This wild edible is a favorite among foragers. It’s luxurious texture and ability to take flavors make is a suitable replacement for seafood.
Sixty species of Juniper are known worldwide and they are hardy to a zone 3. That means your chances of seeing one in your homesteading adventures is pretty good. What would you do with one? Some species have edible fruit, and various other parts of the tree can be harvested for other needs. Here is […]
The best resource to the new forager is hands-down an expert from the area who goes with you to tell you what’s safe, what’s not, and how to prepare your loot. Few of us have this resource. For the rest of us, it can be intimidating to know where to start. Here are my three […]
Foraging has become quite trendy in the last few years. It can be a little overwhelming to see the gourmet meals made from wild woods, the techniques and beauty are sometimes so much more than the usual home cook can pull off, but it’s made even more intimidating when trying to learn how to identify […]
I’m a New England girl. I live right on the Maine/New Hampshire line, just a hop, skip, and a jump from Vermont, the syrup capital of the world. Tree tapping and syrup making are in my blood. Okay, so I haven’t really done it, other than to supervise when I was little, but it’s something […]