Wild Food Foraging- Tree Bark- Cambium- Emergency Food

So, you want something crunchy and tasty but don’t want to eat Goyfeed? Take your knife and head to the nearest pine tree (don’t do this to one you care too much about) and cut the outer bark off. In between the outer bark and the wood there should be a thin white layer of a wet noodle like consistency. This is called cambium. You can eat it raw, boil it, or if you want something similar to a chip you can fry it up in a pan with butter (or tallow if possible). Be careful though! If you let sit too long it will smoke and then may light on fire a little bit, move it around constantly while it’s in the pan and should be fine.