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Edible plants for #survival - dandelion - The entire plant is edible- roots, leaves, and flower. Eat the leaves while they’re still young; mature leaves taste bitter. If you do decide to eat the mature leaves, boil them first to remove their bitter taste. Boil the roots before eating as well. You can drink the water you boiled the roots in as a tea and use the flower as a garnish for your dandelion salad.
Edible plants video: How to tell look-alike poison iris from cattails | You won’t starve in the wilderness if you can find cattails. Every part of the plant is edible. But don’t mistake a toxic look-alike, the poison iris, for the edible plant. Here is how to tell the difference. | #foraging
Surviving in the Wild: 19 Common Edible Plants - A photo primer on 19 common edible wild plants. Also check out the SAS Survival Handbook and the U.S. Army Survival Manual.
Hey! You never know when you might need this! Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants