Noun: forager for-u-ju(r) or fó-ru-ju(r) [N. Amer], fó-ri-ju(r) [Brit]
Someone who hunts for food and provisions
“in Japan a fungus forager can earn a good living”
Derived forms: foragers
Type of: hunter
When we think of our Paleo ancestors, the hunter-gatherers, we have an image of primal man searching for food. Hunting game and gathering nuts, seeds, fruit and vegetation.
The modern, 21st Century Paleo diet lacks the daily challenges of the hunter-gatherer but instead we’re left to forage for clean, health, unprocessed foods in a world that’s overflowing with convenience foods, fast food, prepacked snacks and pre-made meals. When even bacon now comes in a pre-cooked “ready to eat” package. A world where over processed foods, packed with chemicals and additives are labeled as “diet”, “heart healthy” and “part of a balanced diet”.
We suggest it’s time to become a Fridge Forager. One who, much like our Paleo ancestors, relies on local, fresh, organic meat, fish, eggs, vegetables, nuts, seeds and fruit. One who stocks (rather than stalks) fresh, local foods in their fridge instead of pre-fab, pre-made, pre-packed, (pre-diabetic?), convenience foods.
FridgeForagers.com is about living a “clean”, healthy lifestyle based on the Paleo diet and the Primal Blueprint.
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