Have you been Foraging for Chicory? Many of you (at least in the Midwest) probably pass this very useful and medicinal plant daily through spring, summer and fall, trillions of times! Chichorium Intybus is a Perennial Herbaceous (a plant that doesn’t have a woody stem that consistently stays above ground when the plant dies off […]
Oregano (Origanum Vulgare) is in the Lamiaceae Family which also hosts many other plants such as Mint, Basil, Lavender, and sage. The flowers of the plant are purple, pink, red or white, There are multiple flowers which make up a big bundle on ONE main stem! Perhaps you have seen Origanum Vulgare and didn’t know […]
Foraging Wild Edibles For Beginners can be a bit overwhelming! I remember that feeling…… Walking into the woods SO excited to find something fit for your consumption; then looking around and not knowing the name of more than two plants. Before you get too involved in the collecting or harvesting of Wild Edibles it is […]
Have you ever been foraging for Red Clover? Red clover (Trifolium Pratense) is common across the states, normally you will find this plant in the middle of a sunny area (it can grow in the shade as well though)! Many people take this plant for granted, perhaps they think because farmers use this plant as […]
Ever looked outside and wondered just how much food is available for free? When you learn how to prepare foraged food you can find healthy and free foods almost anywhere. And often when you eat your weeds, they have more nutrition, and are available earlier in the year than traditional garden produce. Once you learn […]
Learn how to identify edible berries in your specific region.