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    Edible Plants :

    Just a few lists.


    http://www.wakingtimes.com/2013/08/0...s-you-can-eat/



    http://paulkirtley.co.uk/Topics/livi...e-wild-plants/





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    #2
    www.eaththeweeds.com
    Let’s Go Brandon!!!!!

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      #3
      As a youngin I use to help my PA gather wild onions and thistle. Then PA would cut them up into a salad while the bacon was frying.

      Hot bacon grease was the dressing for the salad and bacon on the side yum yum

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        #4
        I still have a copy of this. Once I made a pie using mockernut hickory nuts and a pecan pie recipe.

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          #5
          Paul Kirtley is good.

          I enjoy foraging, isn't for everyone.

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            #6
            I enjoy it too the guy from eattheweeds is green Dean he has a big YouTube following. I have walked with him a few times. He is mind blowing. I know my plants and common names, and uses. He know the WHOLE history of how it came to be used, the Latin, medicinal and secondary ways to eat it. Every time I see him I learn like a beginner.
            Let’s Go Brandon!!!!!

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              #7
              A lot of these plants grow where I live. Mayapple is thick in the woods. We have huge arrow root, paw paw plants, and Wild muscadine. No wonder the explorers didn't friggin leave when they landed here.

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                #8
                Originally posted by Sky View Post
                A lot of these plants grow where I live. Mayapple is thick in the woods. We have huge arrow root, paw paw plants, and Wild muscadine. No wonder the explorers didn't friggin leave when they landed here.
                They also had the added benefit of bringing known plants with them.

                White man's footprint...... Loved learning this name for plantain.
                Let’s Go Brandon!!!!!

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                  #9
                  Originally posted by Mayaca View Post

                  White man's footprint...... Loved learning this name for plantain.
                  Is your plantain the same as our plantain? We have Ribwort and Broad leaf varieties.

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                    #10
                    I believe it came from your people settling here. Our varieties have American names. (Virginicum ? In the Latin?) But originally of the same plant since it came over with settlers.
                    Let’s Go Brandon!!!!!

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                      #11
                      Nobody mentions the toxic but still edible (and delicious) if double boiled pokeweed?

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                        #12
                        I read up and practiced a bit with wild edibles back in the 80s and 90s but never got hungry enough to try parboiling pokeweed or any other toxic edible.

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                          #13
                          Pineapple weed! I love the smell of that plant, never knew it was edible. It grows everywhere here, along with Jerusalem artichoke, dandelion, and all kinds of berries. I have yet to taste cattails or Jerusalem artichokes. Dandelion is a lot of work and is bitter. The blossoms make a jelly that tastes like honey.

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                            #14
                            I loves me some swamp cabbage.

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                              #15
                              I eat wild plants often.


                              Had blackberries today.
                              Also had some saw palmetto heart (hearts of palm), a flower off of Caesar's Weed, and a bite of smilax.



                              Woods Devil You should take the plunge and try Pokeweed. It is my favorite cooked green ever.




                              Spanish Needles are a common plant here, and can be treated similar to dandelion greens, but as stated above, bitter.
                              Let’s Go Brandon!!!!!

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