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    Adventures in Foraging

    Living and eating off the land.


    Adventures in Foraging

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    A spring foraging primer

    Eating Niagara: A spring foraging primer

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    6 Tips for Fruit Foraging

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    Examples of safe, edible wildflowers, plus a recipe for using them.

    small measures: edible spring wildflowers | Design*Sponge

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    A nifty website that helps you find and share fruit locally -- both backyard bounty and abundance on public lands.

    neighborhoodfruit.com

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    Make a backyard salad with dandelion greens. #foraging

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    Dandelion Salad. For those who like to eat on the wild side! #foraging

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    Foraged violet jelly

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    Foraging Brooklyn: Flower Power – Edible Violets, Redbuds and Dandelions Are In Bloom Now

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    Foraging Brooklyn: Field Garlic Thrives Throughout Winter in Brooklyn’s Parks

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    Wild Food Adventures in Portland, OR

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    Foraging Resources

    Foraging Resources: Books, Websites and Organizations

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    Year-round Pacific Northwest foraging calendar

    Year-Round Northwest Foraging Calendar | OregonLive.com

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    elderflower liqueur is so good. this is a DIY of elderflower syrup. now i just need to figure out where to find elderflowers!

    Foraging Project: Make Elderflower Cordial

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    Foraging for food, from rose petals to insects!

    Taraxacum officinale

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    20 Edible Weeds. Instead of battling weeds this growing season, how about eating them?

    20 Edible Weeds

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    A whole salad foraged within a 1 mile radius of our part of Silver Lake, CA.

    Miss Chiffonade

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    On foraging for food: "I often think of foraging as a way to connect with the land — it can be a means of connecting with people, too."

    Roots & Marvel | nature.culture.food

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