I grow a big garden that supplies us with a decent amount of tomatoes, cucumbers, carrots, kale, basil, thyme, onions, strawberries. We also have blackberries in the back and a ton around the area here we forage for quite a bit.
In the spring we are always out looking for morel mushrooms and stop often to harvest milkweed, dandelions and cattails.
For meat we hunt a lot! Early fall is for big game. Last year I shot a shiras moose which provides us with just shy of 400 pounds of meat and a black bear. I just got done with a brined bear ham that was out of this world.
Late fall and winter I hunt upland birds like pheasants, quail and chukar and ducks and geese. That supplies quite a few winter dinners and we make a lot of jerky from the ducks and geese to last almost all year. We have a limit of 4 geese per day so that is about 10-12 pounds of meat for jerky per hunting day.
This year we have a couple of bear tags, 2 deers tags and a few wyoming antelope tags. In wyoming you can pick up doe antelope tags to get some meat while chasing trophy bucks.
We also just bought a hog from a local farmer that raises them on an outside paddock and feeds them leftover produce from the local markets here. I cured almost 30 pounds of bacon, rendered 2 quarts or lard and ground most of the fat to add to our big game meat for sausage.
Generally with the exception of wild shrimp and salmon we don't buy meat from the store.
Our new project is we are raising 30 red ranger broilers in the back yard for our chicken needs. They are 2 weeks old now and will be harvested at approx 70 days. They will be put out this week into an 6x8 chicken tractor that is moved to fresh grass in the backyard every day. We live in a regular home in a HOA that doesn't allow chickens. But we have had enough. We just chose to be in control of what we eat. The chickens add about 90 pounds of nitrogen to the grass per month and help to aerate the lawn so we will deal with any issues we have when we have them.
I have always been big about what we eat and a bit of a foodie but since going paleo 15 months ago even more so.