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The Invasive Species Diet

by Allison Arieff

January 7, 2011

If life gives you lemons, make lemonade. If life gives you invading Asian carp, rename it "Kentucky tuna." 


Using what there's a surplus of makes sense and I'm game to use more of the rosemary, amaranth, and anise taking over our garden but probably not the skunk that sneaks in there from time to time. And my recent viewing of the incredible film Winter's Bone, where the teenage protagonist shoots a squirrel for dinner, peels back its skin and then forces her younger brother to gut it with his hands, leads me to believe there may be some challenges to a broader adoption of the invasivore movement.

 

 

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