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Re: [rawfood-196] Wild Edible Walk Sunday

From: Jason
Sent on: Wednesday, May 13, 2009 9:43 PM
Are we meeting here or at the river?

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From: Melissa <[address removed]>
To: [address removed]
Sent: Wed, 13 May[masked]:13 pm
Subject: [rawfood-196] Wild Edible Walk Sunday

Hello to my raw food friends!

I just wanted to let you know we are leading another wild edible walk on the south side this Sunday, May 17, at 11 am.

We will get to identify (and sample) delicious Black Locust Flowers!! These are an excellent raw foodists treat: they make a deliciously sweet snack as is, great addition to salads and smoothies, and put some in your water for a great pick-me-up! (You can find more information and pictures on our blog at

We'll also identify mulberry trees (the mulberries are on the trees, but not yet ripe...they'll be sweet and juicy in a few weeks, though!) and our other favorites: dandelion, mugwort, garlic mustard, etc. We'll also get to revisit the Japanese Knotweed and see if it's still small enough to eat.

Please join us if you can, we'd love to see you! If you have any questions you can call us at (412)[masked], or visit our website: The walk is $5, kids are welcome (and kids under age 10 are free.) We meet on the south side river trail, follow 18th street toward the river (it turns right at the river, and ends in a parking lot under a bridge.) We'll meet at the start of the upper biking trail.

Hope to see you there!

Love and light,
Melissa and Dave Sokulski

Melissa Sokulski
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