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Edible Wild Plants

The common cattail (typha latifolia) is one of the first of the wild edible plants that all hikers should familiarize themselves with. It not only has several edible parts, but there is some part of the plant that can be harvested for food during any season. In addition, it has other uses as well.

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There are lots of edible plants growing just outside your door. Use our guide to learn how to locate and incorporate wild plants into your daily diet.
from FREECYCLE

The Tiberian Growdome System

There are lots of edible plants growing just outside your door. Use our guide to learn how to locate and incorporate wild plants into your daily diet.

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from The Art of Manliness

Edible Wild Plants: 19 Wild Plants You Can Eat to Survive in the Wild

Clovers (Trifolium) - lucky you, they're edible. And they’re found just about everywhere there’s an open grassy area. You can spot them by their distinctive trefoil leaflets. You can eat clovers raw, but they taste better boiled. ...I like those with the big purplish buds (red clover), so it seems do the bees.

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Common Wild Foods of Spring - Foraging Guide and Recipes, I don't know about eating all of this but it looks interesting...

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from The Art of Manliness

Edible Wild Plants: 19 Wild Plants You Can Eat to Survive in the Wild

You’ll find chicory growing in Europe, North America, and Australia. It’s a bushy plant with small blue, lavender, and white flowers. You can eat the entire plant. Pluck off the young leaves and eat them raw or boil them. The chicory’s roots will become tasty after boiling. And you can pop the flowers in your mouth for a quick snack.

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Here are five mushrooms that are great for a beginning forager!
from Grow Forage Cook Ferment

5 Easy to Identify Edible Mushrooms

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Clickable Library of Edible Wild Food Foraging Plants | http://thehomesteadsurvival.com/clickable-library-edible-wild-food-foraging-plants/

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