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A foraging family in southeastern Connecticut searching for wild edible food to identify, photograph, and create recipes.

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

Common Mallow - a pest to most gardens but completely 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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FORAGING FOR WILD FOOD
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Make the most of the wild garlic season.

Moringa Oleifera tree is one of the best survival tactics - Modern Survival Living

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An a-z list with pictures and descriptions of common and edible weeds, you can forage so much right from your yard!
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Edible Wild Food - great resource for pictures & descriptions

Edible Weeds & Flowers Great resource with clear descriptions & recipes too.

A-Z List of Edible Weeds w/Pictures & Descriptions. Forage in your yard!

Creeping Charlie (mint family) Identifying wild edibles, parts that are edible, how to prepare them.

An a-z list with pictures and descriptions of common and edible weeds, you can forage so much right from your yard!

An a-z list with pictures and descriptions of common and edible weeds, you can forage so much right from your yard!
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Lambs Quarters - taste kind of like spinach. Garden weed, but delicious!
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Lambs Quarters - taste kind of like spinach. Garden weed, but delicious!
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(chickweed is much more densely nutritious than lettuce). Fresh chickweed is very nutritious—it contains vitamin C and protein—and is a great addition to a spring salad. Traditionally, the herb was considered soothing to irritated mucous membranes, and the dried herb was made into teas for coughs and hoarseness.
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(chickweed is much more densely nutritious than lettuce). Fresh chickweed is…

Edible Plants 101 - Chickweed FOOD USES: Chop common and star chickweed, and add them, raw, to salads, or cook them like spinach. Mouse-ear "And it's not just for food!

Chickweed - taste like mowing a lawn smells, but I'll add it to salads and check for medicinal uses

Star Chickweed in Flower NUTRITION: Chickweed is an excellent source of vitamins…

(chickweed is much more densely nutritious than lettuce). Fresh chickweed is very nutritious—it contains vitamin C and protein—and is a great addition to a spring salad. Traditionally, the herb was considered soothing to irritated mucous membranes, and the dried herb was made into teas for coughs and hoarseness.

(chickweed is much more densely nutritious than lettuce). Fresh chickweed is very nutritious—it contains vitamin C and protein—and is a great addition to a spring salad. Traditionally, the herb was considered soothing to irritated mucous membranes, and the dried herb was made into teas for coughs and hoarseness.

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Edible Weeds: Ground Ivy  "Prior to the introduction of hops to England in the 16th century, ground ivy was used to flavor, clarify, and preserve beer"

Edible Weeds: Ground Ivy

Edible Weeds: Ground Ivy "Prior to the introduction of hops to England in the century, ground ivy was used to flavor, clarify, and preserve beer"

Henbit, brief salad green of spring;  METHOD OF PREPARATIOIN: Young leaves, raw or cooked, added to salads or as a potherb. No poisonous look alikes. Stems and flowers are edible, too.

caption align=aligncenter Henbit, brief salad green of spring/caption Henbit: Springtime Salad Green and More It was a zig and a zag for me. I heard the name as an

I have been eating a small amount ( 6 or 8 leaves ) of raw purslane each day for about 2 months now.  I have Fibromyalgia. This has helped relieve some of the aches and helped a great deal with the "Brain Fog" associated with Fibro. the plant is very high in omega-3-fatty acids and quite tasty!

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I have been eating a small amount ( 6 or 8 leaves ) of raw purslane each day for about 2 months now. I have Fibromyalgia. This has helped relieve some of the aches and helped a great deal with the "Brain Fog" associated with Fibro.

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Motherwort is a perennial plant that is best known as an herb that helps the heart and women’s disorders. Early Greeks gave pregnant women motherwort who suffered anxiety. The Latin name is derived from the Greek: leon for lion and ouros for tail. The name cardiac comes from kardiaca, meaning heart. Motherwort is categorically a mint that has a very bitter taste.

Motherwort is a perennial plant that is best known as an herb that helps the heart and women’s disorders. Early Greeks gave pregnant women motherwort who suffered anxiety. The Latin name is derived from the Greek: leon for lion and ouros for tail. The nam

how to forage for wild edibles with kids

How to forage for wild edibles with kids

How to forage for food - be able to find edible nutritious wild food (hint: in your weeds too).

Not just a common weed with pretty leaves and flowers, sorrel is a nice wild edible and it's growing in my backyard =)  Enjoy slightly tart raw leaves tossed into a salad or prepared like sautéed spinach or into scrambled eggs.

Not just a common weed with pretty leaves and flowers, sorrel is a nice wild edible and it's growing in my backyard =) Enjoy slightly tart raw leaves tossed into a salad or prepared like sautéed spinach or into scrambled eggs.

Get ready to harvest dinner and fill the medicine cabinet from the wild earth and the backyard with these foraging basics.

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Foraging Basics: Tips for the Beginner. Get ready to harvest dinner and fill the medicine cabinet from the wild and your backyard with these foraging basics.

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