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Midwest foraging : 115 wild and flavorful edibles from burdock to wild peach

Author: Lisa M Rose, (Herbalist)
Publisher: Portland, Oregon : Timber Press, 2015.
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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From fields to woodlands, riverbeds, and lakesides -- and even in our own neighborhoods -- the beautiful Midwest is rich in delicious wild edibles. Herbalist, forager, and urban farmer Lisa M. Rose helps you find peppery watercress and delectable nettles in the spring and nutritious burdock roots in the fall. Savor the delicate snow-pea flavor of rampant kudzu greens in the southern part of the region, or, in  Read more...
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Genre/Form: Field guides
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Document Type: Book
All Authors / Contributors: Lisa M Rose, (Herbalist)
ISBN: 9781604695311 1604695315
OCLC Number: 896954081
Description: 318 pages : color illustrations ; 23 cm
Contents: Preface: Cultivating a sense of place --
Introduction: Foraging basics --
Foraging the finest of the season: A harvesting guide --
Wild edible plants of the Midwest: Amaranth ; American beech ; Angelica ; Asparagus ; Aspen ; Autumn olive ; Basswood ; Blackberry ; Black cherry ; Black locust ; Black walnut ; Blueberry ; Burdock ; Catnip ; Cattail ; Chaga ; Chestnut ; Chickweed ; Chicory ; Cleavers ; Cow parsnip ; Crabapple ; Cranberry ; Currant ; Dandelion ; Daylily ; Dock ; Elder ; Field garlic ; Garlic mustard ; Ginkgo ; Goldenrod ; Greenbrier ; Groundcherry ; Ground ivy ; Groundnut ; Hawthorn ; Hazelnut ; Hibiscus ; Hickory ; Honeysuckle ; Horsetail ; Huckleberry ; Hyssop ; Japanese knotweed ; Jewelweed ; Juniper ; Kousa dogwood ; Kudzu ; Lamb's quarters ; Lemon balm ; Lilac ; Mallow ; Milkweed ; Monarda ; Motherwort ; Mulberry ; Nettle ; Oak ; Ostrich fern ; Ox-eye daisy ; Pawpaw ; Pennycress ; Peppermint ; Pineapple weed ; Plantain ; Poke ; Prickly pear ; Purslane ; Raspberry ; Redbud ; Red clover ; Rose ; Salsify ; Sassafras ; Serviceberry ; Solomon's seal ; Spearmint ; Spicebush ; Spotted bee balm ; Spring beauty ; Spruce ; Sugar maple ; Sumac ; Sunchoke ; Sweet clover ; Sweet pea ; Thimbleberry ; Trout lily ; Tulip tree ; Violet ; Watercress ; White clover ; White lettuce ; White pine ; Wild carrot ; Wild ginger ; Wild grape ; Wild leek ; Wild lettuce ; Wild onion ; Wild peach ; Wild pear ; Wild plum ; Wild rice ; Wild sarsaparilla ; Wild strawberry ; Wintergreen ; Wood sorrel ; Wormwood ; Yarrow ; Yellow birch.
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From fields to woodlands, riverbeds, and lakesides -- and even in our own neighborhoods -- the beautiful Midwest is rich in delicious wild edibles. Herbalist, forager, and urban farmer Lisa M. Rose helps you find peppery watercress and delectable nettles in the spring and nutritious burdock roots in the fall. Savor the delicate snow-pea flavor of rampant kudzu greens in the southern part of the region, or, in cool-running northern marsh waters, gather nutty wild rice for a foraged feast. With this savvy guide, you'll learn what to look for, when and where to look, and how to gather in a responsible way.

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