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  • Foraging for Wild Edibles

    The Skillful Forager by Leda Meredith Essential Techniques for Responsible Foraging and Making the Most of Your Wild Edibles Having gone out to collect wild edibles a few times from the surrounding countryside with women from the village I was interested to see if any of the same wild things grow locally as the author highlighted in this book AND yes, many are found in both locations. We have sumac trees, amaranth, lambs ears, chicory, dandelion greens, wild garlic and many more out there for the picking...though it is much more fun to go with someone that knows what they are doing. This book provides useful information from where to collect, safety, laws, feral vs wild, sustainability, tools, parts to eat (and avoid), preparation, use, storage and more while being filled with gorgeous illustrations to assist the novice. There are seasonal lists of plants to look for and where to find them. Chapters are divided up into: tree leaves; roots, tubers, rhozomes & bulbs; shoots & stalks; flower; fruit; seeds, nuts & pods; bark & twigs; sap; mushrooms; seaaweed; and ends with making the most of what you collect including universal recipes, flour. Pickling, making soda and wine. I would love to have this book in my library. Thank you to NetGalley and Roost Books for the ARC – This is my honest review. 5 Stars

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