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Ever eat a pine tree? There's an app for that.

Food foraging expert Steven Brill offers Android and iOS apps for identifying edible wild plants, and also for identifying poisonous plants.

The app, called WildEdibles, comes in a "lite" version for a buck and food-type specific versions for two or three dollars. The full version is $7.99.

http://www.wildmanstevebrill.com/Books.Folder/App%20Folder/App.html
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As in, take a picture of a plant and it identifies it? If so, that would be awesome.
 
Euell Gibbons would have been proud.
 
Its good to see useful info like this being pushed to the masses. I just wish +Steve Brill was a bit more active on G+. Does anyone have a good foraging circle they have built up?
 
I've intentionally drank melted snow that had pine needles in it. . .closest i got though
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