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Pursling is excellent too. The plant mau be eaten uncooked or cooked. Delicate taste.

Do you know of common yellow Woodsorrel (oxalis stricta)? It's my favorite wild edible. 

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Break area is complete with roof, two park benches, and a half-picnic table convertable to a bench.
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Poke or Pokeweed: Use the small young leaves as a cooked green in early spring. Boil in 3 changes of water or until the water remains clear (whichever is more.) The purple chemical in the berries and stem is medicinal in small amounts but poisonous if overdosed. Some of this can also be found in the leaves even though they are not purple. I will post a little about the medicinal properties later. I hope to feature a plant every week or two - with interaction. If it is popular I will add a YouTube video as well. First post will always be a pic via Instagram (thus little info.) Those automatically go to our company FaceBook page.
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Welcome! This is something new for me. I am trying to get as many people involved in dialog about Wilderness and Tactical Survival as I can. As I learn how this interface works, I will be posting periodically on the topics enumerated in the "About Community" menu item. However, if there is a topic of specific interest, please feel free to initiate a discussion. As always, you can attend one of our many courses offered at Fox Kits Wilderness & Tactical Survival School if you wish to learn with the counsel of an experienced military survival instructor. Please keep posts family friendly. Thank you.
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