Looking to dive into the world of foraging for wild food? Here are some tips to get started plus a roundup of easy plants to forage.
What does plantain look like? A closer look at one of the most common wild and edible plants: plantain. You’ll learn how to identify broadleaf plantain and narrowleaf plantain.
Pine needles have so many great culinary uses. Foraging pine needles is fairly easy once you know a few tips. Here’s how to forage pine needles and what to do with them.
Are spruce tips edible? Yes, they are. Here’s how to properly identify, harvest, and use this citrus-y, edi ble wild food.
Cattails are edible wild food. Here are some foraging tips, plus how to eat the cattail plant, along with 5 recipes to get you started.
Here’s how to make dandelion root coffee, a tasty, caffeine-free, coffee substitute—three different ways.
Cooking with dandelions is an easy and nutritious way to make use of an edible plant you may have growing in your backyard. From flower to root, the entire plant is edible.
Faster than growing from seed, here’s how to grow goji berries from cuttings.
There are many practical broadleaf plantain uses. While often considered a weed, it has many nutritional and medicinal uses. Learn more about how you can use this plant to boost health.
Broadleaf plantain (Plantago major) has many healing properties. Let’s learn how to prepare plantain leaves for medicinal uses at home.
So, what is yellow dock good for? Yellow dock is an edible wild plant high in iron, and vitamins A and C with medicinal properties.
What is rosehip tea good for? Rosehips are full of vitamin C and antioxidants and are used for a wide range of medicinal purposes.
Knowing when to harvest rosehips is the key to getting them at their peak condition—full of vitamins and not too tart.
How to cook amaranth for breakfast: everything you need to know to prepare this nutritious pseudo-grain for breakfast.
What is stinging nettle good for? It’s rich in nutrients & used for a wide range of natural medicinal purposes including treating BPH, inflammation, and hay fever.
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