Common Wild Foods of Spring - Foraging Guide and Recipes
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Wild foods that are in season in September (temperate climate)
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Wild foods that are in season in September (temperate climate)
Katniss plant actually goes by many names such as arrowhead, duck potato, The tubers of katniss are edible and have been used by Native Americans for generations as a food source. They are eaten much like potatoes.
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Growing Katniss: Learn More About Katniss Plant Care - Many people may not have heard of a plant called katniss until reading the book The Hunger Games and wonder is it a real plant? Katniss plant is not only real but easy to grow. Learn more here.
Eating Bugs To Survive: 30 Bugs You Can Eat When SHTF
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Survival food comes in all shapes and sizes...
A Simple Guide to Eating Insects for Survival This is more of a 'Yuck' but you never know ?
Hickory Nuts: This has always been one of my favorites. My mom made cakes for us with hickory nuts in yellow cake batter and homemade hard fudge frosting. I wish I had a slice now! A really tasty wild nut. This site shows you how to crack this hard nut. That first nibble will convince you it is worth the work. Easy to find and harvest.
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A lot of people think of weeds as undesirables that have no purpose but to ruin our lawns. But many of the wild plants that we see around us are...
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Edible weeds in Los Angeles: A guide to the nutritious wild plants that are all around us **WONDERFUL**
The garden you never knew you had! [Permaculture gardeners welcome useful wild plants growing alongside cultivated ones!] This is a link to a page that talks about nine (so far) very common "weeds" that are also very edible and good for you! [
A playing card deck by Linda Runyon, with photos and descriptions of 52 different edible plants. Ideal for hikers, campers, survival experts, and gourmet cooks. - Use coupon code "pinterest" to save 5% off your entire order!
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A playing card deck by Linda Runyon, with photos and descriptions of 52 different edible plants. Ideal for hikers, campers, survival experts, and gourmet cooks. Includes key chain for easy portability.Identification of 52 wild edible foods found in your environment ... the food forager's card game. Designed for the teacher, gardener, gourmet cook, backpacker, survival expert ... anyone interested in wild foods.Regular deck of playing cards with 52 common wild edible food plants and their uses...
Everything about Wild Turkeys from hunting to cleaning etc....
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Edible weeds - foragingtexas.com - don't discourage weeds, eat them! This one is lambsquarter.
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Purslane is a powerhouse of nutrition
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Purslane is a powerhouse of nutrition--a common weed that is great in soups and salads
A Wondrous Weed..it grows wild all over my yard, I just let it..now I'll be eating it.
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Goldenrod is so much more than a weed!! Who knew it had so many uses? Great information!!
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Go foraging for fiddleheads, spruce tips, dulse & cattails
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Please eat the dandelions: 9 edible garden weeds : TreeHugger
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Please eat the dandelions: 9 edible garden weeds : [Disclaimer: This is not meant as a field guide, so before you start eating the weeds out of your lawn or garden, be sure that you've positively identified them as an edible plant, and know how to prepare them. Unless you know for sure, steer clear of plants that grow outside your yard, in places where they may be sprayed or treated, or in places that neighborhood dogs and cats use to do their business.]
Henbit dead-nettle: the leaves, stem, and flowers of the plant are edible and are faintly reminiscent of spinach. (I just ate some that sprouted in the garden, February 2015.)
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Lamium amplexicaule (Henbit Deadnettle, Greater Henbit)
Henbit! An edible plant. Just pinch off the stem.
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10 Edible Spring Weeds: chick weed- curly/yellow dock- dandelion- lamb's quarters or white goosefoot- mallow- miner's lettuce- mustard- stinging nettle- violet- wood sorrel IN The Kitchn
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10 Edible Spring Weeds: "Plants like dandelions, chickweed, and lamb's quarters are often dismissed as weeds, yet in many cases they are even more nutritious than cultivated produce — and quite delicious, too."
If you avoid pesticides, herbicides and other harmful chemicals, your yard can be a source of beautiful, seasonal greens! Plants like dandelions, chickweed, and lamb's quarters are often dismissed as weeds, yet they can be quite nutritious and deliciious. Check out these 10 edible spring wild plants to look out for http://www.thekitchn.com/10-edible-spring-weeds-201874 Find great ways to use these and other greens in my Glorious Greens Workshop as well! www.jenniferweinbergmd.com/greensworkshop
It is good that a dilute solution of fermented stinging nettle makes a foliar and soil fertiliser that is just about a cure-all for any nutrient deficiency. pick a bin full of stinging nettle. I cover it with water, let it ferment for a couple of days, dilute the resulting brew one to ten, and spray and water the patients with it.
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PIJ #63, June-Aug 1997 by Linda Woodrow How to harvest weeds for their best nutrients Sometimes gardening seems to me like alchemy. Organic material that
Stinging nettle concentrates a big range of nutrient elements, some of them quite rare, in easily collected and converted forms. It too is a rich source of nitrogen and of the other major plant nutrient, potassium. However, its biggest value is as a good source of some of the minor nutrients. It is good that a dilute solution of fermented stinging nettle makes a foliar and soil fertiliser that is just about a cure-all for any nutrient deficiency. Instead of getting out those cumbersome nutrient deficiency keys and trying to work out whether the older or the younger leaves are suffering most, or whether the yellowing is spreading from the margins in or the veins out, I spend the time picking a bin full of stinging nettle. I cover it with water, let it ferment for a couple of days, dilute the resulting brew one to ten, and spray and water the patients with it. If this doesn’t fix them I give up on them!
Even More Wild Plants You Can Eat (via Survival at Home)
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4 Common Wild Edible Plants That Could Save Your Life
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"Harvesting Pine Pollen How and Why" from AndHereWeAre.net
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We spent Saturday afternoon harvesting pine pollen. I know, you’re probably wondering why we would do that! The idea had never crossed my mind, until a recent email conversation with a reader in Oregon. We were talking about wild foods, and she said that she and her husband were going to be harvesting pine pollen. …
Chestnut are making a comeback in America since being hit hard by blight in the 30's and 40's. Great info here.
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Chestnuts at Peggy and Jim Paul's orchard and warehouse in Nampa. Sold at local Paul's groceries.
Chestnuts? not too common, delicious nut, great for finishing off livestock- turkeys/pigs/etc.
Chestnuts at Peggy and Jim Paul's orchard and warehouse in Nampa, Idaho. Credit: NW Food News
Chestnuts Return to America -- Chestnuts at Peggy and Jim Paul's orchard and warehouse in Nampa.