Feeding yourself in the great outdoors.

Today I found a cool placenta (see the face and leg? Are those pepperoni?) I thought to myself “there is a great meal opportunity” it’s not every day that you find such a thing and I can’t make a batch of shampoo every time a placenta makes itself available, so I decided to research a good soup recipe. Luckily for me there was a wikipedia page containing an easy recipe and a valuable warning regarding the consumption of uncontrolled meat. With a simple altercation I substituted a big fly agaric I found in the yard for the zucchini because I’m not real big on foods that look like dongs.

“There is a great meal opportunity”

-A thought I had today-

If you have any good recipes or maybe you know where to find free food? Please to share your knowledge of the great outdoors with me and maybe I will cook and eat the things you suggest.


  • 3/4 fresh placenta
  • 1 potato
  • 4 tablespoons fresh parsley
  • 2 carrots
  • 3 celery
  • 1 giant amanita muscaria
  • 1 tomato
  • 1 onion


  1. Chop up the ingredients.
  2. Roll the placenta in a mix of one table spoon flour, one teaspoon salt, a half teaspoon powdered paprika, some ground clove, some ground pepper and 6-8 coriander seeds.
  3. Saute the placenta in two tablespoons oil, pour in the vegetables and about a litre of water.
  4. Allow to boil and then let simmer for an hour.



As with any meat from uncontrolled sources (such as hunting or scavenging) people should be cautious of risks involved. Certain blood borne diseases can live in blood and tissue outside the body for some time. Be sure that sensible precautions have been taken.