Category Archives: Wild Food Foraging

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 all be eaten. The flowers can be eaten and used in various herbal remedies, the leaves can be added to salads and even the roots can be eaten.

It Is Violet Season Eat Your Weeds

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50 Tips to Look for While Hunting for Morel Mushrooms

50 Tips to Look for While Hunting for Morel Mushrooms

These 50 tips to look for while hunting for Morel Mushrooms will make the process more enjoyable and with a higher wild food foraging success rate. It is highly prized by chefs, especially those who favor French Cuisine. They are very unique in appearance, with a honeycomb-like exterior design and are often hunted by enthusiasts.…Continue Reading

How To Make Nettle Beer

How To Make Nettle Beer

If you have stinging nettle growing in your area you can learn how to make nettle beer. You will need to collect 100 tops off of the stinging nettles and this will make a 12 litre brew. I have never tried it but I know folks use nettles for teas and seem to like it.Continue Reading

Homemade Violet Syrup Recipe

Homemade Violet Syrup Recipe

For some folks you may have violets blooming in your area right now. If so learn how to make this homemade violet syrup recipe and you can bring it out on Easter morning. If you don’t have them yet, bookmark the recipe so you can make the syrup for Mother’s day. Isn’t it gorgeous. I…Continue Reading