We seem to live in a world of bizarre culinary trends, quickly-evolving health research and a barrage of eat-this-not-that PSAs. Deciding what to put on the dinner table has never been more of a battle, as experts decry America’s obsession with meat and factory farming, significant contributors to climate change and the rise of antibiotic-resistant superbugs.
But what if there were a sustainable source of food you could eat, and actually help out the planet? And what if it were (mostly) free?
Kangaroos (vermin) aren’t on the list, but others are suggesting that roos should be. I remember the suggestion for lionfish coming up in the past. It makes sense to try to reign in the population with monetary/culinary incentives.