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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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    Walnut Syrup

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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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    Black walnut trees can be tapped to make delicious 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

    homestead-honey.com

    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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    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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    [Herbal Rootlets]: No. 60 – Ahh-aah-CHO! Ragweed to the Rescue?!

    [Herbal Rootlets]: No. 60 - Ahh-aah-CHO! Ragweed to the Rescue?! -

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    traditional Native American acorn harvesting

    Indians 101: Acorns

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    Backwoods Home Mag: harvesting and prepping acorns

    Harvesting the wild: acorns by Jackie Clay

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    Traditional and Modern Methods of Acorn Preparation

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    Garlic Mustard -- lots of info from Wildman Steve Brill

    Garlic Mustard

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    Middle School Science. Recommended by Media In Education - Newspapers, Apps, Tools and Videos In the Classroom - A Free Educational Resource For Teachers

    Fungi - Middle School Science

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    elderberry-liqueur

    Elderberry Liqueur

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    Natural recipes: Elderberry honey syrup (fights colds, flus, coughs, respiratory infections)

    Natural recipes: Elderberry honey syrup

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    "25 Fantastic foraging groups and pages on Facebook" http://www.examiner.com/article/25-fantastic-foraging-groups-and-pages-on-facebook

    25 Fantastic foraging groups and pages on Facebook

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    Eat Alkaline Foods: elderberries (sabugueiro, baie de sureau, holunder, saúco); broccoli; citrus fruits; kale (couve manteiga); collard greens (couve); stinging nettle (urtica); butterbur; onions (cebolas); garlic (alho); parsley (salsa). Make an "anti-allergy soup" with them.

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    wild grape leaves (info and recipe)

    Wild Grape Leaves

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    Making sumac spice

    All About Sumac

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    Purslane

    When is a weed not a weed? When it's purslane!

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