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April 29, 2012 - 39 went

Edible wild plants demonstration

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Added by Ian B.
on May 6, 2012.
 

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  • Erica

    That's me holding up a specimen of the highly invasive garlic mustard. All parts of it are edible (leaves are good for pesto, roots ground as "horseradish." Seeds are a seasoning, but make sure not to drop any anywhere!)

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  • Ian B.

    I remember this woman always texting. I wanted to try to make it an internet meme, I ended up just taking those out though.

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