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New Book! "The Wild Wisdom of Weeds: 13 Essential Plants for Human Survival" by Katrina Blair (Chelsea Green,

You've probably seen this weed before. It grows all over North America. All parts of the chicory plant are edible.

Youve probably seen this weed before. It grows all over North America. All parts of the chicory plant are edible.

Herbs and Wildcrafting Featuring the Weekly Weeder Series @ common Sense Homesteading - Learn to Use Your Weeds

Herbs and Wildcrafting

Herbs and Wildcrafting Featuring the Weekly Weeder Series @ common Sense Homesteading - Learn to Use Your Weeds:

Happy St. Patty's day! Wood sorrel is sometimes called American Shamrock. It's a tasty little edible weed that's perfect for beginners to identify. Wood Sorrel foraging tips from the Foraged Foodie!

Identifying and foraging common wood sorrel. A common edible weed, often mistaken for clover or shamrock. Perfect for beginners.

Wood sorrel is sometimes called American Shamrock. It& a tasty little edible weed that& perfect for beginners to identify. Wood Sorrel foraging tips from the Foraged Foodie!

Purslane - A nutritious edible weed

Purslane: A Nutritious and Edible Weed

Purslane - we call it a weed. This web page brings you purslane facts and purslane recipes to bolster your appreciation of this virtuous wild plant. A nutritious edible weed absolutely delicious when mixed with yogurt and garlic!

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Amaranth/Pigweed is a common weed that is highly nutritious! Use the greens in soups, stir fries, or salads. eat the dried seeds raw or roasted. The seeds are very high protein and have lysine, fiber, and calcium. A single plant can produce seeds!

"You can be your own herbalist, if you keep it simple. First, divide herbs into four categories: nourishing, tonifying, stimulating/sedating, and potentially poisonous. Use nourishing herbs daily, tonifying herbs regularly, stimulating/sedating rarely, and potentially poisonous herbs almost never." - Susun Weed

Herbal Medicine and Spirit Healing the Wise Woman Way with Susun Weed, herbalist, author, health expert. Topics covered in the near 200 videos at the Wise Wo.

Have you seen this purple, fuzzy looking weed with square stems and teeny tiny pink flowers popping up in lawns? Meet Lamium purpureum, a mint family plant known as Purple Dead Nettle. It is edible and high in antioxidants, those cancer-busting compounds we can all use more of! Source: http://firstways.com/

Purple Dead Nettle: A Weed That’s Good To Eat February 2011 by Rebecca Lerner "Hurry with this one — it does not stick around and will be gone before late spring!

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

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

Edible weeds and plant literacy |Our Heritage of Health

Finding Edible Weeds on a Plant Literacy Tour

Once I came home after the plant literacy tour, I took a look around my yard to see if any edible weeds were there. I found plenty growing all over

How to forage for common milkweed, with great photos for identification. Covers which parts are edible, and gives recipe for milkweed shoot and radish salad.

Milkweed Meal: ID it and Make Milkweed Radish Salad -

How to forage for common milkweed, with great photos for identification. Covers which parts are edible, and gives recipe for milkweed shoot and radish salad. (Just avoid them caterpillars ;

The Five Healthiest Backyard Weeds

The Five Healthiest Backyard Weeds

Useful Weed: Plantain - Homespun Seasonal Living

Useful Weed: Plantain

Lamb's ears.  I had no idea!  I have pulled these many times out of the garden!

3 Common Edible Weeds In Your Garden

Edible parts: PINEAPPLE WEED flowers and leaves are a tasty finger food while hiking or toss in salads. Flowers can also be dried out and crushed so that it can be used as flour. As with chamomile, pineapple weed is very good as a tea. Native Americans used a leaf infusion (medicine prepared by steeping flower or leaves in a liquid without boiling) for stomach gas pains and as a laxative.

Fifty-two Plants in the Wild You Can Eat

Edible parts: PINEAPPLE WEED flowers and leaves are a tasty finger food while hiking or toss in salads. Flowers can also be dried out and crushed so that it can be used as flour. As with chamomile, pineapple weed is very good as a tea.

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