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Scurvygrass (Læge-Kokleare) is a common inhabitant of rocky shores almost all-year-round 🌱 It got its peculiar name because Sailors used to eat scurvy-grass when at sea to ward off the scurvy disease. Scurvygrass belongs to the mustard family, and has a similar taste to other cresses, but is more juicy and salty. scurvygrass wildplants foraging wildfood wildedibles newnordiccuisine localfood eattheseasons udinaturen vildmad gastro food greenfood cuisine cheflife foodinpiration


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Little cutie mushroom!! 💛💛💛 Lion's Mane Mushroom 😍 . . A culinary delight and a medicinal mushroom. 💛💛 Lion's Mane has a long history in Traditional Chinese Medicine. 💚💚 It is rich in bioactive compounds known to promote nerve growth. 💛💛 Modern research shows it holds great promise for the treatment of Alzheimer’s and Parkinson’s diseases. 💚💚 Lion's mane extract also appears beneficial in the treatment of anxiety and depression. 💛💛 Grow on hardwood trees, especially oak and beech. 💚💚 Lion's Mane is a toothed fungus. It forms long hanging teeth or spine-like structures. 💛💛 Also called Bearded Tooth and Hedgehog Fungus. . . . . . Lionsmanemushroom hericiumerinaceus forager foraging wildedibles


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Oh, you want to come home with me? I wasnt planning on collecting anything today, just out to admire. But, nature had other plans. The woods are good to me, and I'm grateful. I've not seen such a pretty collection of wildediblemushrooms chants chanterellemushroom chanterelles puffballs blacktrumpet blacktrumpets lionsmanemushroom lionsmane ediblemushroom foragedfood forage minnesotamushrooms mushroomsofminnesota lakemariastatepark mushroombeauty mycophile wildedibles wildfoods wildfoodlove


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Yogurt with Pawpaw + a dash of cinnamon=delish! We had this as a little morning dessert after our breakfast of sausage & scrambled quail eggs, with Ramps & Oysters...what a great way to start the day! wildfoodlove pawpaw pawpawfruit wildedibles wildfoodchef breakfast ediblemichiana


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chantrelles mushrooms wildedibles outside dinner tonight. Also got a bunch of puffball mushrooms.


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Spiderwort (Commelinaceae) is both food and medicine. Young leaves can be tossed into salads, or stir-fry. Older leaves can be used for soup, or steeped in tea. Flower stalks cook up like asparagus. The bright flowers can be tossed on top of a salad, eaten raw, candied, infused in honey or vinegars. The seeds are edible as well, I’ve read accounts that the Natives roasted them and ground them into a powder. You’ll find it in glades, prairies and many of your neighbors yards as landscaping. Bees love them, so they are excellent additions to your yard or garden! . Happy foraging friends! . . If you’re interested in taking your herbal knowledge to the next level. Visit sigma3_wildcrafting for details on herbal training! . . . wildcrafting wildcrafter foraging forager eattheweeds wildfoodlove wildfoods forestmedicine medicinalplants edibleplants mushrooms mycology plantmedicine wildedibles earthmedicine wildharvesting rewild wildcraft foragingforfood wildfood wildfoods plantmedicine wildplants edibleplants medicinalplants


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Last week I had yet another magical foraging experience! • • I got the pleasure of introducing fellow forager friend zeroacresfarmwnc to paw paws! We grew up right over the river from each other, me in Ohio, him in Kentucky and never met till we lived in North Carolina, later as neighbors. Like me, he didn't know a lot of the northern region's plants when he lived there. I lived there longer and got to know the magical edible native paw paw (Asimina triloba) as a forager. • • Whenever I get to introduce someone to a new forageable, and I know they will enjoy it in a sustainable way, I know I'm helping them to eat well and a new connection will be formed, encouraging them to protect those plants. • • • ethical sustainable wildfood rewild wildedibles wildfoodlove oh pawpaw wildernessculture getoutside hikeeveryday freefood


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Sea buckthorn berries are bright orange, delicious and super nutritious! They have an almost tropical flavor and are extremely high in Vitamin C 🍊 When they get really ripe and juicy, each berry is like bomb of vitamins and taste. Wonderful when made into soda or sorbet 🍧 wildfoodlove seabuckthorn hippophae ⠀ 📷: wildpicker


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This was my day; picking mushrooms in hawthorn and maple groves at a centuries-old farm with stone fences. My shop helper Donna, armed with her old machete, found a deer skull and four leg bones! She was so excited and exclaimed she could make bone runes now. She also talked to all the forest animals and apologized to any plant she crushed. I swear every time she talks I like her more! How was your Thursday? . banefolk wildforaging foraging wildedibles mushrooming mushroomhunting mushroomforaging puffballs honeymushrooms turkeytailmushroom


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Unknown Mycena (Mycena sp.). Too insubstantial to eat. The beauty of this cluster brought me to a stop. Did it stop you? If you're reading this, it must have. How can something so small, alien, and ephemeral exert such power? It's strange to think about. Maybe it has something to do with the pure whiteness of the mushrooms against the dark rotting wood - so white they seem to be glowing. Maybe it's the suggestion that their light is rising from darkness, though born by darkness. Or maybe it's neither. Either way, I've taken lessons from these encounters in the forest: first, that aesthetics is far more important and baffling than our age appreciates; and second, that nature provides the only true model of perfection, proven by its ability to generate and regenerate beauty in endless cycles, with endless variation. The German Romantics were right to celebrate this phenomenon as the single most important aspect of life and art. Shame they're so neglected today. Even in translation, you can tell Goethe spent hours hiking the woods around Weimar: the joy with which he wrote is an echo of the mood of those places, expansive and bright.


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Today was SO much fun kicking off our Fall homeschool foraging series. All about edible leaves & some late summer flowers. Can’t wait for next month’s class. My son thoroughly embraced being photographer & editor. foragingwithkids buddingforagers wildedibles leafart farminthewildwood ourbuddinglife


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The pawpaws that have already fallen on the ground or that become dislodged from the trees when I shake the trunk or the branches are at prime ripeness. Exhibiting that characteristic pale light green on the exterior but with a hint of yellow in the skin. Inside? The creamy pulp with that famous banana mango flavor. . . . . . pawpaw pawpaws foraging forager wildfood foodgasm wildfoodlove instagramfood fruiting foodofinstagram wildedibles outdoors vegan fruitarian asiminatriloba 76 hillbillymango foodgalore hoosierbanana foodgram fruitporn fruit annonaceae notpapaya fruitforaging


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Wild mushrooms on a wild edible foods tour,near Asheville, NC, with No Taste Like Home. notastelikehome wildedibleplants wildedibles foragingforfood earthavenecovillage wildmushrooms wildmushroomhunting


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Harvested these hops from my garden today. They will be made into gift bags for you guys. Every order placed in my sale tomorrow will receive a free herbal blend grown by me. Sale starts at 10 am PST. crystals crystalgirl crystalsforsale minerals mineralspecimen crystaltower hops herbalblend herbaltea foraging wildedibles witchcraft wicca wiccan castingspells hopflowers witchery herbalist forager wildmedicine medicinalplants crystalenergy crystalcollector crystalcollection mineralcollecting mineralcollector mineralcollection rainbowcrystal gardening homegrown


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Nearing that 100% homegrown meal - rainbow trout caught a mile from the farm, potatoes harvested from the garden, nettle from nearby land, grass-fed butter from the cows on the land. Only grocery store items are a bit of olive oil, spices and some lime. Closer and closer to the dream. foraging permaculture growyourown wildedibles organicfood healthfood nutrition wildcrafting agroforestry agroecology growyourown farming ediblelandscaping fishing


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Another day, another 100 honey mushrooms. These mushrooms often form fairy rings around trees. They have a light brown cap, white gills, white spores and they have a ring around the stem. One look a like deadly galerina has brown gills and a brown spore print. So make sure to check the gills and spore print to prevent misidentifying . To take a spore print, leave a mushroom cap on a dark sheet of paper for 2 to 24 hours. The spores will collect underneath the cap over time. . . Credit to: sonofa_bear . . honeymushrooms wildcrafting wildcraft bushcraft bushcrafting foraging forager eattheweeds wildfoodlove fungusamongus mycology mushroomhunting mushroomhunter mushroompicking mushroomsofinstagram wildfoods myherbalstudies blueridgeoutdoors asheville forageandharvest plantmedicine survivalskills wildedibles earthmedicine survival woodsman survival wildmushrooms rewild


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There is an absolute abundance of haw berries this year - it seems like every hedgerow, verge and woodland path is positively teeming with red jewels shining in the September sun. I’m lovingly collecting and freezing them ready to make a big batch of spicy haw ketchup, as well as making a hawthorn tincture. I am deeply in love with the hawthorn - she spoke to me last year and has captured my heart ever since - apt, as she makes such glorious medicine for the heart. . . . hawthorn haw hawberry hawthornberry hawthorntincture hawthornketchup blackberry foraging wildfood wildedibles foodforfree hedgerowmedicine hedgerowmagic plantmedicinewoman plantmedicine naturesmedicine heartmedicine plantspiritmedicine


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Ever walked through a field and caught the faint smell of mint? More than likely if you look closer you will find wild mint growing nearby. Wild mint is pretty easy to identify with its unique smell, square stems, leaf and flower whorl arrangments. This sweet herb is good eaten alone, on salads or in deserts. It is also excellent as a seasoning on meat particularly full flavored red meat such as venison, lamb or beef. It can be used as a rub for bbq or a pot herb in stews. This herb also dries well and can be stored and used in the same ways. Mint tea is a favorite and can be drank hot or cold. Personally I prefer fresh mint mixed with ice tea and a wedge of lemon over ice, darn good on a hot day. Also as a night cap around a fire a little mint in ginger ale with a splash of blended scotch brings the evening to a close nicely! wildernesspantry wildedibles woodsmanship eatfromtheearth bushcraft foodfromnature moreknowlessshow pnwlife eatfresh knowledgeweighsnothing dirtyhandscleanfood selfreliance trynewthings outdoors outdoorliving


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. Autumn is the season for foraging for wild mushrooms. And what a delicious røyksopp pasta dish! 😋 . . . . . mushrooms foraging wildmushrooms veganfood vegetarianrecipes forage nature mycology veieland mushroomhunting fungi fungus foragedfood tnsberglivet wildedibles wildfoodlove forager magicmushrooms plants norway_nature herbs slowfood healing flowers trees woods mycophile vegan bhfyp


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Hen of the woods is definitely in season! It’s more or less just starting in my area, but if we can get some rain over the next couple weeks it should only get better. The other day I picked about ten mushrooms, totaling 27 pounds (and it all went to a local restaurant). ⠀ One of my favorite mushrooms to eat, I think that when harvested at the right time, hens taste just as good or better than morels. They have a flavor and texture that shine in many dishes, but my favorite way to eat them is just sautéed in a little butter with some light seasoning. Just thinking about it makes my mouth water!! ⠀ Here’s what you need to know if you want to find this delicious mushroom yourself: Grifola frondosa, known most commonly as hen of the woods, or maitake in Japanese, is a polypore mushroom with many feather-like petals growing from one large base. The underside is white and has many tiny pores — holes that produce spores for reproduction. The top part is a brownish-greyish color. These mushrooms can sometimes reach weights over 20 pounds, so finding one is quite a score! ⠀ The mushroom grows at the base of distressed hardwood trees, most typically mature oaks (although sometimes maples or beech). In my experience, you want to seek out oak trees with dead limbs — the rougher looking the tree, the better. And once you find a tree that produces hens, chances are good that you can harvest from that tree every year if you time it right. ⠀ In addition to being a choice edible, grifola frondosa is also a valuable medicinal mushroom. It is anti-cancerous and full of antioxidants. Wow - A health food that actually tastes good! ⠀ Anyone who hasn’t eaten this yet should give it a try. And for beginning mushroom hunters, it’s very easy to identify. So get out there and pick some hen of the woods this fall! ⠀ maitake maitakemushrooms henofthewoods grifolafrondosa mushrooms mushroomhunting mushroomsofinstagram mushroomsociety wildmushrooms shrooms foraging foragingforfood wildedibles wildfoods fall fallmushrooms fungiphotography mushroomphotography mycology fungusamongus mushroomlove mycophile allthemushroomhashtags nature forest naturephotography


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Two hours of collecting some wild black cherries, choke cherries, and hawthorns. The plan is to head out to the Bush in two hours, cook up some wild meat over the fire, and de-seed these for blackwaterbushcraft and I's upcoming trip this November. They will go onto large trays of birch bark to sun dry over the next few days. bushcraft wildfoods wildedibles wildberries hawthorne cherries wildcanada harvest sustainable survival getoutside naturefreak outdoorlife pickyourown canadian muskoka forest wild primitive primitiveliving primitiveskills wildfood homesteadlife skog friluftsliv paleo


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Day 2 in the Tetons, as the fever in my head subsided, the fever in my heart grew. More trails! But a rainy day meant a relatively easy nine or so mile trek around Phelp’s lake, which included spotting a mama black bear and cub on two occasions. Also, watermelon berries/clasp leaf twisted stalk berries. billygoatwanders billygoathikes billygoatcountry phelpslake grandtetons grandtetonnationalpark exploreyourworld hikeeverything rainyday rainydayhikes waterviews lakeside natureneedsnofilter edibleberries wildedibles watermelonberries berrygood


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From the fen to the teapot....after a beautiful holiday we both have returned with colds. Luckily we had a super foraging adventure before we left so returned to some wonderful dried plants for a healing elixir 😍🙏


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Was walking the dog and thought, hey I can probably eat those acorns. Gathered some up, leaving enough for the 🐿 ofcourse. First you heat them up in the oven, and then crack them with a hammer to shell them. Collect the meat and boil it in multiple changes of water to remove the tannins. Tannins result in a bitter taste and digestive upset, so you have to remove these first. Then I roasted them up in the oven with a little salt. 🍽 Yum


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Wild asters and apples. Low hanging fruit. hedgerowfood wildedibles wildapples unameablevarietiesandadventures regenerativefarming asters


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i open her basket to a beautiful still life. my olive takes my breath away. amazingkid wildedibles ithakids


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Petite récolte d'automne noixwallnutnoisetteshazelnutmarrondindehorsechesnutpommedepinpineconefleurdelierreivyflowerglandsacornforagercueillettesauvage wildediblescynhorrodonrosehip J'adore les couleurs rouge vert et brun 💕 C'est une très belle fin d'été sauf que le manque d'eau se ressent sur la récolte de mûres sauvages... Patience... Patience En attendant la prochaine fournée de gelée de mûres j'ai fait une délicieuse compote de pêches de vigne généreusement offertes 💕💕


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There are so many mushrooms in the woods right now. Here is a lovely fruiting of puffball mushrooms. These are a common edible puffball found on a stump. Kind of marshmallowy in texture. . . . getoutside huntmushrooms wildedibles foraging woodlands wildmushrooms mushroomhunting outdoorfun wildwoods ediblemushrooms puffballs puffballmushroom mafahulifarm mycologysociety mushies naturalhealth mycology mushlove


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I was out early this morning inspecting the hydrangeas, and noticed a peculiar bright orange fungi hiding underneath one of the shrubs.. I’ve never seen anything like it before, so I took a couple pictures and jumped on the internet and unto a fungi database site as well as a mushroom identifier app. and discovered that it’s called Aleuria Aurantia (pers.) Fuckel or more simply orange peel fungus or orange cup fairy fungus. It is edible, but because it closely resembles an Otidea fungi which does produce harmful toxins, it’s recommended that you do not ingest it without proper identification of a professional. It does not have any flavor which is probably why this fungi was new to me. I searched for pictures of anyone using it in a dish and was only able to locate one where it was used as a garnish on top of a salad.. which I found strange because it’s so attractive and eye-catching, I thought I’d see it on fancy schmancy plating.. regardless, I’m glad I have one of these wild beauties growing on our little property, and as recommended I will leave it alone and allow this decomposer to enrich our soil. 🍄 fungi fungus orangepeelfungus orangecupfairyfungus aleuria aleuriaaurantia wildmushrooms cheflife cheflife cookingwithmushrooms orangemushrooms wildedibles edibles shrooms


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We had a fun evening out foraging together under the warmth of the late Summer sun.🌱🌼🍃🌅 Ok, so a lot of it we collected from my mum's front garden where we discovered the most amazing herb assortment. But also from walking around our local area exploring hedgerows and reading to each other from the herb book. From top left we've got: Nettles Blackberries Rosemary Oregano Mint Plantain An apple Lemon balm Rose pettles And chamomile. I've been reading my book on herbs and getting inspired to infuse our diet with more wild organic produce. There's so much around and lots we found but didn't pick such as elderberries and sage (we didn't get anymore sage as I already have lots). I used a blend of rosemary and oregano in my raw sauce this evening and Molly had a potato and leek soup I home made such fresh organic sage. It feels so beautiful to pick your own food. There's such a wonderful connection and appreciation of the earth and of the plants you get. It's beautiful. ♡ forageuk foraging wildedibles healing health vegan homeed nature naturelovers


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🌿Tricholomopsis rutilans - prickmusseron 🌿 (tillsammans med harsyra) En så galen fin svamp. Blir alltid glad när jag ser dem, trots att de är vanliga! . . . Tricholomopsisrutilans prickmusseron musseron mushrooms mushroomsociety mushroomhunting mycology wildfood foraging forager wildedibles svampplockning skog mushroomphotography allthemushroomhashtags natur naturelovers nature forest sweden fungi life swedishmoments outdoors svamp


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Wild medicine growing in my food forest. medicinalplants wildedibles foodforrest garden permaculture grow diygarden


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🦌 STAGHORN SUMAC! 🦌 . . ✨ This year is the first time I’ve found and tried these beautiful horns of plenty! For ages, I just couldn’t really work out where I might find them, or what exactly they were for? They aren’t native, they were bought here from Eastern North America. But last week, as we were driving through a sleepy English village, I saw a few lining the road. ✨ . . 🌳 It’s an easy tree to ID, look out for the long, thin, drooping leaves and the huge red, fluffy horns. There is a ‘poison sumac’ but it doesn’t have the red horns, instead it has white berries, so if it’s the berries you’re hunting, no worries! 🌳 . . ⭐️ Stopping my car in the middle of the road, I ran over to break off a few fluffy, magnificent horns. I was overcome with excitement and licked one of the huge red horns in broad daylight. 🤭🤣 ⭐️ . . 🍋 It was delicious! Citrussy and tangy and superb! You can buy it as a spice rub in shops, but I wanted to wait until I found some to try it. The fluffy heads are actually made of lots of tiny berries which can be dried then ground. In the Middle East sumac is used as a garnish for salads and soups, andis often blended into hummus to add some tang and colour! 🍋 . . 🥂 You can also make a tea by pouring hot water over the fresh horns, or make the most of that citrussy flavour with a recipe called ‘hillbilly lemonade’! I think I’m going to try this out with a few fresh blossoms! 🥂 . . 🌙 Have you ever found, or bought sumac from the shop? What did you use it for? Half of my berries are currently drying and I’d love some inspiration! 🌙


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EHRENmann‼😘 Ich mag ihn sehr. kayayanar Roh macht froh! 🍅🍒🍉Rohkost frischkost rawfood veganfortheanimals veganforhealth 🥝🥑🍒🍓🥑🍈🌶🍌🌽🥕rawvegangoddessofgermany wildpflanzen von muddiNatur wildedibles from mumNature noneedforsupplements


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Drumming. I mean giant puffball mushroom-ing? 🍄 wildedibles


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Yellow Sweet Clover (Melilotus officinalis)- thank you so much to masato2196 and 66squarefeet for the beautiful pictures of Yellow Sweet Clover! According to author and gardener/forage 66squarefeet who kindly offered to let me feature the first picture, “Today’s handful is Yellow Sweet Clover. I am still hoping for white sweet clover (Melilotus albus)- maybe later today. Both plants leave your hands smelling like honey and vanilla after you have been picking them. The dried flowers last for months in sealed spice jars and their flavor becomes stronger when exposed to heat.” In her book Forage, Harvest, Feast, she includes a recipe with scallops, cattail, and Yellow Sweet Clover. A few cautions: Yellow Sweet Clover contains the blood thinning compound Coumarin, so people already taking blood thinners shouldn’t use it. Also, the coumarin can convert to a toxic compound if the plant is moldy, fermented, or wilted, so it should only be used as a wild edible or herb when completely fresh or thoroughly dried. This member of the Pea family (Fabaceae) is native to Eurasia, but was introduced to the US, where it is used as a forage crop, cover crop (adding nitrogen to the soil), and as a major source of nectar for domestic honeybees. melilotusofficinalis melilotus yellowsweetclover yellowsweetcloverflowers wildedibles wildedible wildedibleplants plantsofvirginia virginiaplants virginiaflora floraofvirginia plantsofnorthamerica flowersofnorthamerica


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We checked one of our spots in our food forest & found Oysters galore! Lilly selected the largest to cut & take in all by herself & left the smallest to check again tomorrow. Love seeing our little lady finding such joy in foraging our food herself. foraged forager wildedibles wildediblemushrooms oystermushrooms mushlove foodforest wildschooling ediblemichiana


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A little over an hour of foraging later. Some pawpaws and chicken of the woods. Not a bad combination at all. ——————- . . . . . pawpaw pawpaws notpapaya asiminatriloba wildedibles 888 wildfood wildfoodlove foodgasm foodofinstagram foraging 3206 chickenofthewoods mushrooms laetiporussulphureus fungilove allthemushroomhashtags fungi mushroomofinstagram chicken fruitporn mycology mycophile fruit wildfruit


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I picked a bunch of autumn olive berries yesterday! Their consistency is similar to pomegranate. And they kind of have a sweet and tart taste. They're great for fruit leather, eating straight, or jellies. I have about six of these bushes of different sizes throughout my yard, and I only really just started eating them this year. Thank you to jakerennertho , for encouraging me to get into these. foraging autumnolive delicious berries


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Damsons everywhere! There is so much hedgerow fruit about now, it could be an especially good year but then this time of year is always heaving with foragable produce. My advice freeze it and think about what to do with it later. Freezing actually helps break down the fruit so you get the most out of it when steeping in Gin or making wine. Gather, gather there's so much choice but make sure you save plenty for those creatures who rely on bounty to survive the winter ❄️🐿️


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Elegant forest picnics are never a bad idea. ⁠ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁠ Our Wild Salal Berry and Spruce Tip Spread at jazspirits's post-harvest picnic.⁠ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁠ Photographed by queenlambda lambdalion⁠.⁠ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁠ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁠ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁠ .⁠ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁠ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁠ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁠ .⁠ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁠ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁠ ⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⠀⁠ canopyandunderstory jazspirits lambdalion salalberry salalberries salal ediblewildplants foraged forage forageandharvest foragedfood foragebyfolk wildfoodlove wildplants plantbasedfood pnw pnwonderland pnwfood sprucetips wildingredients foodforestplantbased foraging wildfood eatwild wildedibles wildforaging salmonnation traveloregon


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weedwisdom . Portulaca oleracea | common purslane, also known as verdolaga, red root, or pursley is an annual succulent in the family Portulacaceae. . . Purslane may be eaten as a leaf vegetable. William Cobbett noted that it was "eaten by Frenchmen and pigs when they can get nothing else. It has a slightly sour and salty taste and is eaten throughout much of Europe, the Middle East, Asia, and Mexico. The stems, leaves and flower buds are all edible. Purslane may be used fresh as a salad, stir-fried, or cooked as spinach is, and because of its mucilaginous quality it also is suitable for soups and stews. . . . . purslane wildedibles panc suculentas ervasdaninhas foraging wildplants plantsofinstagram foraging


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A wild, late summer California coastal revelry of a meal: California White Seabass with Huckleberry-Sumac-Sherry Sauce, Golden Chanterelles, Cauliflower Rice and Sautéed Baby Power Greens in extra Virgin Olive Oil (EVOO). Such a gorgeous catch too, hand-operates fishing pole-caught fish, from just off the Monterey Bay by ocean2table. Livity and vibration in these ingredients makes a happy chef and a happy bellies! liberationsupperclub liberationchef liberation wildfoods wildcalifornia wildedibles wildberfies huckleberries wildseabass wildmishrooms chanterelles fungi mycology culinarymushrooms ketochef paleochef paleo keto grainfree glutenfree gf


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Pawpaw leaves. They’re big, wide, and tropical in appearance. Makes you wonder, “What are leaves like these doing in a place like this?” —————— . . . . . pawpaw pawpaws foraging wildedibles wildfood 6098 asiminatriloba hillbillymango foodofinstagram foodgasm foliage leaves woods 12 forest wandering green outdoorlife mothernature


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Laetiporus sulphureus more commonly known as Sulphur Shelf, aka Chicken of the Woods. wildedibles fungus fungusamongus wildmushroom laetiporussulphureus laetiporus sulphurshelf chickenofthewoods asseeninthe614 westervilleohio sharonwoodsmetropark


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Pawpaw, an incredibly tasty fruit native to PA pawpaw wildedibles needmore


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So we got some chickens this year... Chicken of the woods that is! Here is our cooler when we got it all cut off the log to bring it home and prepare it for dinner and storage. How do you like your chickens? ourjourneynaturals ourjourneyfarm chickenofthewoods naturesbeauty naturesbounty wildedibles ediblemushrooms sulfurshelf fascinatingnature naturepics foraging wildmushrooms


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Drying honeymushrooms the old-fashioned way. It's been terribly humid here in Central Wisconsin, so they're strung up indoors, lest they take an eternity to dry! I'll jar them and save them for soups and stews this winter. dehydratedfood ediblemushrooms wildedibles foragedfood


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"Vi dico che questa fioritura dell’età matura è più potente e appassionata degli inquieti e fuggitivi addobbi della giovane primavera. C’è in essa la ragionevolezza e la coerenza dell’adulto [...]. Che cos’è mai, una foglia cadente su questa ricca fioritura autunnale? Ma non vedete che la stanchezza non esiste?" cit. Karel Capek, L'anno del Giardiniere, 1929. Nuovo articolo sul blog, con una ricetta 100% vegetale, cruda e un po' selvatica, omaggio ai fiori di settembre, da quelli manifesti ai più insospettabili. La ricetta degli involtini di zucchine, fichi e noci con petali di topinambur e foglie di tarassaco la trovate incollando questo link nel vostro browser: https://granosalis.org/involtini-di-fichi-e-zucchine-con-petali-di-topinambur-e-foglie-di-tarassaco/ o seguendo quello ora in bio. . . . erbeselvatiche fiorieduli edibleflowers wildherbs erbespontaneecommestibili wildedibles foraging erbespontanee fichi settembre topinambur vegan vegetariano vegetarian rawfood crudo plantbased granosalisblog nofilter cucinanaturale cibovivo


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