This timeline drove the progression of Dr. Bill’s “Eat Like a Human” research when he was living abroad in Ireland and traveling the world while on sabbatical with his family during the 17-18 academic year.
The majority of Prof Schindler’s time will be divided into three separate activities:
- Research and writing (primarily writing up notes from his active research and laying the foundation for the book);
- Working with traditional and modern farmers, hunters, gatherers, foragers, fishermen, and butchers to document their practices;
- Working with modern chefs to find ways of fusing ancient and traditional food acquisition, processing, and consumption technologies with modern culinary techniques to develop practices and recipes accessible to modern Western society.
He will spend anywhere between three days to several weeks with each person/group depending on the situation to adequately learn, understand, document and develop what is needed from the experience.