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Wild Edible and Useful Plants of Idaho By Ray Vizgirdas
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Field guide to the edible, medicinal, and useful plants of Idaho and surrounding states.
Edible Wild Plants and Mushrooms, Natures Suppermarket. By SG Nichols
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Edible Wild Plants and Mushrooms (Natures Supermarket) , is a basic, straight to the point guide of edible wild plants and mushrooms for backpackers, hikers, or anyone wanting to learn about edible... More > and poisonous wild plants, mushrooms, berries and nuts. Learn how to recognize edible wild plants, where to find them, their medicinal and nutritional uses. There's food and medicine growing all around us. Edible Wild Plants and Mushrooms (Natures Supermarket) has full color photos of each plant it is 95 pages.< Less
EDIBLE WILD PLANTS & MUSHROOMS - NATURES SUPERMARKET By SG Nichols
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Edible Wild Plants and Mushrooms (Natures Supermarket) , is a basic, straight to the point guide of edible wild plants and mushrooms for backpackers, hikers, or anyone wanting to learn about edible... More > and poisonous wild plants, mushrooms, berries and nuts. Learn how to recognize edible wild plants, where to find them, their medicinal and nutritional uses. There's food and medicine growing all around us. Edible Wild Plants and Mushrooms (Natures Supermarket) has full color photos of each plant it is 97 pages and Measures 6" x 9".< Less
Wild Plants of Rambynas By Ray Vizgirdas, Paul Vizgirdas
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A field guide to wild edible and useful plants found in the San Bernardino mountains, specifically in the Big Bear and Holcomb Valley area.
Wild Plant Teas and Coffees of Missouri By Mary El-Baz, Ph.D.
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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... More > 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!< Less
Wild Plant Teas and Coffees of Missouri By Mary El-Baz, Ph.D.
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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... More > 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!< Less
Quick Guide: Into the Wild By College Guide World
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In April 1992, McCandless hitchhiked to the Stampede Trail in Alaska. There, McCandless headed down the snow-covered trail to begin an odyssey with only 10 pounds of rice, a .22 caliber rifle,... More > several boxes of rifle rounds, a camera, and a small selection of reading material – including a field guide to the region's edible plants, Tana'ina Plantlore. His backpack was later found to contain his wallet, containing multiple forms of identification, his social security card, $300, and library cards.< Less
The Lord's Bounty: Forest Foraging On the Gulf Coast By Darin Wilde
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Everything you need to know about foraging and processing wild edible plants that can be found in forests of all the Gulf Coast States.
Wild Foods and Animals Coloring Book By Linda Runyon
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Get the kids involved. Get them learning about wild foods! This nice 24 page coloring book is amed at the younger children. Only the safest wild edible foods are represented, along with an animal... More > local to the plant's habitat. The 10 full page line drawings have been done by Linda Runyon herself, and are accompanied by simple descriptions of the plants, how they are used & their Latin names. A thumbnail sketch of the opposite page is used to label the plants & animals. The back cover can be cut up into flashcards so more identification games can be played! Lots of fun for the younger child. Saddle bound with heavy cover, 24 pages.< Less
Acorn-Hickory Nut Survival Manual By David Plaisted
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The annual crop of acorns in North America surpasses the combined yield of all other nuts, both wild and cultivated, so if you want to learn an edible wild food, acorns are an excellent choice. ... More > Hickory nuts and other edible wild plants are also tasty and nourishing additions to one’s diet. Not only can such foods be helpful in times of emergency or economic hardship, they are also free from some of the problems with much store bought food, such as pesticides, hormones, preservatives, genetic modification, and depletion of trace elements. This book features methods for storing, shelling, rinsing, boiling, and toasting acorns to obtain edible acorn meal, acorn powder, acorn oil, and other edible items from acorns with very little effort. Acorns have been a regular part of the author’s diet for several years. Methods for extracting nuts and milk from unshelled hickory nuts are also given in the book, as well as recipes for preparing salads, greens, salad dressings, soups, and bread from natural foods.< Less