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Wild Food


Ray Mears embarks on a voyage of discovery into the lost foods of Britain's Stone Age. He tries out the processes they might have used, finds connections with cultures around the world and tastes the foods of our forefathers.

Wild Food - Episode One: Australia
Ray Mears explores the lost foods of Britain's Stone Age. He travels to Australia to see how food gathering means so much more than just diet to the Australian Aborigine.

Wild Food - Episode Two: Coast
Ray Mears embarks on a voyage of discovery into the lost foods of Britain's Stone Age. He tries out the processes they might have used, finds connections with cultures around the world and tastes the foods of our forefathers, starting with those resources found near the coast. These were people who lived very differently, but were physically just like us and faced many of the choices we face today.

Wild Food - Episode Three: Wetland
Ray Mears embarks on a voyage of discovery into the lost foods of Britain's Stone Age, a journey that draws on all his bushcraft skills and knowledge of ancient ways of life around the world. Wetlands were the highways of Stone Age Britain and a habitat rich in wild foods. Ray processes water lily seeds, tries spear fishing from a canoe and tastes plant matter from a pollen core thousands of years old.

Wild Food - Episode Four: Summer Harvest
Ray Mears embarks on a voyage of discovery into the lost foods of Britain's Stone Age, a journey that draws on all his bushcraft skills and knowledge of ancient ways of life around the world. Hunter gatherers rely on meat more than any other food, and their lifestyle revolves around the hunt. Ray shows how many meals a single deer can provide, finds seeds that can be made into biscuits for trail snacks, and samples the flavours our ancestors may well have added in their search for new tastes.

Wild Food - Episode Five: Woodland
Ray Mears is on a voyage of discovery into the lost foods of Britain's Stone Age, a journey that draws on all his bushcraft skills and knowledge of ancient ways of life around the world. There's no place Ray likes better than woodland, and our hunter gatherer ancestors would have been just the same: making fruit leathers from hawthorn, feasting on wild boar and turning acorns and hazel nuts into caloric staples. Ray visits the site in Scotland of one of the biggest finds of Stone Age foods.


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