kefir and cheese and such. I've not figured out how to make butter because the milk doesn't separate out very well.