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The study concluded that, together, these results support the idea that as human foragers became more sedentary, they selected wolves that were more friendly and cooperative, generation after generation.

By and large, the critics are loving this movie — particularly praising Cage’s performance as a prominent Portland, OR chef who goes off the grid to live as a truffle forager and then returns to the city to search for his stolen truffle pig.

From Eater

As a forager, it was able to gain several more tons of meat per year than it would have as a sprinting hunter.

It’s better to have a body that allows you to hunt like a casual forager.

As foragers and people connected to the land, we have to see ourselves in community with those plants that sustain us.

From Vox

Roy Reehil, who runs The Forager Press, an internet publishing company, worries, too.

Cook, a forager himself, spent thousands of hours with his subjects, and the text betrays his attachment to them.

The forager encumbered with the weight of his plunder finally dropped it and made his escape.

Why take a capital comrade, a good cook and forager and story-teller, and make him uncomfortable by turning him into an officer?

Jeff was the best kind of a forager; he knew how to buy and he knew instinctively where to find things.

However, I was a very good forager and managed to have enough to eat most of the time.

This served also as the family forager for meat, and game, both feathered and "red skins."


On this page you'll find 70 synonyms, antonyms, and words related to forager, such as: criminal, gangster, hooligan, marauder, mobster, and outlaw.

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