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How to Harvest and Use Stinging Nettle

How To Harvest & Use Stinging Nettle I remember my Gram telling (little) me that stinging nettle was good to eat. I …

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How to Harvest and Use Curly Dock

How to Harvest and Use Curly Dock Curly dock (also known as yellow dock, sour dock, and butter dock, as well as …

Foraged greens - ready to cook

Free Eats ~ Cooking Up Foraged Greens From My Backyard

Cooking Foraged Greens Free Food from My Backyard I don’t have spinach or lettuce ready in my garden yet…heck, the snow just …

The Bushcraft Field Guide to Trapping, Gathering, & Cooking in the Wild

The Bushcraft Field Guide to Trapping, Gathering, & Cooking in the Wild by Dave Canterbury I’m always interested in reading a new …

Foraging for Free Food

Ethical Foraging – Food for Free I’ve been interested in foraging for wild foods since I was a kid. Dandelions, plantain, cattails, …

Eat Your Weedies

Eating Weeds I like to supplement my garden goodies with weeds foraged from the countryside. This year I decided not to forage …

Saving Milkweed for the Monarchs

Responsible Foraging & Wildlife Habitat I decided to start saving milkweed for the Monarchs. I like foraging for wild edibles, but I …

Sauteed Garlic Mustard Greens

Sauteed Garlic Mustard Greens

      Foraged Garlic Mustard Greens The first greens of spring are ready for the taking! Dandelions, garlic mustard, curly dock, …