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The lotus is the largest native blossom in North America. Photo by Green Deane

Post about edible weeds. The lotus is the largest native blossom in North America. Photo by Green Deane

How to Eat Maple Seeds: 4 Steps - wikiHow

Eat Maple Seeds

How to Eat Maple Seeds - we'll soon have these by the gazillions. I'm thinking maple edamame?

Spiderwort: Pocahontas and Gamma Rays | Eat the Weeds

Spiderwort: Pocahontas and Gamma Rays - Eat The Weeds and other things, too

Foraging for dock, and how to prepare it. (From HunterAnglerGardenerCook)

Foraging Curly Dock

How to identify curly dock and Western dock, Rumex crispus, and how to cook this edible wild green. Foraging curly dock is easy, as it loves near humans.

Asclepias syriaca (Common milkweed) - a Missouri native plant important for monarch butterflies

Asclepias syriaca is the edible species of milkweed. Green Deane's article on Eat the Weeds covers identification and safe cooking methods.

5 ways to eat wild edibles

5 ways to eat wild edibles

How to Use Lambsquarters from Root to Seed // Mother Earth News

Wild Edibles: How to Use Lambsquarter From Root to Seed – Real Food

Wild Edibles: How to Use Lambsquarter from Root to Seed - Maintain a state of optimal health w/ minimal cost and effort by harvesting edible weeds, such as lambsquarter, for food, medicine and self-care. - from MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine.

Foraging Goutweed - Aegopodium podagraria L.

The link brings you to two recipes: Foraged Goutweed Soup and Empanadas

How to make Chickory "coffee"! Chickory was brought over to North America by Eurpoeans as a coffee substitute! It's found all over except in Florida! I need to try this!

Pickled Chicory Flowers

How to make Chickory "coffee"! Chickory was brought over to North America by Eurpoeans as a coffee substitute.

All about foraging and identifying grape, both wild and cultivated, in North America.  (cool tidbit..did you know you can get a lot of water from a grapevine? Read his article to find out more!)

082014 wild grapes ~ All about foraging and identifying grape, both wild and cultivated, in North America.did you know you can get a lot of water from a grapevine?

How to Find Wild Edible Plants: 16 Steps (with Pictures)Edible_plants_3_014_428.JPG

Find Wild Edible Plants

How to Find Wild Edible Plants. Please double check all of these plants using other websites before consumption. Wild edible plants are everywhere you turn. Not only it is free food, but eating wild plants is a huge stride toward.

Daylilies can be found in the wild in late spring/early summer.  The buds, flowers, and tubers are edible.

Eating Daylilies - Cooking Edible Day Lilies

Daylilies can be found in the wild in late spring/early summer. The buds, flowers, and tubers are edible.

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