Find edible plants anywhere in North America!
Foraged delicacies have become the latest foodie obsession. Wild edibles collected by professional foragers are proliferating on the plates of top-tier restaurants because they offer novel and ultra-fresh sensations for the tongue, and they frequently taste more flavorful than farmed foods. For people seeking new food experiences and wanting to forage for themselves, Idiot's Guides: Foraging shows how to find wild edibles and when and how to harvest them. Includes over 30 tasty recipes that describe how to prepare these wild foods.
- Includes common plants all across North America.
- Covers positive plant identification.
- Multiple large, full-color photos identify each plant (including the mature plant, how it looks at various stages of growth, and how it looks at the right stage of growth for harvesting).
- Each entry gives facts on the plant's habitat, physical properties, which parts are edible, harvesting sustainability, preparation, storage, and poisonous look-alikes.
-More than 30 delicious recipes.
-Includes range maps and charts that list plants by habitat and by season.
by Mark Peters
by Marc Humphrey, Paul V. Pancella, Norah Berrah
by Domyo Sater Burk
by Denise Hazime
by Fred Yager, Jan Yager
by Debra Eldredge, Kate Eldredge
by David Williams
by Jody Pennette, Elizabeth Keyser
by Stephen Maple
by Ann Logue
by Joni E. Johnston
by Bud E. Smith, Paul Plotkin
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