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Eat The Weeds - Edible Plant Guide

Matt V.
user 5735014
Center Valley, PA
Post #: 10
Whether you are a hiker or a survivalist you will appreciate these informative videos. I really like the part about homemade vinegar from a vinegar mother. Excellent information and worth watching.

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A former member
Post #: 3
Hey Matt, this was fantastic! I have been interested in foraging and have looked online for classes but there's nothing in this area, only in NY, New England or south of here. The video on youtube was great. Thanks again!
Matt V.
user 5735014
Center Valley, PA
Post #: 13
Hey Matt, this was fantastic! I have been interested in foraging and have looked online for classes but there's nothing in this area, only in NY, New England or south of here. The video on youtube was great. Thanks again!

You are very welcome. Remember to consult an expert before eating any wild edibles.

Forgot to mention Green Deane has his own website http://www.eattheweed...­
A former member
Post #: 5
That website's a keeper, I have bookmarked it! I have gotten books at the library, but it can be a bit confusing to try to learn from a picture on a page, when you're used to going to the store. His site mentions Native Plant Society, and that most major cities have one. I'll have to check that out. If you hear of any other classes or teachers in this area, please let us know.
fight-uni
fight-uni
Wilmington, DE
Post #: 1
Green Deane rocks! I have been absorbing his material for a long time. It is time to practice with what we are locally able to obtain. I made this vid yesterday on Burdock (Arctium Lappa). One part to collect it, one part to cook it. Try it today, because just reading about it, isn't enough. You have to actually do it to be comfortable with it. Quite liberating actually. I like this group's enthusiasm for LIFE!

Burdock 1
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Burdock 1
Burdock 2
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Burdock 2

Linda Runyon's deck of cards and book are available on Amazon. The cards are like $5, so I have a few of them. Linda homesteaded for 20 years in the Adirondacks without going to the supermarket. www.ofthefield.com There are many others too that I study. Food is Good - biggrin
Brandon
user 12561985
Sicklerville, NJ
Post #: 3
i love green deane! he helped me out so much when i first started studying plants.

heres a few other links

http://www.youtube.co...­ - Linda Runyon How to eat a pine tree (http://ofthefield.com...­)

http://www.youtube.co...­ - Some winter edibles

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