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Virtually impossible to find in your local grocery store, lamb's quarters are a summer treat you can actually forage for yourself almost anywhere else. Once you know what to look for (there are several non-edible lamb's quarters look-alikes), you'll probably even find this hearty green weed springing up right in your backyard!

Virtually impossible to find in your local grocery store, lamb's quarters are a…

Uses for Dried Elderflowers | homemadeforelle.com

Uses for Dried Elderflowers

Uses for Dried Elderflowers. Various different ways to use dried elderflowers, from making your own elderflower cordial to making an elderflower lotion.

Welcome to Wild Things in November.  If you are new to our foraging recipe challenge, check out the full explanation here .  The long and s...

Foraging: Acorns Seriously, I've got to do this with the kids. Make up some pasta using the acorn flour, forage some greens, and shake up some butter from some local cream.

Redbud's signature flowers are more than mere eye candy. They are edible and taste like lemony green beans. From MOTHER EARTH NEWS magazine

Foraging for Redbud's Flavorful Flowers - Real Food

How to Find, Identify, and Harvest Redbud Flowers. Also has recipe for pickled redbud blowers.

Growing and Processing Black Walnuts

Tom Clothier's Garden Walk and Talk, How to grow black walnut trees, harvest the nuts, and extract the nutmeats, the easy way.

Elderberries (and elderflowers) are a wonderful edible and medicinal plant, plus they're easy to forage for! #MedicinalPlants

Elderberries (and elderflowers) are a wonderful edible and medicinal plant, plus they're easy to forage for! #MedicinalPlants

Black walnut syrup from tree sap! We have a whole grove of 'em! Who knew?

How to Tap Black Walnut Trees for Syrup

Tapping black walnut trees to make syrup - yes! Sweet and nutty, black walnut syrup is a fresh alternative to maple syrup.

How to Process Acorns,  Persimmons, Hickory Nuts and Black Walnuts for Healthy living

Processing Common Tree Foods: Acorns, Black Walnuts, Hickory Nuts, Persimmons

Early Autumn is a great time to forage in the eastern US. The greater Appalachian region (a huge area) is rich in wild foods. Among the most abundant wild foods .

How to make and enjoy catnip tea! Learn about traditional uses for the herb.

Catnip tea is a wonderful, medicinal, and healthful herbal brew to keep in your pantry.

How to Harvest Spruce Tips with Recipes for Using Spruce Tips (candied spruce tips)

Mediterranean Cooking in Alaska: How to Harvest Spruce Tips with Recipes for Using Spruce Tips (or Pine Tips or Fir Tips)

Foraged Flavor: Finding Fabulous Ingredients in Your Backyard or Farmer’s Market

Fascinating Foraging

Post on Foraging Wild Greens Photo: Clockwise from top: garlic mustard, wild…

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