I got a couple free MRE’s from a military friend today and he suggested adding some spices to my BOB. I threw in a small bottle of Old bay seasoning and a bottle of Instant bouillon cubes. It would definitely help liven up any wild caught meat and keep up you’re spirits. I know I don’t want to eat squirrel without spices, the only way its good is in pot pie in my opinion. Getting to the point I was thinking about all the things you can find in the woods to give a little flavor to your meals. It might be a good idea to research what can be found in your area. Here’s some that I know about off the top of my head. Ramps (AKA wild Leek ) –easy to find in my area from April to May. Wild mustard plant- The leaves are edible and the seeds can be used to make mustard oil or used as a spice. Wild Ginger (not like the stuff you find in the store.)- I’ve had it pointed out to me a number of times but I always forget what it looks like. If I had to I could probably find it. Wild Mint- grows all over the place Hen of the woods(AKA Sheepshead)- my favorite mushroom but it’s hard to find. It grows around oak trees in early September to late October. These things are good trust me and go find some. http://theforagerpress.com/fieldguide/octfd.htm Moral mushrooms- I hardly ever find them but I don’t hunt for mushrooms very often. The grocery store is far more convenient. Other edible mushrooms –there’s a lot of them but I can’t remember them all right now. Nuts- Always plentiful if you know what trees to look for.