Foraging for Yarrow & Harvest Book Review

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Foraging for Yarrow & Harvest Book Review

Foraging for Yarrow & Harvest Book Review

Books in this house, like so much in our life, are things of pure practicality. Farming manuals, field guides, herbal medicine references they’re all useful and wonderful in their own

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Foraging for Vegans: 15 Wild Proteins

Foraging for Vegans: 15 Wild Proteins

You want to live off the land? You gotta hunt! For wild edibles, of course! No, but in all seriousness I hear this all the freaking time. So many homesteading

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Crafting Herbal Teas

Crafting Herbal Teas

Welcome autumn! It has finally started to really cool off here and I am so, so, so grateful. In the evenings it has been dipping into the 50s. The perfect

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Foraging: Sassafras Roots

Foraging: Sassafras Roots

Sassafras aside we have super exciting news! Zak and Pilgrim from Stone Axe Herbals are visiting for the summer. We’re all super excited to spend the summer foraging, farming, cooking,

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Foraging: Sassafras Roots

Foraging: Sassafras Roots

 Sassafras aside we have super exciting news! Zak and Pilgrim from Stone Axe Herbals are visiting for the summer. We’re all super excited to spend the summer foraging, farming, cooking, wildcrafting,

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Foraging & Growing Mint

Foraging & Growing Mint

Mint is one of my favorite things to forage because I love everything mint! Honestly it’s more like an addiction. When I’m stressed I crave mint. Thin mints, mint chip

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Foraging: Violets Plus a Violet Syrup Recipe

Foraging: Violets Plus a Violet Syrup Recipe

Lately I’ve spoken to several friends in the New England area and have been reminded of one of the many reasons we decided to move to West Virginia, those warm

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Foraging: Bring Back Ramps!

Foraging: Bring Back Ramps!

Ramps, ramps ramps! They’re definitely one of the stars of the spring. Ramps (Allium tricoccum) also known as wild leeks, spring onions, ramson, wood leeks, or wild garlic are an easily

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Foraging: Wild Onions

Foraging: Wild Onions

The first time I ate wild onions I thought they were a godsend. I was a couple months into my Appalachian Trail thru-hike and totally craving anything green and fresh.

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Foraging: Pine Needle Tea

Foraging: Pine Needle Tea

The past few days have been oddly warm for February. With temperatures in the 60s and peepers singing at night it’s easy to forget that it’s not quite spring yet.

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