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Cattails- Know you can eat them? If we all understood how to forage in our local surroundings we could end hunger NOW.

Cattails- Know you can eat them? If we all understood how to forage in our local surroundings we could end hunger NOW.

Watercress | 13 Weeds You Can Eat Without r-- Peppery flavor. good in salad and sandwiches, without cooking.

Watercress

Watercress | 13 Weeds You Can Eat Without r-- Peppery flavor. good in salad and sandwiches, without cooking.

Gooseberries:    I remember picking these when I was a kid- we would put them on a toothpick and burn the spines off with a match.  What a fun memory from summer up at the cabin!

Gooseberries: I remember picking these when I was a kid- we would put them on a toothpick and burn the spines off with a match. What a fun memory from summer up at the cabin!

Medium Red Clover: Perennial/Biennial. Fast growing crop that can be recut, giving more total biomass than other clovers. This plant is hardy through USDA Zone 4. Sow in autumn to be harvested in the spring. Sweetens the soil. Fixes about .23-.30 lbs. of Nitrogen per 100 sq. feet per year. Good for pastures or hay. Medicinal: skin, menopause.

Medium Red Clover: Perennial/Biennial. Fast growing crop that can be recut, giving more total biomass than other clovers. This plant is hardy through USDA Zone 4. Sow in autumn to be harvested in the spring. Sweetens the soil. Fixes about .23-.30 lbs. of Nitrogen per 100 sq. feet per year. Good for pastures or hay. Medicinal: skin, menopause.

I'm pretty familiar with finding food in the wilderness.  But I live in the city, so I should probably know if that weed in the neighbor's yard is poisonous or edible.

What Is Urban Foraging? How to Find Free Food in the City!

I'm pretty familiar with finding food in the wilderness. But I live in the city, so I should probably know if that weed in the neighbor's yard is poisonous or edible.

Winter Foraging - Part 2  I see button weed.  We eat the leaves and the seeds.

Winter Foraging - Part 2 I see button weed. We eat the leaves and the seeds.

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