Wild Plant Teas and Coffees of Missouri

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Missouri’s diverse landscape is home to many wild edible plants that were used in by the early Native Americans and European settlers to brew various teas and coffees. "Wild Plant Teas and Coffees of Missouri" is a practical guide acquainting you with a few of the wild plants of Missouri suitable for teas and coffees. You’ll find information on how to find the wild edible plants in and about Missouri and prepare them for brewing teas and coffees, including linden flower, wild strawberry and blackberry, chamomile, clover, mint, roasted chicory and dandelion roots, and roasted persimmon seed. "Wild Plant Teas and Coffees of Missouri" provides line drawings of 26 plants; botanical, folklore, and habitat descriptions, as well as harvesting, drying, and roasting; and general tea and coffee brewing information. "Wild Plant Teas and Coffees of Missouri" is a great addition to your book collection on wild edible plants!
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Mary El-Baz
September 30, 2011
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