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Dandelion leaves are incredible for our health. If you can't get out to harvest then this is your next best thing - buying them from a trusted source.... http://edge.affiliateshop.com/public/AIDLink?AID=137952&Redirect=/products/dandelion-leaf/profile
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No need for supplements when you have fresh, free vitamins all around you! http://www.ediblewildfood.com/blog/2012/10/herbal-teas-with-vitamin-c/
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Great post! Love herbal teas!
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Don't have a backyard to collect wild food? If you have a balcony then you can container garden  some wild goodies! Bagged earth comes with seeds but you never know what will grow!
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Love seeing fresh spring growth! http://www.ediblewildfood.com/st-johns-wort.aspx
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Leaves can be battered and baked or deep fried and served with honey or maple syrup. If you have a cough making a tea with the leaves can help. http://www.ediblewildfood.com/mullein.aspx
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The roots can still be harvested this time of year if the flowers are still on the plant - - and the roots make a nourishing tea that helps keep your fibre levels up and your urinary tract system healthy! http://www.ediblewildfood.com/goldenrod.aspx
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Young shoots taste great - somewhat lemony. Makes incredible dressing/dip! http://www.ediblewildfood.com/Japanese-knotweed-dressing-and-dip.aspx
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Learning how to identify spring wild edibles is a year long journey. When you follow how a plant looks in the winter this is the best clue you'll have to identifying it in spring. If you see a dead stem and seed head of a plant, if need be remove dead leaves to see what is growing right at the base. More information about dame's rocket (also known as lady's rocket, sweet rocket, or wild phlox) please visit: http://www.ediblewildfood.com/sweet-rocket.aspx
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July 10, #Lifestock is the event to attend! Well worth the drive to Hastings! I am proud to be a part of this! http://lifestock.ca/guests/karen-stehpenson/
Karen is a professional writer, researcher, author, certified Master Naturalist, and she is a wild food educator. She has lectured for schools, a multitude of community groups, and is a sought after speaker for many notable events including the International Herbal Association and for Ontario Nature’s Foraging Week in Thunder Bay. She is an active …
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Wild bee balm is quite fragrant and makes a great tasting cup of tea. http://www.ediblewildfood.com/wild-bee-balm.aspx
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Late autumn harvesting has been great this year!
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Edible Wild Food: Edible Weeds, Wild Food Recipes and Foraging
Introduction
Edible wild food is all around us: edible weeds and wild edibles are out there to be foraged. Nutrition levels in many wild edibles are higher than grocery store produce!

Learn how to identify edible plants, and also learn about wild food recipes that are tasty and nutritious!