An array of abundant wild foods is available to hikers, campers, foragers, or anyone interested in living closer to the earth. Written by a leading expert on wild foods and a well-known teacher of survival skills, Guide to Wild Foods and Useful Plants is more than a listing of plant typesait teaches how to recognize edible plants and where to find them, their medicinal and nutritional properties, and their growing cycles. This new edition features more than 70 plants found all around the United States along with more than 100 full color photos plus handy leaf, fruit, and seed keys to help readers identify the plants. It also includes fascinating folklore about plants, personal anecdotes about trips and meals, and simple and tasty recipes.A pleasant bonus is that wild radish leaves are generally milder than mustard greens. Furthermore, the young green ... The rootsof wild radish plants smelljust like cultivated radish roots but are usually too fibrous to eat. When you find the wildanbsp;...
|Title||:||Guide to Wild Foods and Useful Plants|
|Publisher||:||Chicago Review Press - 2014-04-01|