Lambsquarters, dandelion greens and violas...WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE – Identifying Wild Edible Plants in Your Neck of the Woods

Lambsquarters, dandelion greens and violas...WHERE THE WILD THINGS ARE – Identifying Wild Edible Plants in Your Neck of the Woods

Winter Foraging - Part 2  I see button weed.  We eat the leaves and the seeds.

Winter Foraging - Part 2 I see button weed. We eat the leaves and the seeds.

Wild Edibles: Getting Started - things to remember for first time and "seasoned" foragers alike

Wild Edibles: Getting Started - things to remember for first time and "seasoned" foragers alike

Edible Kansas Flower ( you can eat the roots, and flower)

Edible Kansas Flower ( you can eat the roots, and flower)

Garlic Mustard is an invasive plant found in nearly every woodland area that deserves to be vigorously harvested and eaten. Smells and tastes  like garlic and is rich in nutrients.    Raw Garlic Mustard Pesto    1 1/2 cups garlic mustard leaves  1 1/2 cups spinach leaves  juice of 1/2 - 1 lemon (to taste)  1 clove garlic (or more to taste)  1/2 cup pine nuts or walnuts  1/4 cup olive oil  salt or tamari to taste

Garlic Mustard is an invasive plant found in nearly every woodland area that deserves to be vigorously harvested and eaten. Smells and tastes like garlic and is rich in nutrients. Raw Garlic Mustard Pesto 1 1/2 cups garlic mustard leaves 1 1/2 cups spinach leaves juice of 1/2 - 1 lemon (to taste) 1 clove garlic (or more to taste) 1/2 cup pine nuts or walnuts 1/4 cup olive oil salt or tamari to taste

Mid-summer - Wild blackberries are pretty easy to find in Howard County. They grow at the edges of open space and the beginnings of scruff plants. Very easy to find near parking lots, paths and more. June-Julyish.

Mid-summer - Wild blackberries are pretty easy to find in Howard County. They grow at the edges of open space and the beginnings of scruff plants. Very easy to find near parking lots, paths and more. June-Julyish.

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