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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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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Wild Harvest website shares how to identify three different Walnut trees and the nuts they produce. Black Walnut Manchurian Walnut Japanese Walnut The articles also promote gleaning ( free food by asking land owners permission )
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Eat The Weeds website shares the history, identification, time of year it can be picked, environment and method of preparation. You have all spotted clover growing among the grass in your lawn so it is to find. Did you know it is actually part of the pea family ? Please read the paragraph in the …
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Eat The Weeds website shares information on a wild food called Goosegrass or Bedstraw… same plant has many names. It shows you how to identity, what time of year it grows, the environment it grows in, how to cook it and it medicinal purposes.
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Taste Of Beirut website shares how to make coffee from acorns. Gathering acorns, how to process them and to brew them into a coffee. Being resourceful and learning how to forage for wild foods is an amazing skill that everyone should learn. We all may encounter hard times and having this kind of knowledge to …
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Morel Mushrooms are the most tastiest of all mushrooms in my opinion….. Before tasting Morel mushrooms, I was sort of neutral towards mushrooms in general. After tasting Morels mushrooms, I became super excited and jump at any chance to go hunting for them.
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