In the winter of 2013, I set out in the Greater Yellowstone wilderness of Southern Montana to try to share what I believe to be the most honest possible version of what hunting is. I worked with Henry Roosevelt of Native Boy Films (@NativeBoyFilms), and together with Tim Bowers of Bear Paw Outfitters, we rode on horseback up and down mountain trails for five days. Henry's jaw-dropping cinematic talent captured some of the most beautiful landscapes in the world, and the story of our hunt has been doing rounds in the film festival circuit.
The hunt itself changed my life forever, and the complex cocktail of emotions it triggered have totally altered how I think about food. The experience of eating game meat you have hunted is not even in the same galaxy as anything you have ever bought from a store. To some extent we are all killers, ...
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