9780871319463

Wild in the Kitchen: Recipes for Wild Fruits, Weeds, and Seeds

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    9780871319463

  • ISBN10:

    0871319462

  • Format: Paperback
  • Copyright: 2001-05-01
  • Publisher: Natl Book Network
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Summary

Wild edibles are everywhere -- in the woods, along roadsides, and even in the front lawn or back yard. These truly natural foods are nutritious, and taste much better than their plasticwrapped domestic counterparts and the best part is that they are free for the taking.

Author Biography

Ronna Mogelon is a graphic designer, chef, and amateur naturalist who lives in a 100-year-old log home in rural Ontario. She became interested in wild edible plants when she moved to the country and began to explore the woodlands and meadows on her farm

Table of Contents

Acknowledgments 9(11)
Introduction 11(1)
About Wild Edibles 12(1)
About the Ingredients 13(1)
Tips on Preserving and Canning 14(4)
Berries
Barberries
18(2)
Blackberries
20(3)
Blueberries
23(5)
Cloudberries and Partridgeberries
28(2)
Currants and Gooseberries
30(3)
Elder
33(5)
Hawthorns
38(2)
Nannyberries
40(2)
Red and Black Raspberries
42(4)
Strawberries
46(8)
Flowers
Clover
54(2)
Dandelions
56(1)
Day Lilies
57(4)
Elder Flowers
61(1)
Sumac
62(2)
Violets
64(4)
Fruits
Chokecherries
68(4)
Crabapples and Wild Apples
72(5)
Wild Grapes
77(2)
Ground Cherries
79(5)
Greens
Dandelions
84(3)
Fiddleheads
87(4)
Grape Leaves
91(2)
Labrador Tea
93(2)
Lamb's Quarters
95(4)
Milkweed
99(4)
Mint
103(4)
Mustard
107(2)
Plantain and Purslane
109(5)
Musbrooms
Morels, Chanterelles and Puffballs
114(1)
A Word about Drying Mushrooms
115(9)
Roots
Ginger
124(3)
Jerusalem Artichokes
127(4)
Wild Leeks
131(5)
Latin Names 136(2)
Recommended Reading 138(3)
Index 141(3)
About the Author 144

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