Foraging

what is pine pollen good for

How To Use Pine Pollen?

Pine pollen can be used as an ingredient in baked goods or as a health supplement. It can be harvested in spring when the male pine tree catkins shed their bright yellow pollen. Some of the health claims made about pine pollen include increasing testosterone levels and anti-aging. This article will look at how to … Read more

how to identify a pawpaw tree

How To Find Pawpaw Trees?

The Pawpaw is the largest edible fruit native to North America. It is a taste sensation with tropical fruit flavors reminiscent of banana, papaya, mango, and pineapple. You may well wonder why it doesn’t appear on the shelves at your local grocery store; quite simply, its shelf life is too short, and the fruits bruise … Read more

Where do Elderberries Grow Naturally

How To Find Elderberry Bushes?

I have been a massive advocate of the humble elderberry for many years, never suffering from flu while taking it each winter. American elderberry grows easily in many parts of North America and Canada, while European elderberry is common across much of Europe. In this article, we will see how to find elderberry bushes and … Read more

Where do Wild Ramps Grow

How To Find Wild Ramps?

What can be better than a walk in the glorious spring sunshine while looking for a tasty treat. Wild ramps are a member of the Allium family along with garlic, onions, and leeks, and you may be lucky enough to discover some out in the woods during April and early May. These vivid green delights … Read more

can you take wild bird eggs to eat

Can You Eat Bird Eggs?

Eggs are highly nutritious so it would seem sensible to think about adding them to your list when foraging for food or eating in an emergency situation. There’s just one problem with eating wild bird eggs, however, and that’s the fact that many bird species are protected by federal law, and taking the eggs not … Read more

how to forage for food

How To Forage For Food: A Simple Guide

Humans have been hunter-gatherers since the dawn of time, with the natural world being our breadbasket. It is still perfectly possible to forage for food and provide many of the elements we need in a healthier form than found in a grocery store. In this article, I will talk about how to forage for food, … Read more

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