How to cook pheasant's back or dryad's saddle mushrooms

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foraging for juniper berries

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How to forage and cook with spruce tips (with video for spruce tip jelly)

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30 Wild foods to forage in April

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Fat of the Land: Dandy Burger

Dandy Burger

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How to find wild asparagus

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Morel Mushroom Hunting Club's Morel Progression Map

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Edible Wild Mushrooms, Photos, Identification, Descriptions - David Fischer's AmericanMushrooms.com

Edible Wild Mushrooms, Photos, Identification, Descriptions

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Free mushroom cap morphology poster This is a neat resource for mushroom hunters or nature study and links to learn more about mushrooms including sites to help with learning about mushrooms, IDing wild mushrooms, foraging, medicinal uses, etc.

Free mushroom cap morphology poster

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Famous herbalists teach how and why to use nettles -- Rosemary Gladstar, Susun Weed and others tell all the health benefits of nettles, how to use them and more.

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How to tell the difference between ramps and lily-of-the-valley

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'Packed with more than 40 trace minerals that work to metabolize your body's fats and carbs, water from maple trees may be the next big health drink. -- How and why to tap your own maple water to drink :)

Tap your own maple water for a delicious health drink

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In this video, Mark Donovan of HomeAdditionPlus.com shows how to tap maple trees for producing 100% pure maple syrup.

How to tap maple trees for maple syrup

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Chickweed is a great source of vitamins, A, B1, B2, B6, B12, C, iron, calcium, potassium, phosphorus, zinc, manganese, sodium, copper, silica, beta carotene & flavanoids. helps increase circulation, is anti-inflammatory & decreases LDL cholesterol. used to treat stomach problems, blood disorders, arthritis, lung diseases, asthma, kidney disorders,urinary tract, scurvy, exhaustion. antibacterial and antiviral, treats bug bites, splinters, rashes, etc.

Foraging Chickweed- Wild Edibles

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Sow thistle leaves are a good source of vitamins A and C, thiamine, riboflavin, niacin, calcium, phosphorus, and iron. In traditional medicine it is used to treat diarrhea, menstrual problems, fever, inflammation, and warts. It encourages menstruation, and iis used as a cathartic, a sedative, a cancer treatment, a vermicide and an aid for toothaches, as purgative, a diuretic, and an emollient. (Best eaten raw and young, when cooked and used like spinach it is somewhat bitter)

Foraging Sow Thistle- A Versatile Wild Edible

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California Walnut Liqueur

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Eating Thorns- Foraging Milk Thistle | Penniless Parenting (milk thistle is a good liver detoxifier, rather mild taste)

Eating Thorns- Foraging Milk Thistle

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How To: Tap black walnut trees in late winter to produce a syrup similar to maple syrup

How to tap black walnut trees for syrup

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Ingredients for nocino black walnut liqueur | Homestead Honey

Homemade Black Walnut Liqueur Recipe

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Here are 50 wild foods that are especially high in nutrients, are natural antibiotics/antivirals, boost the immune system, help fight illness and more.

50 Wild edible superfoods

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Making a magnifying glass out of ice to start fires. Totally awesome!

How to make fire with ice!

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Sites help find free foods wherever you are

Sites help find free foods wherever you are

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Herbal Basics: Double Extraction Method for Medicinal Mushroom

DIY: Double Extraction Method for Medicinal Mushrooms

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Fried Maple Leaves Are A Tasty Autumn Snack In Japan | Clean Japanese red maple leaves with a wet towel Make tempura batter: (1. Beat 1 egg in a bowl 2. Add 1 cup ice water 3. Add 1 cup sifted all purpose flour 4. Mix Lightly) Heat vegetable oil in a deep pan to 350 F degree Lightly dip one side of a Japanese maple leaf in the batter Immediately fry them until brown Drain tempura on a rack Enjoy

Fried Maple Leaves Are A Tasty Autumn Snack In Japan

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Medicinal Qualities of Stinging Nettle

Medicinal Qualities of Stinging Nettle

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