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How to Hull Walnuts. Walnuts are delicious when eaten on their own or when added to a variety of baked goods. Walnuts have multiple layers, including the outer hull and the nutshell. If your walnuts are fresh from the tree, then you will.

Uses for black walnuts

The most frequently reported remedy for ringworm in Southern Appalachia was a topical application of juice from green walnut hulls.

"black walnuts are a fortress.”

Harvesting and Cooking Black Walnuts

Can dogs eat walnuts? - Can feeding your dog walnuts be harmful? Find out everything you need to know here.

How to harvest and hull black walnuts

I remember my dad sitting down in the winter with a bowl of black walnuts and talking about how tasty they were.

Tincturing Black Walnut: Animals that spend most of their lives out doors (in our case, our farm dog, our goats and our chickens) are super prone to getting worms. Black Walnut is traditionally used as an anthelmintic (That’s your vocabulary word of the day. Use it the next time you are talking to your vet or doctor about worms and they’ll think you are super smart!) That basically means that it works by expelling parasitic worms from the body.

Tincturing Black Walnut: Animals that spend most of their lives out doors (in our case, our farm dog, our goats and our chickens) are super prone to getting worms.

Purslane - A nutritious edible weed

Purslane: A Nutritious and Edible Weed

Purslane - we call it a weed. This web page brings you purslane facts and purslane recipes to bolster your appreciation of this virtuous wild plant. A nutritious edible weed absolutely delicious when mixed with yogurt and garlic!

Wild Edible and Medicinal: Black Walnut. Learned some things I didn't know- particularly that you can tap a black walnut tree for sap. Lots of other interesting info in the video too.

Wild Edible and Medicinal: Black Walnut. you can tap a black walnut tree for sap. Lots of other interesting info in the video too.

Field Boxed Black Walnuts

What You Need to Know about Gathering Walnuts

Collecting a Black Walnut Crop for Seeds and Nuts: Collecting Black Walnut in Husks

Not too familiar with black walnut as a home remedy? Then you'll definitely want…

How to Make a Black Walnut Tincture

Not too familiar with black walnut as a home remedy? Then you'll definitely want to read today's post. We've been testing black walnut at home for several months now to see if it does indeed heal cavities. Learn how to Make a Black Walnut Tincture

How to Dry Black Walnut Hulls for Herbal Tinctures | Garden Guides

How to Dry Black Walnut Hulls for Herbal Tinctures

Did you know that you can tap your backyard black walnut trees to make delicious syrup? Learn how we tap the trees on our homestead, and boil it down for syrup. | Homestead Honey:

How to Tap Black Walnut Trees for Syrup

Did you know that you can tap your backyard black walnut trees to make delicious syrup? Learn how we tap the trees on our homestead, and boil it down for syrup.

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Foraged Foodie: How to find, identify and eat wild purslane. Plus how to avoid poisonous look-a-like: spurge. #foraging #purslane #wildfood

Foraging: Identifying and Eating Purslane (avoid poisonous spurge!)

Know the difference between Purslane and Spurge. Foraged foodie: finding, identifying, and eating edible weed Portulaca oleracea (purslane).

Motherwart...soothes the storms of menopause, and helps maintain emotional balance. Need I say more?

Your Medicinal Garden: Ten Herbs to Plant This Spring

Motherwort is a perennial plant that is best known as an herb that helps the heart and women’s disorders. Early Greeks gave pregnant women motherwort who suffered anxiety. The Latin name is derived from the Greek: leon for lion and ouros for tail. The nam

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