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Edible Wild Plants in Alabama

by Rachel Schwartz
Anyone walking through Alabama's woods and fields can find edible plants amid the landscape. Berries, roots, stalks and leaves of various plants can be added to various dishes for added flavor or eaten raw. But, be wary. Do not eat a plant unless you are certain that it is edible. Many edible plants...

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