A Field Guide To Edible Wild Plants
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A Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants of Eastern and Central North America Summary : An illustrated handbook describes the most common edible plants, their range, uses as food, and suggested methods of cooking.
📒Edible Wild Plants by Thomas S. Elias
Edible Wild Plants Summary : Presents a season-by-season guide to the identification, harvest, and preparation of more than two hundred common edible plants to be found in the wild.
📒Field Guide To Edible Wild Plants by Bradford Angier
Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants Summary : First-ever revision of a classic guidebook. Essential information on each plant's characteristics, distribution, and edibility as well as updated taxonomy and 18 new species. How to find, prepare, and eat plants growing in the wild.
📒Edible Wild Plants by John Kallas
Edible Wild Plants Summary : Edible wild plants have one or more parts that can be used for food if gathered at the appropriate stage of growth and properly prepared. Edible Wild Plants includes extensive information and recipes on plants from the four categories. Foundation greens: wild spinach, chickweed, mallow, purslane; tart greens: curlydock, sheep sorrel, wood sorrel; pungent greens: wild mustard, wintercress, garlic mustard,shepherd’s purse; and bitter greens: dandelion, cat’s ear, sow thistle, nipplewort. Dr. John Kallas has investigated and taught about edible wild plants since 1970. He founded WildFood Adventures (www.wildfoodadventures.com) in 1993 and is the publisher and editor of Wild FoodAdventurer. He lives in Portland, Oregon. The definitive work on growing, harvesting, and eating wild greens.
📒Field Guide To Medicinal Wild Plants by Bradford Angier
Field Guide to Medicinal Wild Plants Summary : First-ever revision of a classic guidebook. Information on each plant's characteristics, distribution, and medicinal qualities as well as updated taxonomy and 15 new species. How to identify and use wild plants for medicinal purposes.
📒Edible Wild Plants by Todd Telander
Edible Wild Plants Summary : Edible Wild Plants highlights ninety of the most common and sought-after edible plant species in North America. Detailed illustrations and descriptions make it easy to identify plants in your backyard and beyond. Organized by family for easy identification, this is the essential source when you’re out in the field.
📒Wild Edible Plants Of New England by Joan Richardson
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📒The New Edible Wild Plants Of Eastern North America by Merritt Lyndon Fernald
The New Edible Wild Plants of Eastern North America Summary : The New Edible Wild Plants of Eastern North America is an updated and revised edition of the book, Edible Wild Plants of Eastern North America, first published in 1943 by Merritt Fernald and Alfred Kinsey. This new edition updates the scientific names of plants, provides numerous maps showing each species' distribution in the eastern United States, and adds all new illustrations. Cautions are noted for a number of plants long considered safe to eat but which are now known to be dangerous.
📒Edible Wild Plants Of Eastern North America by Merritt Lyndon Fernald
Edible Wild Plants of Eastern North America Summary : Authoritative guide offers a detailed enumeration of 1,000 species of edible plants and ferns. How to locate, identify and use for soups, salads, desserts, seasonings, more. 129 figures. 25 plates. Bibliography.
📒The Complete Guide To Edible Wild Plants by Department of the Army
The Complete Guide to Edible Wild Plants Summary : Anyone who has spent serious time outdoors knows that in survival situations, wild plants are often the only sustenance available. The proper identification of these plants can mean the difference between survival and death. This book describes habitat and distribution, physical characteristics, and edible parts of wild plants—the key elements of identification. Hugely important to the book are its color photos. There are over one hundred of them, further simplifying the identification of poisonous and edible plants. No serious outdoors person should ever hit the trail without this book and the knowledge contained within it.