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Be sure to check out the biographies on my website of botanists, foragers and herbalists! http://www.ediblewildfood.com/biographies.aspx
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Have you checked out the latest plant on my website? Japanese knotweed! #knotweed #japaneseknotweed  
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Winters survival teas that taste great!
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New plant addition. Spiderwort was used in aboriginal medicine to treat #cancer . Also a laxative, and can be used to treat insect bites! 
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Always know that what you #forage  is safe!
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Evening primrose may give us amazing oil - it is a great source of food too!
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Young leaves before the flower opens are edible once cooked. Illegal to pick in Ontario as this is the provincial flower!
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helo Does anyone have any Lambs Quater seeds ?
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Indeed it is beautiful - although functional it is a shame we can't eat it!
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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!