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Hunt Gather Talk PodcastTold you I was going somewhere new in 2016. Welcome to the first episode of the Hunt Gather Talk podcast. I plan on publishing a new episode every week or so, on all sorts of topics that have to do with wild food, current events in that world, interviews with other fish, game and foraging experts, tips and tricks and techniques for wild foods, and, in this first episode, I answer reader and listener questions.

In this episode I talk about hanging game birds, gathering seaweeds, making venison stock with deer bones, and storing fresh fish for optimum flavor.

For more information on some of these topics, you can go to these articles of mine:

You will eventually find an archive of all my episodes here, and you can subscribe to the podcast here via RSS.

Subscribe via iTunes and Stitcher here.

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About Hank Shaw

Hey there. Welcome to Hunter Angler Gardener Cook, the internet’s largest source of recipes and know-how for wild foods. I am a chef, author, and yes, hunter, angler, gardener, forager and cook. Follow me on Instagram and on Facebook.

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  1. NICE Hank! I’ve been out of the country without interne access so I was just able to check out this first episode today. Looking forward to listening to the others. Learned some new things.

  2. I fired up my Stitcher app right away to listen – very enjoyable and informative. Answering questions is a great way to go.

  3. Hank
    Great pod cast! We just made a big pot of bone broth from some ducks! Good stuff…. I am disappointed that I tossed the large bones from this years deer… Ugh!
    Looking forward to buck buck moose.

  4. Listened to it last night. Great stuff. Really looking forward to the future episodes.

    Is there a specific place to post questions? Or just anywhere on the website or on your twitter feed?

  5. Hey Hank,

    The Podcast is a great idea, and I guarantee that I will be regular listener.

    I have wanted to ask you about seaweed since I read about it on your site here and then in your book. Since it came up in your first episode, this seems like a good spot to ask. My question is; does your advice apply only to salt water seaweed or can fresh water vegetation be eaten as well? If so, where would you start with the fresh water stuff?

    Thanks, and keep up the good work!


    1. Rob: Yep. My knowledge is for saltwater seaweeds, not freshwater aquatics. I know of no freshwater plants that are good to eat except for wapato shoots. I just wrote a post on them, too.

  6. Hey Hank,

    Enjoyed the first podcast. Looking toward to future episodes. All of the tips and advice are used in my days outdoors.



  7. Thanks for your hard work & dedication Hank! Your knowledge & info will help us all become better at something we need to be better at…harvesting & cooking our wild bounty! Best wishes!

  8. Loving the podcast. I have been a reader for a few years now and I’m so excited to be able to listen on the road now too! Looking forward to a kelp pickle recipe.

    Thanks for everything, Hank! (especially your Barbacoa recipe 🙂 )

  9. Nicely done, moves right along! And even as someone who doesn’t fish or hunt, it’s great information for use down the road!

  10. Excellent stuff Hank. Of all the fish I’ve caught it’s never occurred to me that cold to me might not be cold to the fish 🙂 I’ll have to change my plan of attack next time I catch some ice fishing.


    Thanks for doing this. Keep up the awesome work and thanks for making this world more accessible to curious, but inexperienced folk like me. Can’t wait for your new book!