|Statement||by Berndt Berglund and Clare E. Bolsby. Illustrated by E. B. Sanders.|
|Contributions||Bolsby, Clare E., joint author.|
|LC Classifications||TX823 .B46|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||188|
|LC Control Number||78162948|
This book describes habitat and distribution, physical characteristics, and edible parts of wild plants—the key elements of identification. Hugely important to the book are its color photos. There are over one hundred of them, further simplifying the identification of poisonous and edible plants/5(). Edible Wild Plants: A Pictorial Guide (paperback) A pictorial guide to 37 common wild edible plants found throughout the United States and Canada. One large image per plant. This full-color gloss publication, 4" X 6", is a handy pocketsize. Also includes the edible parts. Edible Wild Plants: Wild Foods From Dirt To Plate (The Wild Food Adventure Series, Book 1) Part of: The Wild Food Adventure Series (1 Books) | by John Kallas | out of 5 stars This book is both a guide to common North American wild edible plants, as well as a recipe book with ideas for what to do once you find the plants. It contains the following sections: shoots and leaves, roots, nuts and seeds, fruits, fruits, beverages, tobacco and sugar substitutes, wild /5(14).
The Illustrated Guide to Edible Wild Plants describes the physical characteristics, habitat and distribution, and edible parts of wild plants. With color photography throughout, this guide facilitates the identification of these plants. Originally intended for Army use, this book serves as /5(). Samuel Thayer is an internationally recognized authority on edible wild plants who has authored two award-winning books on the topic, Nature’s Garden and The Forager’s has taught foraging and field identification for more than two decades. Besides lecturing and writing, Samuel is an advocate for sustainable food systems who owns a diverse organic orchard and harvests wild Cited by: 7. The biggest problem with all wild edible food books is regionality. Guides on wild foods from the East Coast don't supply much information for the forager in the South West and vice-versa. This book is drawn from experience mostly based in the Adirondack mountain region of upper New York state/5(42). Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants 3 General Rules for Your Safety This book is a comprehensive catalog of wild plants, mushroom, and fruit that can be consumed safely in the wild. Wherever you’re stranded in the wilderness, and you consumed the last food you had, here are some information in case you’re feeling famished.
Edible wild berries and fruit are some of the most rewarding things to find when you’re out foraging wild edible plants. Unlike roots and greens, wild berries and fruits often don’t require preparation and cooking. That makes them very accessible for beginners and provide a sweet bit of instant gratification. The first fully-illustrated book to not only help readers cook with mushrooms, but also to help them forage for fungi in the wild, The Edible Mushroom Book is part field guide, part cookbook. Beginning in the kitchen, readers learn how to prepare wild fungi for cooking, then how to make sixty mouthwatering recipes from Scrambled Chanterelles to Baked Mushroom Polenta. This book probably deserves 5 stars. Anyone who has access to outdoor area(s) with weeds, knows botany or has the patience to bring this book during foraging expeditions, those who have an interest in eating wild greens, those especially interested in edible wild plants, for all the above, I consider this a 5 star book/5. Incredible Wild Edibles 36 plants that can change your life by Samuel Thayer $ super-strong sewn binding, pages, full color 6x9x inches, 2 pounds This book covers 36 of the best edible wild plants in North America: fruits, berries, nuts, shoots, leafy greens, root vegetables, culinary herbs, teas, and syrups that boast exceptional flavor and nutrition.