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  1. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    Flour From Common Grass Seeds (See full blog post with pictures here) Some of you may know, that all grass seed is edible. Some may be bitter and require leaching in water over night and there are many that barely have the calories to justify the caloric expenditure of processing. Still...
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    Foraging for wild edibles; Cattail / Typha (See full blog post with pictures here) Cattails are easily recognized by there brown cigar like shapes on the flower spike. They are one of the most useful plants out there as they can be used for food, building materials, insulation and tinder...
  3. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    Acorns Part One; Processing (See the full blog posts with pictures here Part 1, https://talesfromthewaste.blogspot.com/2018/09/acorns-part-two-cooking-with-acorns.html) Acorns are the seeds of the oak tree and they can be found all around the world. During most of fall the ground will be...
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    Purple Dead Nettle Lamium Purpureum (See full blog post with pictures here.) Purple dead nettle is not actually a nettle, but rather a member of the mint family. The plant contains vitamin C, iron, fiber and other minerals and can be found growing in large colonies through much of the U.S...
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    Dandelion Taraxacum (Full blog post with pictures here) The dandelion is originally from Eurasia, but has been brought with and cultivated in just about every area that humans have been to as a staple food and medicine. The rather bitter, even in it's best stages of growth the plant is...
  6. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    Opuntia/Prickly Pear (See the full post with pictures here) The prickly pear cactus or Opuntia is an abundant food source, especially in the American Southwest and Mexico. Though it's tolerance for cold means you can find it all the way up to the western parts of Canada. It also can be...
  7. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    This is the 6th episode of 'Tales From The Wasteland' in it we cover Miner's Lettuce. It's official name is Claytonia perfoliata, but it's sometimes called indian lettuce or winter purslane. It got it's name from miners during the California gold rush who ate it to prevent scurvy. This is a...
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    its a camping trip / b.o.b.= bug out bag test you and your stuff. for those who have been on the last 5 its in the same place. pm me if you have ANY questions or want more info.:thumb:oh fyi one of my friends is only sleeping in her shelter not even bringing a tent. im bringing one for sure:D:
  9. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    This Wild Edible Weed of The Week is Goosefoot! It really is a plant, not part of a goose, and it is delicious! Carol took some great photos of it for you, and I did a tiny little write up - you can read it here: http://www.nativeeyes.com/lambs-quarters-goose-foot/ If you are in SW...
  10. Edible & Non-Edible Plants
    Technically I know Sumac isn't a weed. But it's taken a bad rap over the years, like most weeds. If you enjoy Pink Lemonade, this one's for you! Go check it out now, and you could have some great Indian Lemonade made for this evening. Mr Twenty Twenty Staghorn Sumac
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