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Wendy
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San Ramon, CA
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On this morning's broadcast of "Morning Edition" on National Public Radio, program host Nancy Shute was taken on an urban foraging walk by Sam Thayer near the NPR studios in Washington, D.C.

Hear it here:
Foraging The Weeds For Wild, Healthy Greens

http://www.npr.org/20...­

Most people only eat a few different vegetables on a regular basis. But urban foragers say most areas of the United States have at least 75 edible, wild vegetables available for picking through the year. Adding wild foods — especially greens — to the typical American diet can provide flavor, nutrition and variety.
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