Edible Wild Food

Henbit Flower

The Edible Wild Foods website says; Wild edibles exist almost everywhere and are in abundance if you feel like foraging for them. Edible wild food has existed in almost every corner of our planet for tens of thousands of years. Edible weeds, flowers and wild herbs were foraged and used …

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Edible Flowers Chart

Edible Flowers picked in Linda's garden in July (lavender, thyme, dill, cilantro, day lily, squash blossom, Nasturtiums, chives, and basil).

The Edible Flowers Chart really helped me to know the flowers that are edible. I knew many but no where near all of these edible flowers. From the Edible Flowers Chart on the What’s Cooking America website: After falling out of favor for many years, cooking and garnishing with flowers is back …

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Kudzu Blossom Jelly Recipe

Kudzu flowers

We have so much Kudzu in this area it drives me nuts! It grows so fast it’s incredible. I started thinking of ways to use Kudzu so it wouldn’t spread so much. Boy did I find a bunch of things to do with Kudzu especially since everything except the seeds/seed …

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16 Dandelion Recipes from The Prairie Homestead

16 Ways to Eat Dandelions by Jill Winger at The Prairie Homestead

16 Dandelion Recipes from The Prairie Homestead by Jill Winger I too remember when Dandelions were the enemy in my Dad’s mind while he was trying to keep a ‘green’ lawn. As a matter of fact, we were allowed to pick all the yellow dandelions we wanted … especially if it was …

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