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Northern California Bushcraft Series – Wild Edibles, Curly Dock.

Northern California Bushcraft Series – Wild Edibles, Curly Dock.

Continuing my Northern California Bushcraft series, we’re going to talk about a common wild edible – curly dock. This plant is found throughout most of the United States, with several variations being found in different regions. They are all edible, however the quality of taste varies from one to the next. Curly Dock is found… Continue Reading

Foraging Wild Edibles Books, My Top Picks

I’ve been rather frustrated with finding really good quality foraging books, wild edibles books, or wild harvesting books. I thought I would do a review of my top two favorites, [amazon_link id=”0976626608″ target=”_blank” locale=”US” ]The Forager’s Harvest [/amazon_link]and [amazon_link id=”0976626616″ target=”_blank” locale=”US” ]Nature’s Garden[/amazon_link], both by Samuel Thayer. If you’re interested in foraging and harvesting… Continue Reading