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Dandelion greens have made their way into the supermarket, but what about the roots? Dandelion roots are both nutritious and edible. They can be foraged in the early spring before the plants send up flower
Douglas Rabel saved to Doug's great foods.
Nasturtium recipes can be hard to find, and even those gardeners that know nasturtiums are edible tend to just snack on them right out in the field. Bring these tasty blooms (and leaves) indoors with
Denise Rowley saved to Nasturtium
Learn how to identify, harvest, and prepare the most delicious, abundant, and nourishing plants around—edible wild weeds and invasives. These wild herbs pack a medicinal punch and make for tasty, sustainable nutrient-dense dishes.
Foraging is an art that our ancestors knew of and practiced, and could very well save your life. While I'm a firm believer in growing your own food with heirloom garden seed and preserving as
Beth Cheesebrough saved to Backpacking
The internet can be a fantastic place to learn about herbs—with a significant caveat: anyone can share any sort of information that they want, free of qualifications or checks and balances. That’s why we’ve coralled our most-trusted online herbal resources for you to peruse. Materia medica, plant identification, recipes, research articles—it’s all here.
Wild Nettle Bread // from Camera and Clementine
Kev Davison saved to wild food
Stinging nettle is a highly valued medicinal and nutritional forage. This delicious creamy nettle soup perfect way to entice a reluctant diner to eat foraged foods! #stingingnettle #nettlesoup #foragedfoodrecipe
- • 2 cloves Garlic
- • 1 Lemon, zest of
- • 1 Lemon, juice of
- • 2 Russet potatoes, large
- • 1 qt Chicken or vegetable stock
Baking & Spices
- • 1/4 tsp Nutmeg, fresh ground
- • 1 Salt & pepper
- • 2 tbsp Butter
- • 2 cups Heavy cream
- • 2 Leeks (sliced and soaked to remove any sand or dirt from rings)
- • 4 cups Packed nettle leaves (blanched shocked and drain)
Nitty Gritty Life saved to Wildcrafted and Foraged
This surprisingly tart and fruity syrup is delicious anywhere you usually use syrup. Also try drizzling over soft cheese, swirly it in ice cream or pairing with a citrus dessert.
Baking & Spices
- • 1 cups Sugar
- • 1 cup Water
- • 2 cups Spruce tips
David Lebovitz saved to DIY
Acorns are an abundant wild food source around the world, and a single tree can produce more than 2,000 pounds of nuts. Rich in calories and micronutrients, eating acorns was once a part of life
Linda saved to Survival prepping