Category Archive: Wild Food Foraging

Apr 29

Hawthorn Berries Wild Food Foraging

This step by step tutorial of how to wild food forage Hawthorn Berries is a way to find free food that adds healthy diversity to your food diet. Hawthorn berries are not only a food source but are a alternative natural medicine taken for heart health and digestive system complaints. Hawthorn berries can help: Reduce …

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Apr 29

Homemade Crab Apple Onion Sage Jelly Recipe

     If you have crab apples this recipe for crab apple onion sage jelly will give you a way to use some of them up. Since crab apples have plenty of pectin you won’t need to use pectin to make this jelly. This recipe is not a jelly for toast type of recipe, it is …

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Apr 10

Canning Spruce Tip Jelly

Spruce tips are the bright green new growth on the tip of spruce branches that you see in the spring. They are loaded with vitamin C and have a citrus taste. Here is how you can make a jelly out of them and water bath can it to enjoy all through the year. The new …

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Mar 16

Wild Food Foraging for Ramps Spring Onions Wild Leeks

Wild food foraging for ramps, spring onions, wild leeks are actually one in the same plant just by many different names. Did you know that there is a HUGE amount of different plants you can eat and taste great that people bypass every day without recognizing they are wasting food ? Yes, let’s fight world …

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Mar 04

Tap Birch To Make Wine And Syrup

I think most everybody has see how maple trees are tapped to make maple syrup, I think we have even had a few viewers mention that they tap maple trees in spring to make some syrup. In this article Fergus The Forager teaches us how we can tap the birch tree and then use the …

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Feb 06

Using Wild Leaves As Cooking Foil

I think most folks are familiar with Mexican tamales. They way they are cooked is they are a corn masa dough that is spread on dried corn husks that have been soaked before hand in water to soften them up. The a filling that can be meat, beans or even chocolate and other sweets  is …

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