Category Archive: Wild Food Foraging

Jun 28

The Do’s and Don’t of Wild Food Foraging

With the wide variety of pre-packaged foods available, most of us are not even aware that provision items can be search for in our own vicinity. Foraging, which was once a common part of our ancestor’s lives but now with the modern culture and the developing supermarkets, the trend has faded away. However, recently with …

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Jun 20

Foraged Cattail Pollen Pancakes

The cattail is a plant that grows near water on is swampy areas and most of it is edible, You can eat the roots and the stalk and even the flowers from it. In this article you will learn how to collect cattail pollen and use it as a flour to make cattail pollen pancakes. …

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May 19

Use This Interactive Worldwide Wild Food Foraging Map

Use this interactive worldwide wild food foraging map to find fruits, vegetables, herbs and wild plants to reduce your grocery bill, improve your health and It is a common sight to see fruit fallen off of trees in a garden, neighborhood sidewalk or a green space. Isn’t it an environmental and social concern to see …

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May 19

Foraging Recipe For Cream of Dandelion Soup

     If you are a person that believes in foraging to supplement your food supply you will probably love this recipe for cream of dandelion soup. Thus recipe uses the greens of the dandelion which are loaded with nutrients and best of all free for the picking. There is also some leeks and vegetable stock, …

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May 13

Huge List of Edible Flowers and What They Taste Like

This huge list of edible flowers and what they taste like will hopefully inspire you to plant and harvest flowers to add to your homestead cooking. Let the beautiful colorful assortment of flowers that you grow as part of your landscaping be a hidden food source that can be picked and added into your leafy …

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May 12

Dandelion Shortbread Gluten Free Recipe

           If you are like me and always on the lookout for new ways to use weeds as edibles ou are going to love this recipe for dandelion shortbread. It has honey and rosemary in it so you get both sweet and savory. Gather Victoria shares this recipe and says tat …

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