Ray Mears – Wild Food: Part 1: Australia
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Wild Food is a documentary television series hosted by Ray Mears, on the Discovery Channel in the United States, Canada, India, Italy, Brazil, New Zealand, Australia, Norway, Sweden, The Netherlands, Russia and also networks in the United Kingdom. The show was first broadcast with an episode set in Australia and ended with “Woodland”. The theme tune is not unlike the one heard in World of Survival.
In Wild Food, Ray presents an informative guide to cookery, travelling across the world to demonstrate traditional cooking skills and cuisine.
1. Australia: Ray travels to the other side of the planet to hear from Australian Aboriginals about what food means to a hunter-gatherer and the role it plays in their culture as well as their society. Along with many other discoveries, the trip sees Ray sample that most iconic of ‘bush tucker’: the witchetty grub, a huge maggot that lives in the roots of the witchetty bush.