canned yeti meat plush toy
The secret behind how sherpas have been able to scale the Himalayas all these years isn't that their bodies are accustomed to a lower-oxygen atmosphere or that they have communal knowledge handed down from generation to generation. It's this: they kill and eat any yeti they encounter.
See, yeti meat is super-high in protein but also has lovely fat marbling under all that fur. Our favorite pre-climb meal is to saute a yeti flank steak in a yak butter garlic sauce. The garlic will thin your blood and the yeti meat will give you the energy you need for that mountain ascent. Bring yeti jerky along as a rapid source of mid-climb energy. And, of course, most yeti meat comes with some fur, which is a great source of fiber, dietary and otherwise.