Category Archive: Identification

Jun 28

Wild Grape Leaf Recipes

Wild Grape Leaf Recipes Learn how to identify and harvest wild grape leaves. How to tell the difference between them and and a wildleaf that looks similar but is toxic and then how to use them in cooking. Along The Grapevine shares info and 4 recipes for using wild grape leaf. One of the recipes …

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May 11

Wild Forest Shrooms

Great series of videos on wild forest mushrooms. There are four videos that take you through a variety of mushrooms mostly focusing on morels. Shows what they look like and how to tell the difference between edible morels and false morels, also shows coral and walnut snow shrooms. The second video shows how to sort …

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Mar 31

How To Find Morel Mushrooms 101

How To Find Morel Mushrooms 101

How To Find Morel Mushrooms 101 Here are some more tips and tricks of find Morel mushrooms, the 5 star attraction of all wild food foraged foods.  Morel mushrooms, if your lucky enough to find the dehydrated in a grocery store typically will cost a shopper  14 – 20 dollars an ounce.  They are cheaper …

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Mar 17

Creeping Snowberry: Edible Wild Plant

Creeping Snowberry: Edible Wild Plant

Creeping Snowberry: Edible Wild Plant The Creeping Snowberry is an edible wild plant that has small white berries with a concentrated flavor of wintergreen. You could say that it is nature’s breath mint, lol. The flowers of the plant flower in the spring and turn into berries that ripen in late summer. The common name …

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Jan 18

Edible Flowers: 2 Part Series on Their Flavor – Delicate, Peppery, Tart or Sweet

Eat The Weeds website shares a two part series on the different uses, “Which flowers come to grace your dinner table for food is a result of preference, taste, and opportunity” is a really great quote from the article. Wild food foragers can come a across a field of wild flowers and see a side …

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