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Edible Wild Plants Wild Foods From Dirt to Plate

  • Edible Wild Plants Wild Foods From Dirt to Plate
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Edible wild plants have one or more parts that can be used for food if gathered at the appropriate stage of growth and properly prepared. Edible Wild Plants includes extensive information and recipes on plants from the four categories.

Foundation greens: wild spinach, chickweed, mallow, purslane; tart greens: curly dock, sheep sorrel, wood sorrel; pungent greens: wild mustard, wintercress, garlic mustard, shepherd’s purse; and bitter greens: dandelion, cat’s ear, sow thistle, nipplewort.

Dr. John Kallas has investigated and taught about edible wild plants since 1970. He founded Wild Food Adventures (www.wildfoodadventures.com) in 1993 and is the publisher and editor of Wild Food Adventurer. He lives in Portland, Oregon.

The definitive work on growing, harvesting, and eating wild greens.

Great color pictures shown in different stages of growth...

$24.95 plus s&h

 

This cart does not figure Media Mail or Slow mail rates, however, if you want the least expensive and slow shipping please specify and we will reduce the shipping cost, whenever possible. Usually s&h is $3.95 for the first book and $0.95 for each following book. Media Mail is for books only. If you order other items as well, then your order will ship either Priority Mail or UPS Ground.

 


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  1. best book I found on wild edibles 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 2nd Jun 2014

    This is a great book with beautiful pictures for easy identifying.
    Had my first nettle stew. yum.
    Nature grows some good stuff without having to plant it yourself.