Foraging & Wild edibles

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Foods that are edible in the wild.

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Mulberry - Wild Edibles Series
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Mulberry - Wild Edibles Series

This week in our wild edibles series, we're taking a look at mulberry (morus). I was recently surprised to see mulberry pop up in one of the forums I frequen...

Daylily - Wild Edibles Series

Daylily - Wild Edibles Series

Common Daylily (Hemerocallis fulva) is a totally edible and totally delicious flower that grows throughout the United States. In my area it is very common (a...

Stinging Nettle - Wild Edibles Series

Stinging Nettle - Wild Edibles Series

In this video we take a look at another one of my favorite wild edibles to look for, stinging nettle (aka Urtica dioica). Stinging nettle is high in vitamins...

Wood Sorrel - Wild Edibles Series

Wood Sorrel - Wild Edibles Series

Wood Sorrel (aka Oxalis acetosella) has to be one of my favorite wild edible plants to find. It's taste is one of the best in the leaf world IMHO, and it is ...

Trout Lily - Wild Edibles Series

Trout Lily - Wild Edibles Series

In this video, we take a quick look at trout lily, a very nutritious wild edible plant that grows as a ground cover in many eastern woodlands of the United S...

Garlic Mustard - Wild Edibles Series

Garlic Mustard - Wild Edibles Series

In this video I take you along in identifying and foraging garlic mustard, a wild edible plant that makes a great addition to your trail knowledge. I'll show...

Dryad's Saddle aka Pheasantback - Wild Edibles Series

Dryad's Saddle aka Pheasantback - Wild Edibles Series

In this video I show you how to find and identify Dryad's Saddle or what's otherwise known as Pheasantback. This edible mushroom or fungus mostly grows on th...

Morel Mushroom Hunting - Tips and observations - Wild Edibles Series

Morel Mushrooms - Tips and observations - Wild Edibles Series

In this video I take you along with me on my morel mushroom hunt. Along the way I share several tips, tricks, and observations about hunting these amazing mu...

Leeks aka Ramps - Wild Edibles Series

Leeks aka Ramps - Wild Edibles Series

In this video I take you along to show you how you can identify leeks in the wild. These are also called ramps as well as a few other names. They are fairly ...

How to Harvest and Use Edible Spruce Tips (or Pine Tips or Fir Tips) -Posted on June 23, 2008 | by Laurie Constantino
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How to Harvest and Use Edible Spruce Tips (or Pine Tips or Fir Tips) | Laurie Constantino

How to Harvest and Use Edible Spruce Tips (or Pine Tips or Fir Tips) -Posted on June 23, 2008 | by Laurie Constantino

Giant Puffball - Wild Edibles Series - YouTube

Giant Puffball - Wild Edibles Series

Giant puffball, or Calvatia gigantea, is a mushroom that grows throughout North America. It is one of my favorite wild edibles because it offers an incredibl...

Autumn Olive - Wild Edibles

Autumn Olive - Wild Edibles Series

Autumn Olives, Autumnberries, or Eleagnus umbellata are one of my favorite trail treats when it comes to fall here in Michigan. This vastly overlooked wild e...

Survival: 10 Most Nutritious Fall Wild Edible Plants [W/PICTURES]

Survival: 10 Most Nutritious Fall Wild Edible Plants [W/PICTURES]

(TruthSeekerDaily) Fall has the biggest wild food payoff of the year. High calorie nuts, seeds, fruits and berries can be easily foraged. These foods can provide you with a valuable emergency energy supply when you need to lay low for a few weeks due to civil unrest. Here are your 10 best be

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How to Make Dandelion Coffee

As I mentioned last week, I love dandelion coffee. Here is my recent batch and a recipe. A few weekends ago, in the brilliant Sunday afternoon sun, Honey and I took her mom to check out the neighb…

Wild Edible - Maple Seeds

Is that 253 Maple Seeds in your mouth or are you just happy to see me? - WillowHavenOutdoor Survival Skills

Maple Syrup is a DIVA and get all the glory and fame! The humble Maple Seed sits quietly in the shadows and gets absolutely no credit for the fruit of its labor. Not only are the helicopter wings an aviation and architectural wonder, but the seeds they strategically transport inside the built-in cockpit are an under-rated and often overlooked Wild Edible. Different Maple Tree varieties drop their seeds at different times – and it can range from Spring to Fall. They all pretty much look the…