Category Archives: Wild Food Foraging

Homesteading Plants You Can Grind Into Edible Flour

Homesteading Plants You Can Grind Into Edible Flour

This collection of homesteading plants you can grind into edible flour brings a variety of nutrients into your family’s diet, frugally expands your food pantry contents and develops wild food foraging skills. The homesteader also included information on how locate the Amaranth, Acorns, Rye grass and Cattails and the method of how to grind into flour.

Homesteading Plants You Can Grind Into Edible Flour
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CLEAVERS an Edible Wild Food Foraging Plant

CLEAVERS an Edible Wild Food Foraging Plant

Cleavers a edible wild food foraging plant that is sometimes called Goosegrass or Bedstraw and 3 parts the seeds, leaves, stems can all be eaten. Many plants just like cleavers are ready sources of protein, vitamins and minerals, much like their farm raised crops. The key to foraging is being able to tell the difference…Continue Reading

It Is Violet Season Eat Your Weeds

It Is Violet Season Eat Your Weeds

For folks that don’t spray weed killer and pesticides on their yards you can have some fairly good foraging at this time of year. It is violet season, eat your weeds. Not only violets but also dandelions can be eaten. Violets flowers are edible and the leaves can be made into tea. The dandelion can…Continue Reading