Category Archive: Wild Food Foraging

Sep 22

Learn How To Score Roast and Peel Chestnuts

Many homesteaders are choosing to learn how to score, roast, peel and eat Chestnuts as part of rural, suburban and urban wild food foraging. Because of chestnuts have high starch content (twice that of potatoes), they have historically been used more as a vegetable than a nut. Once the outer shell has been removed, you …

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Aug 30

Rules of Cooking Wild Mushrooms and Recipes

This huge collection of the Rules of Cooking Wild Mushrooms and Recipes helps to find delicious ways to eat wild food foraging mushrooms in meals. Mushrooms can be a wonderful addition to your diet but always remember proper identification can mean the difference between life and death. Follow the website link below to see the …

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Aug 25

Which Roots Will You Harvest This Fall

So many free wild food foraging roots to choose from in all ares to help lower your family’s food costs this fall. You can forage for parsley root, nettle root, rhubarb root, dandelion root, ginseng root, horseradish root and sassafras root among others out there. Fall is the best time to harvest these roots because …

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Jul 28

Clickable Library of Edible Wild Food Foraging Plants

This clickable library of edible wild food foraging plants can be an amazing source of distinguishing features, edible parts, habitats and pictures of each plant making identification easier. You can find a state extension office or another trusted source in your city to double check (take them a sample of the plant) before consumption. If …

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Jul 21

How To Eat Mussel Clams In The Wilderness

If you are ever trying to survive out in the wilderness and there is a creek with mussel clams this video will show you how to create a pot to cook them in and how to use rocks to boil the water. Interesting to watch Tim Jones make an in ground clay pot then heat …

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Jul 04

How To Make Lilac Wine

How To Make Lilac Wine If you have lilacs or access to lilacs. Start saving the flowers in the freezer till you have enough and then make some lilac wine. I love finding ways to make use of flowers, weeds or any type of plant that I don’t have to weed, water, buy or anything …

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