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What's your favorite wild edibles (gathered, not hunted)

Discussion in 'Bushcraft' started by Hanzo, Aug 4, 2017.


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  1. 7.5mas

    7.5mas Monkey

    Big fan of blueberries , Huckleberries, & Teaberry
     
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  2. RouteClearance

    RouteClearance Monkey+++ Site Supporter

    Kudzu, poke, cattails, and dandelions.
     
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  3. jswi2374

    jswi2374 Neophyte Monkey

    I like mull berries, cattail, and wild garlic in my area (Ohio). All three are easy to identify. Wild garlic is the first greenery on the forest floor every spring. Tastes like onion. Cattails are useful as food, tinder, cordage, and bedding. Their roots taste like potato flakes. Mull berries just taste great in the summer, sweet and juicy. Their juice is a good stain.
     
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  4. In Georgia ya cant walk 100 steps without crunching pecans. They are everywhere and they have their own pocket friendly enclosure. If you follow quirrel signs you can also harvest low tannin acorns. They stay away from heavy wall acorns too. Unfortunatly, they are much tougher cook and eat than pecans.
     
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