I love to find edible, wild mushrooms. Even more, I love to eat them. Stop by for a tasty way to cook up all those oyster mushrooms you find while foraging.
Foraging can be a fun way to add nutrients to your table – for free! Staghorn Sumac is super easy to identify and a cinch to harvest. And it’s just as simple to make a delicious beverage with it, also known as Indian Lemonade.
Learn which wild foods are most likely to have parasites and how to avoid them while you’re foraging.
With these 5 plants found in the wild you can supplement some of your fresh produce and make a nice salad, tea and other healthy dishes!
Just upstream from where I harvest ramps, I found a nice patch of watercress, a perennial green which grows wild in shallow areas of streams and has a wonderful peppery taste. It is especially tender in the spring, and can be used fresh in salads, or as an ingredient in soup. Here’s how I made […]
Did you know that your backyard can provide you with a lovely salad bar of sorts, free for the picking? A few weeks ago, we gathered dandelion greens from our homestead and used them to prepare a lovely wilted greens salad.