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A Foraging Witch :: 10 of the Most Nutritious Fall Wild Edibles Hickory Black Walnut Pine Nuts Hazelnut Beech Nuts Acorn Wild Rice Amaranth Rose Hips Persimmon

Pineapple Weed, also called Wild Chamomile, is a common "weed" that makes a delicious herbal tea you can forage for free! Montana Homesteader

Pineapple Weed Tea

Pineapple Weed, also called Wild Chamomile, is a common "weed" that makes a delicious herbal tea you can forage for free! be certain you know which variety of chamomile you pick though

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Lavender Syrup

Lavender Syrup is a perfect addition to ice cream, fruit tarts, lemonade, teas or cocktails. cups water cups granulated sugar 2 tablespoons fresh lavender blossoms few drops of purple food colouring (optional but will stay clear without it)

Hankshaw says: Maple seeds are a neglected food source. In the Spring you can harvest buckets of them. 1) Hull the pea-like seeds. 2) Boil in water, draining and reboiling until the tannins are removed (the bitter taste) 3) season to taste.  Or dry in the sun or roast in the oven. They can be ground into a usable flour.

How to eat maple seeds. If you have a maple tree, you probably get an overflow of their seeds once a year. The good news is, these are edible. When cooked, they taste like a cross between peas and They can also be eaten raw or dried and thrown in a salad.

Homemade Dandelion Wine Recipe  Ingredients    3 quarts dandelion blossoms  1 gallon water  2 oranges, with peel  1 lemon, with peel  3 pounds sugar  1 ounce fresh yeast...

Dandelion Wine

I drink dandelion tea, this wine recipe sounds interesting : ) Homemade Dandelion Wine Recipe Ingredients 3 quarts dandelion blossoms 1 gallon water 2 oranges, with peel 1 lemon, with peel 3 pounds sugar 1 ounce fresh yeast.

Gathering Pitch Pine Needles

Pine needle tea contains the amount of vitamin C as a glass of freshly squeezed orange juice. It’s also high in vitamin A, it thins mucus secretions, is a decongestant and can be used as an antiseptic wash when cooled. This makes pine needle tea incre

Clover - The flowers can be eaten raw, added to salads, boiled in soups, or dried and ground to flour. They can also be used to make fritters. Red clover is shown here, but white clover is just as good (but a little smaller, so it takes more work to collect). The leaves and stems are also edible in salads or as greens.

Red clover belongs to the legume family and is similar to soy in nature. Red clover is rich in "phytoestrogens", the plant-based chemicals. Red clover has a

How to Use and Harvest Edible Spruce Tips (or Fir & Pine Tips) | Laurie Constantino

Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska: How to Harvest Spruce Tips with Recipes for Using Spruce Tips (or Pine Tips or Fir Tips) Such a great post, with a bunch of excellent recipes!

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