A relative of buckwheat (the plant not the rascal), Curly Dock (Rumex crispus) is an easy to identify wild edible that occurs across most of the United States. I see it here in South Louisiana often in the late winter… Read More ›
Month: March 2017
Since my daughter killed two deer better than mine this year, it took a while to post this. But figured it was still worth a glance.
So why would someone want to eat something that they found growing in the wild?
If you come across this plant, then you can have shelter, fire, and food.
The Bull Thistle, or Cirsium horridulum, is one of those wild edibles that you pass by every day, and would never think about eating until you’ve had a chance to taste one. They are not the easiest to put up… Read More ›
It looks similar to clover, but as you’ll see they are quite different. These tart little darlings are known as Wood Sorrel (a.k.a woodsorrel, wood-sorrel, sourgrass, shamrock, and many more), scientific name, Oxalis. It gets its name from the oxalic… Read More ›
A pungent culinary kick to the olfactory nerve, and a healthy, delicious treat provided by good ‘ol Mother Nature.