Check out this thread with you have a chanceThe other weird thing is this misconception about the meat. If the meat doesn't go the villagers, where do you think it goes? To get you to a remote place where you are 5 hours from a power pole or fuel station, you have a LOT of people in your camp supporting your hunt. What do you think you, your outfitter, your PH, your trackers, skinners, cooks, scouts, rangers, and odd-job guys eat? You eat what you kill, it just doesn't come home with you due to USDA rules.
I'm a foodie. I'm also open to eating ANYTHING. I've been lucky to eat at some of the top restaurants in the world. I've tried it all. Easily, 3-4 of the top 10 meals I've ever consumed have been in the bush in Africa. (Braised Buffalo Tail, Bushbuck marrow on garlic bread, Hippo Steaks, Waterbuck Skewers) You'd think Rinella and his culinary curiosity would get him to actually go try something rather than critique. All his assumptions and statements on his podcast are just wrong.
Pretty interesting spectrum on the opinions of meat. Some people find it most moral only to kill to feed yourself and family some find it moral to hunt and provide food for those in need. Either position is morally defensible IMHO, ethics are personal so I don't think you can throw shade at someone who says they personally don't want to kill critters they aren't going to personally eat. (I've not seen Rinella say that, but that is the position you are alluding to)