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Edible Flowers // salads, syrups, oils, butters, and more / Wholesome Foodie ♥

Your edible flower starting point (salads, syrups, oils and a tale of the “loco weed”)

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Introduction to Herbs for Kids: Meet My Friend, Herb!

Introduction to Herbs for Kids: Meet My Friend, Herb!

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Northern Bushcraft - Foraging in the Pacific Northwest. The following guides are for identifying wild edible plants, edible mushrooms, seaweed, and other edibles in the Pacific Northwest, including British Columbia, Washington, Oregon, Alaska, Idaho, and the Rocky Mountains.

Northern Bushcraft - Foraging in the Pacific Northwest

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20 Edible Weeds. Instead of battling weeds this growing season, how about eating them?

20 Edible Weeds » Curbly | DIY Design Community

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Black Walnut harvesting! This is the most informative page I have found thus far. #walnut #gardenchat

Black Walnut harvesting In French Creek Valley

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I have presented culinary and medicinal herbal workshops and have found this website to be a wonderful resource.

Medicinal Herbs Article list, How to use wild herbs, herb pictures,

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Foraging for Free Food: How to Hunt Out a Hedgerow Harvest...This article is a real treat..Rowan and Elderberries, Sloe gin and Blackberries...You can almost smell the hedgerows......

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Wildcrafting with Hawthorn - did you know this herb is useful for strengthening the heart, and relieving anxiety and depression?

My Wildcrafting Course: Working with Hawthorn

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wild ginger- safety

Wild Ginger: Delicious or Deadly?

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The Rural Economist: Wild Edibles #3 Dove's Foot Geranium (Blog With Video)

The Rural Economist: Wild Edibles #3 Dove's Foot Geranium

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Wild Edible Plants of the Pacific Northwest northernbushcraft...

Edible Wild Plants of the Pacific Northwest

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Wild Edible Plants - Trout Lily

Wild Edible Plants - Trout Lily

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non edible US plants and fruits that are commonly thought to be edible. knowledgeweighsno...

List Of Non Edible US Plants Commonly Thought To Be Edible

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Foraging for Teas- Finding useful "weeds" in your garden, and how they can be used.

Foraging for Teas - Oh, The Things We'll Make!

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Maidenhair fern: used to treat bronchitis,whooping cough,menstrual problems, hair loss, and is known to naturally darken hair color.

maidenhair fern: Adiantum pedatum - Native Plant Guide

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Place Osage Oranges (aka horse-apple or hedge-apple) under beds and in pantry to repel spiders and insects. Scientific studies have found that extracts of Osage orange repel several insect species, in some studies just as well as the widely-used synthetic insecticide DEET.

Maclura pomifera - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia

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Working elm: A day harvesting slippery elm's medicinal bark

Working elm: A day harvesting slippery elm’s medicinal bark

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Alder Tree: A Medicinal Powerhouse

Alder Tree: A Medicinal Powerhouse | First Ways

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Prickly-Wild-Lettuce

Weekly Weeder #24 - Prickly Wild Lettuce + Wildcrafting Wednesday

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Pigweed Edible parts: The whole plant – leaves, roots, stem, seeds. The Amaranth seed is small and very nutritious and easy to harvest, the seed grain is used to make flour for baking uses. Roasting the seeds can enhance the flavor, also you can sprout the raw seeds using them in salads, and in sandwiches, etc. Young leaves can be eaten raw or cooked like spinach, sautéed, etc. Fresh or dried pigweed leaves can be used to make tea.

Foraging: 52 Wild Plants You Can Eat

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Foraging Shepherd's Purse and Homemade Shepherd's Purse Tincture Recipe

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In some parts of southern Appalachia, green twigs from the Eastern redbud are used as seasoning for wild game such as venison and opossum. Because of this, in these mountain areas the Eastern redbud is sometimes known as the spicewood tree.

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The Foraged Foodie: How to forage, find, identify, and harvest Japanese knotweed

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Essential Bread: DID YOU KNOW MAPLE BLOSSOMS ARE DELICIOUS?

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Purple Dead Nettle: A Weed That's Good To Eat

Purple Dead Nettle: A Weed That’s Good To Eat | First Ways

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