Fri, 10 Mar|
Using the Whole Animal - France- €330
Have you ever wondered how our ancestors prepared, transformed and preserved an animal to waste as little as possible? This course will introduce you to just that process! You will be introduced to what parts are useful for what, and how to preserve those parts until they can be used.
Time & Location
10 Mar, 09:00 – 12 Mar, 17:00
Inspiration Sauvage, 09290 Le Mas-d'Azil, France
About the event
The energy invested and the risks our ancestors went through to hunt an animal using primitive weapons of short range justified on their own the imperative not to waste any part of this animal. But in addition to the feeling of extraordinary gratitude that our ancestors must have felt at the prospect of a great meal, it is very likely that the precious resource of raw materials provided by the body of this animal for lighting, dressing, l he tools or ornamentation appeared to be an inestimable wealth.
Have you ever wondered how our ancestors prepared, transformed and preserved the different parts of an animal after hunting so that nothing was lost?
This course offers you the opportunity to reappropriate these techniques. It aims to introduce you to which parts are useful for which crafts or for consumption and how to preserve them until they can be used.
We will use tools from the Stone Age and the Iron Age.
Price per person: €330