Loads of information about foraging edible and medicinal plants in North America. Learn to collect wild foods sustainably, cook with them, and use plants…
Jun 21, 2020 - Tragically, wild violet season ended in the SE MN forest a few weeks ago. While they were still blooming, I made a vibrant pink simple syrup from their petals and saved a few in a mason jar in the fridge. This lemonade recipe takes advantage of the pigment derived from the wild violet and is…
Nov 10, 2020 - There is nothing like a hot cup of tea to cure what ails you! Herb gardens are an incredible resource for making herbal tea and medicines at home. Buying bulk herbs can be quite expensive, whereas garden plants and seeds are a one time purchase that will keep producing for years to come.
Apr 8, 2018 - With our sandy soil, we never really had any dandelions, until this year. We’ve always had some violets, but this year it seems we have had an abundance of them. I thought about making violet jelly, and maybe I will, but I decided to try utilizing both the dandelions and violets. The end result was […]