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Bull Nettle. What: seeds, taproot. How: seeds raw, roasted; root baked. Where: sunny fields. When: summer, fall. Nutritional Value: protein, calories

Bull Nettle. What: seeds, taproot. How: seeds raw, roasted; root baked. Where: sunny fields. When: summer, fall. Nutritional Value: protein, calories

Black Nightshade Scientific Name(s): Solanum nigrum, Solanum ptychanthum, Solanum americanum Abundance: plentiful What: leaves, ripe berries  How: berries raw, leaves cooked Where: yards, fields  When: summer, early fall Nutritional Value: assorted vitamins, minerals Dangers: high concentrations of toxic alkaloids (solanine and others) found in green berries and smaller amounts in leaves. Cooking leaves reduces toxins to safe levels.

Black Nightshade Scientific Name(s): Solanum nigrum, Solanum ptychanthum, Solanum americanum Abundance: plentiful What: leaves, ripe berries How: berries raw, leaves cooked Where: yards, fields When: summer, early fall Nutritional Value: assorted vitamins, minerals Dangers: high concentrations of toxic alkaloids (solanine and others) found in green berries and smaller amounts in leaves. Cooking leaves reduces toxins to safe levels.

Miner's Lettuce - a fantastic wild food. Good for salad and even got a bite. We grow it also in the vegetable garden, but around the world you can find it in the wild, also here in the Netherlands.

Miner's Lettuce - a fantastic wild food. Good for salad and even got a bite. We grow it also in the vegetable garden, but around the world you can find it in the wild, also here in the Netherlands.

Maple: sugar in sap, protein and carbohydrates in seeds, minerals in leaves, carbohydrates in inner bark.

Maple: sugar in sap, protein and carbohydrates in seeds, minerals in leaves, carbohydrates in inner bark.

Bay Laurel Scientific name: Laurus nobilis & Persea borbonia var. borbonia Abundance: plentiful What: nuts, leaves How: roast nuts, used leaf as seasoning Where: woods, borders When: leaves all year, nuts in the fall Nutritional Value: Calcium, iron, other minerals, vitamins A, C, B6, folate. Other uses: nuts contain a mild stimulant Dangers: Looks similar to the very poisonous cherry laurel. The leaves of cherry laurel smell like cherry/cyanide and have toothed edges while bay laurel l

Bay Laurel Scientific name: Laurus nobilis & Persea borbonia var. borbonia Abundance: plentiful What: nuts, leaves How: roast nuts, used leaf as seasoning Where: woods, borders When: leaves all year, nuts in the fall Nutritional Value: Calcium, iron, other minerals, vitamins A, C, B6, folate. Other uses: nuts contain a mild stimulant Dangers: Looks similar to the very poisonous cherry laurel. The leaves of cherry laurel smell like cherry/cyanide and have toothed edges while bay laurel l

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