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10 Wild Plants You Can Eat (via Survival at Home)

10 Wild Plants You Can Eat

10 Wild Plants You Can Eat (via Survival at Home)

10 Wild Plants You Can Eat (via Survival at Home)

10 Wild Plants You Can Eat

"chickweed’s stems, leaves, flowers and seeds are all edible" more plant info and a couple of recipes after link.

"chickweed’s stems, leaves, flowers and seeds are all edible" more plant info and a couple of recipes after link.

Edible plants- Kudzu: the leaves, stem tips, roots and blooms can be eaten raw, steamed or boiled. Kudzu looks very similar to poison ivy – be sure you know how to distinguish between the two plants!! Kudzu also produces beautiful, purple-colored, grape-smelling blossoms that make delicious jelly, candy, and syrup. Some people have even used these to make homemade wine.

10 Wild Plants You Can Eat

Edible plants- Kudzu: the leaves, stem tips, roots and blooms can be eaten raw, steamed or boiled. Kudzu looks very similar to poison ivy – be sure you know how to distinguish between the two plants!! Kudzu also produces beautiful, purple-colored, grape-smelling blossoms that make delicious jelly, candy, and syrup. Some people have even used these to make homemade wine.

Lambsquarter is one wildly misunderstood weed. Learn about all the nutritious and medicinal benefits of this plant from root to seed and get recipes for lambsquarter salad, quiche, soap, and more.

How to Use Lambsquarter from Root to Plant to Seed

Lambsquarter is one wildly misunderstood weed. Learn about all the nutritious and medicinal benefits of this plant from root to seed and get recipes for lambsquarter salad, quiche, soap, and more.

Foraging Wild Peppergrass for a Native Spice

Foraging Wild Peppergrass for a Native Spice

Wild Peppergrass for a Native Spice ... What's amazing to me is that even growing up in an urban area (Hartford, CT) when I was little I often put these plants in my mouth, as if I knew they were edible.

Yellow Rocket (Wintercress) Barbarea vulgaris | Wild Edible Weeds

Wild Edible Weeds

White clover: medicinal uses: cleanses blood, boils, sores, wounds, etc., heals disorders and diseases of the eye. A tea is used to treat coughs, colds, fevers and leucorrhea. A tincture of the leaves can be applied as an ointment for gout. A tea of the flowers used as an eyewash.

White clover: medicinal uses: cleanses blood, boils, sores, wounds, etc., heals disorders and diseases of the eye. A tea is used to treat coughs, colds, fevers and leucorrhea. A tincture of the leaves can be applied as an ointment for gout. A tea of the flowers used as an eyewash.

10 Wild Plants You Can Eat (via Survival at Home)

10 Wild Plants You Can Eat

10 Wild Plants You Can Eat (via Survival at Home)

Wintergreen - The berries, found in the fall, are edible. The leaves (found year round) are dried and made into a tea that tastes a bit like -- you got it -- wintergreen. Look in the woods for this one.

Wintergreen - The berries, found in the fall, are edible. The leaves (found year round) are dried and made into a tea that tastes a bit like -- you got it -- wintergreen. Look in the woods for this one.