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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 27

Wild Food Foraging: Stinging Nettles Recipes

Wild Food Foraging: Stinging Nettles Recipes

Wild Food Foraging: Stinging Nettles Recipe There are many plants growing in the wild (nature) that nutritious, taste great and can lower your grocery bill if your willing to learn the art of wild food foraging. Stinging Nettles flavor is similar to Spinach and cucumber when cooked. You can find Sting Nettles   in moist sites …

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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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Mar 17

Dandelion Greens and Pepper Omelet Recipe

Dandelion Greens and Pepper Omelet Recipe

Dandelion Greens and Pepper Omelet Recipe This wild food foraging Dandelion greens and pepper omelet recipe tastes fabulous as the ingredients contrast but at the same time compliment each other. Personally, I would add shredded cheese and other sauteed vegetables to the recipe.  

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Jan 18

Purple Dead Nettle Pesto Pasta Primavera Wild Food Foraging Recipe

Dish N That website shares a delicious Pesto Pasta Primavera recipe using Purple Dead Nettle,  a wild food foraging plant that is only around for a limited amount of time. Hurry with this one — it does not stick around and will be gone before late spring! Lamium purpureum, is part of the mint family …

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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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Jan 07

Chestnuts Return to America – Food for Humans & Animals

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NW Food News website shares the bountiful harvest of the chestnut tree. In the 1930′s – 1940′s America lost up to 4 billion native chestnut trees who fell victim to a blight but through a generations of dedicated arboriculturists that have replanted the Chestnut tree are we able to enjoy this delicious nut today. Chestnuts …

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