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Preparing Roadkill Pigeon to eat in the Woodlands ~ by WoodlandsTV

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Artist and Wild Food Forager, Alison Brierley - aka - Tribal Ali, prepares the pigeon she finds at the side of the road for eating.

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Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 15 May, 2015

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26 comments so far

ladyeyeballz83
June 16, 2016

+BigBadgers2001 I'm a history major, so I've studied period food. never found anyone brave enough to try it with me tho

BigBadgers2001
June 16, 2016

Lol. Just tuck in and enjoy. You could do a Blog for all your culinary findings, whether they are good or bad. Plenty of old recipes out there to get ideas from. Some of the WW2 period ingredient alternatives in the UK were terrible. Bon Apetit.

Crazy Joe
August 31, 2016

god u r so beautiful

Sophie M
February 12, 2017

"go find me a pigeon and have it for tea" haha that's awesome

Christopher Napier
November 14, 2018

I just found one in great condition so eating well this evening. One thing though, how do you know it's pesticide free? They eat farmers crops and I'd guess they weren't that discerning between organic farms and standard ones.

Fred Mason
October 15, 2019

You are quite a girl, Alison. I love your lifestyle and am just starting out with taxidermy. Keep up the good work, I look forward to watching more of your videos later. Cheers.

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