Foraging can be an intimidating thing to start. The perception seems to be that you can only go out gathering wild food if you are already an expert! My teacher heart wants to tell you, though, that if you only try to do something once you feel like you know “it all,” you’ll never […]
A how to guide for canning salmon with no extra work. We used this method to can 44 pints of salmon and have been enjoying eating it all winter long. This canned salmon is even our daughter Bellamy’s favorite food!
Lately, I’ve discovered that you can eat a lot of flowers, so I’ve been making lemonade with them. So come over and learn how to make your own lilac lemonade!
We know that dark, leafy greens are good for you, but it’s sometimes expensive to buy organic at the store…but wait! FREE greens are available to you all spring and summer for the price of a few minutes of foraging in the sun. Wild Spinach is a satisfying and delectable alternative to conventional spinach, and […]
Ramps are probably one of the best known and most beloved wild foods. There appearance on the landscape draws people to the woods to forage after a long winter. Unfortunately ramps are in trouble. Over harvesting is depleting ramps numbers. Learn more about what you can do to protect the delicious ramp for future generations […]
This quick, easy, and healthy egg drop soup recipe will help you use all those delicious homegrown eggs and satisfy your Chinese takeout craving. It tastes just like your favorite egg drop soup except this version is healthy and vegetarian. Plus you can incorporate some foraged wild onions if you’re so inclined.