“COVID-10”: Epidemic Weight Gain in Hunters

“COVID-10”: Epidemic Weight Gain in Hunters Story by Larry Bartlett Photos by Melissa Norris Mixed vegetables, lean meat or fish, and avocado are a fine combination for a healthy meal. It’s been less than a year since COVID-19 Read More...

“COVID-10”: Epidemic Weight Gain in Hunters2021-05-07T08:58:58-08:00

Vegan versus Meat: Which is better?

Vegan versus Meat: Which is better? Story by Larry Bartlett Illustrations by Bailey Anderson Have you watched The Game Changers on Netflix? Have you noticed that vegetable protein drinks are sometimes labeled as “clean protein?”  Does this mean that meat Read More...

Vegan versus Meat: Which is better?2021-05-07T08:58:58-08:00

What Do You Really Need For Food?

What Do You Really Need For Food? Story and photos by Larry Bartlett Three ounces of smoked salmon and two slices of pepper jack cheese delivers 300 kcals, 20 g fat, and 31 g protein. Salmon also is high Read More...

What Do You Really Need For Food?2021-05-07T08:58:58-08:00

Nutrition, Adventure, and the Woman

Nutrition, Adventure, and the Woman By Larry Bartlett Two dusty-faced hunters walk into a bar. The man looked bewildered and thin like an explorer; the woman, broad shouldered and stout legged like a hockey player. They ask for a meal Read More...

Nutrition, Adventure, and the Woman2021-05-07T08:58:58-08:00

How to Make Homemade Jerky

6 steps to making your own moose, caribou, or deer jerky at home Blog and Photos by Melissa Norris Alaska’s moose, caribou, and deer make great jerky because their lean fat content aids in shelf life, therefore it makes a Read More...

How to Make Homemade Jerky2018-09-14T21:00:26-08:00

Calorie Counts

Backcountry Hunting Blog by Larry Bartlett of Pristine Ventures Backcountry Hunting Health Study pinpoints caloric demands on arduous river hunts Dating back about 40k years ago, hunters were actually survivalists. They developed projectiles and knives from stones, bones, Read More...

Calorie Counts2021-05-07T08:59:26-08:00

Dermestid Beetles for European-Mount Taxidermy

Known as a pest to some, beetles are frequently found in the dark corners of a home, devouring hair, wool, fur, grains, flour and the like. However, Dermestid beetles also consume the flesh of dead animals, which has made them Read More...

Dermestid Beetles for European-Mount Taxidermy2021-02-15T10:25:14-08:00

A Good Solution

Every fall hunters take to the Alaska bush in search of animals. For many, it’s about feeding the family for the year. I fall within this category and prefer to feed my children wild game over store-bought meat. It’s a Read More...

A Good Solution2017-10-14T19:15:17-08:00

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