There is no need to wait until a doomsday scenario occurs to go foraging in the woods. A vast bounty of edibles can be added to your daily meals and jams for added flavor and dietary benefit. Wild edibles can also be dehydrated and stored until needed to spice up some broth or long-term food storage during a lengthy emergency.
You can feed your entire family for less than $700 a month!
As with most things in life, knowledge is power. Learning how to identify safe wild edible plants from toxic ones is the first and most important step in the foraging process. Never pick from along the roadside where chemical spraying may have occurred.
Top Winter Edibles
Rose Hips are filled with a sweet pulp that can be boiled down into syrup form and used in teas and jams or eaten raw. During World War II, hungry British residents often gave rose hips to their children to take advantage of the high amount of vitamin C inside the wild winter edibles.
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