Wild Edible Plants

I’ve been going through my posts and looking for stuff I’ve written on wildcrafting. Hopefully I’ll have the time later to do something more, in the meantime… I need to pull out a lot of files.

Any interest in locals on going for a Forage Walk with me? It may happen, we’re working on a collaboration with the Queen of Tarts at her farm, and my know-how, to do a nature walk for wild edibles and other interesting things we find in the woods.

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3 responses to “Wild Edible Plants”

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  2. Given your love of old books I hope you have copies of Euell Gibbons’s works – – *Stalking the Wild Asparagus* is the one concerned with edible plants, but he wrote a whole series of *Stalking* books – – *Stalking the Healthful Herbs,* *Stalking the Blue-Eyed Scallop,* *The Beachcomber’s Handbook,* etc. Not only does he write of how to find them, but also how to prepare them.

    1. I do indeed! My copy of Wild Asparagus has been with me since I was about ten. He was one of my childhood heroes.