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Join me virtually for my most recent Forage to Feasts wild adventures from July 24th . I have hosted these memorable events since 2007. Each
Burs & Thistles, Curses & Blessings A study of Arctium lappa….common Burdock “I passed by the field of the sluggard and by the vineyard of
I had been busy, too busy to choose a plant to teach on for my Befriending Plants class. There are so many plants that I treasure
Welcome Wild Foodies I am here to help you ride Nature’s Wave and learn about the free groceries in The Creator’s wild pantry. I love
Tree eating is growing on me. Last year, I developed an appreciation for a variety of edible tree buds, leaves, fruits, nuts and even saps,
Last week, I had the privilege of meeting the Queen of wild foods and my mentor, Linda Runyon.
Why Eat Wild Foods? Nature was the original supermarket. Ever wonder what the pioneers ate while transversing the Oregon Trail? There were indeed supermarkets waiting
I like challenging myself to prepare wild foods for my lunches. Unknowingly, my family eats wild all the time, though it is a hidden art
Tuesday afternoon I went shopping for some last minute wild ingredients for my wild food feast. As I circumnavigated the pasture followed by my collies,
Saturday I took my lovin husband, Jason, to the Cattail swamp. It was his first visit. Being an artist, he relished the scenery: the bubbling
Evening Primrose is a magnificent gift from God. The whole plant is edible and medicinal. This is one of those prime examples of “Letting food
It occurred to me today as I was cleaning out my refrigerators (I have two of them), that they are filled with rather odd contents.
The below monologue is not about an edible plant, though it does resemble spaghetti, it isn’t even about a plant that I like. I have
Milkweed is one of my favorite green gifts. I love it’s early Spring shoots, young leaves, the milky latex sap that makes the whole process
What a joy it is to teach children about wild food. I like to think of it as spreading the Wild Fire! This past week,