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  1. South African Preppers
    Afternoon gents... I thought I would share a few photo's of my garden... I still have a long way to go, but it's a start... I have also posted photo's of a larger project I'm busy with, at a different location... :D:
  2. Farming, Gardening & Homesteading
    While researching fast growing edibles to plant in my yard, I came across the Moringa Oleifera (aka Horseradish or Drumstick Tree). Supposedly, it is drought resistant, pretty adaptable, almost completely edible, and has medicinal qualities. That makes it a great survival tree! Does anyone...
  3. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    A friend and I were contemplating whether common snails were the same as the kind of snails you would get at a french restaurant (escargot), when I started thinking about whether or not other things, like slugs, were edible. Then, I found this...
  4. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    i was wondering if the inner bark of all pine trees was edible. should they be boiled for a general rule of safety? also, needles of the any pine be brewed for tea? now for the other questions. answer if you know don't if you don't. are hawthorn berries edible raw? or do they need to be boiled...
  5. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    I would REALLY love to know what kind of edible plants/trees/shrubs/whatever we have in south MS or a good website to find out! If you list a plant/whatever, please post what it looks like and its color. also, if you know what kind of area(like low-lying wetland or drier areas, etc)please post...
  6. Wilderness Survival, Hiking and Camping Forum
    Hello fellow survivalists, Anyone on the forum eat insects for survival food? Not the sugar coated ones you find in lollypops, but, ones you catch and eat live or boil up in a soup and even fry them in olive oil or coconut oil. They also taste great in salads with avocado oil. Does anyone...
  7. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    If you turn to page 116 in your Edible Wild Plants: North American Field Guide book you will find a plant named Henbit. It is introduced all across north America & is widespread. Another hallmark is that the book says there are no poisonous look alikes. And this one is very distinctive - easy...
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