posted on Apr, 6 2013 @ 07:00 PM
I've somehow stumbled upon this site, pretty darn interesting. Considering the effect invasive species can have on the native population. As well as
who doesn't like some free food?
You don't have to leave home to eat your way around the world. There are snails from France, greens from England, fish from Africa, rosehips from
Asia and aquatic mammals from South America just outside your door. You can eat these invaders raw, eat them boiled, eat them with butter and garlic,
or au gratin. This spring instead of dressing your lawn with herbicides, consider balsamic vinaigrette.
Well isn't that just an inviting snippet?
The site has 3 sections regarding things to eat, Land, Sea, and Fresh water cuisine.
I am curious as to how the Asian shore crab tastes. Maybe some lion-fish with a wakame salad.
Even if you are too timid to try any of these things listed on the site it is interesting to read through.
Save your local natural habitats eat the invasive species!
Perhaps you fancy some green iguana? eattheinvaders.org...
I've seen it prepared on a tv show once and I must say it looked delicious, they put some sort of jerk on it so you know it was yum! They say the
meat tastes like chicken (i guess everything is chickeny)
Any of you ATSers ever tried any of these invasive species, if so let me know your opinion of how delicious or awful it was.