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Harvest Free Food By Foraging Wild Fungi and Berries By Beth Eaglescliffe
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Wild-crafting and foraging are fun but should be done in a responsible manner. This e-book contains some good practice guidelines to follow when harvesting edible free food. They relate to the... More > sustainability of wildlife and to ensuring the gathered plants are not poisonous.< Less
Prehistoric Social Organization Before and After Agriculture: the lexically reconstructed story of Central Algonquian society, showing the transformation of a bilateral forager kindred into an agricultural patrilineal tribe in a resource rich natural envir By Paul Proulx
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The book presents a detailed account of the transformation in social organization that came with the adoption of subsistence agriculture by the foragers who lived in one resource rich area of the... More > planet (the Lower Great Lakes). The technique used is lexical reconstruction, correlated where possible with archaeological data. My research suggests that in simple societies whose politics are all kin based, the kinship terminology serves as an oral constitution, amendments to which involve new terms with pertinent etymologies. By carefully noting the etymologies of innovations, one can reconstruct prehistoric social change.< Less
Prehistoric Social Organization Before and After Agriculture: the lexically reconstructed story of Central Algonquian society, showing the transformation of a bilateral forager kindred into an agricultural patrilineal tribe in a resource rich natural envir By Paul Proulx
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The book presents a detailed account of the transformation in social organization that came with the adoption of subsistence agriculture by the foragers who lived in one resource rich area of the... More > planet (the Lower Great Lakes). The technique used is lexical reconstruction, correlated where possible with archaeological data. My research suggests that in simple societies whose politics are all kin based, the kinship terminology serves as an oral constitution, amendments to which involve new terms with pertinent etymologies. By carefully noting the etymologies of innovations, one can reconstruct prehistoric social change.< Less
Towards a Multi-Species Commons By SPURSE
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"Everything is part of an ecosystem. There is nothing that is not part of a system. The divide we make between the “natural” and the “artificial” (or... More > “cultural” -- e.g. human made) is not a divide between two actual discrete systems. Everything is entangled in many ecosystems that cross numerous scales." so begins SPURSE's Towards a Multi-Species Commons, a call not just to rethink the fundamental concepts of how we engage our world, but also a pragmatic guide for how one begins to do this via practices of foraging.< Less
My Calendar By Hella Delicious
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Some favorite wild herbs and edibles. Wild harvested in the pristine Catskills of New York.
Eatweeds Volume 2 By Robin Harford
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In this delightful second volume of the highly acclaimed Eatweeds Wild Food Recipe series, daily forager Robin Harford covers over 30 plants with simple, easy to prepare recipes you can create in... More > your kitchen. Each plant is beautifully illustrated with a old botanical wood block prints.< Less
Armageddon Cookbook and Doomsday Kitchen By Marcus Harrison
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Reference book and methodology guide for sourcing food and water in times of disaster or emergency. Hungry, thirsty, cold. Imagine a natural, catastrophic, disaster has occurred; that giant tsunami... More > or mega-meteor strike sometimes talked about. Supermarket shelves are bare, there is no water in the taps, no electricity to cook by or charge your mobile phone, and you may now own nothing more than the clothes you stand in. Infrastructure is virtually non-existent and no one is coming to assist you, since there are millions of other people prioritized for help by whatever government that still remains before they even begin to think about you. Welcome to a post-industrial Stone Age. The entire focus of this 147,000 word book is on the acquisition and storage of foraged food and water sources, raising small animals for food, details on cooking with fire and other food-water related topics, plus ‘alternative’ recipes that use every scrap of food.< Less
Embracing the Surplus and the Unwanted By Mary Dalton
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In this pocket sized book of all things wonderful, Mary Dalton explores how we might be more resourceful with our food, both as an individual and as a society. From growing herbs in builders' rubble... More > to hunting wild mushrooms at dawn, this collection of recipes and stories will make you think, smile and engage. Suitable for all those interested in unusual recipes and stories with an element of the wild about them.< Less
JAMPACKED By Alan Gill
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Jampacked gives basic techniques in how to take advantage of the natural glut of fruit and vegetables throughout summer and autumn by turning them in to jams, jellies and chutneys. It also says how... More > to pickle vegetables.< Less
Ferox By Chris Brausch
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New Zealand, a thousand years in the future, post-oil and post-iron. A mysterious group of bushmen fights to maintain its independence beyond the control of a tyrannical empire.