i am planning on moving to AK in a few years, so i am starting to plan now. this will be an early retirement move. my cooking skills are weak at best. i was curious if anyone knew of any good and informative books or websites for me to learn about how to cook wild meats/fish/plants from AK for small meals (for 1)? i know i could just do alot of searching on my own, but i am doing alot of research of many different aspects of AK living and any help someone could offer would be much appriciated. And just a note, i'm not looking for gormet foods, just for basic stuff like sourdough stuff, meats, ect. I used to ask my mom to teach me when she was alive, but she never had the patience, 5 min into something and i heard "oh this is taking too long, just let me do it, i'll teach you later" only "later" never came around. info for using dried supplies/substitutes would be nice since i'm planning on living remote and off-grid with supply runs every 1-2 months. so stuff like eggs and butter may not be around due to spoilage. i was in the military and had ALOT of survival training, this is great for just surviving till help gets there or i get out, but this is going to be living, not just survival.
oh, and any info on good edable plant ID books would help also.
thanks in advance