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Wild Edibles Wood Sorrel (Video) Written companion to the video will be… Healing Herbs, Medicinal Plants, Agriculture, Wood Sorrel, Edible Wild Plants, Survival Food, Survival Hacks, Living Off The Land, Wild Edibles

Wild Edibles #1 Wood Sorrel

Wild Edibles #1 Wood Sorrel Written blog companion to this video can be found here. http://theruraleconomist.blogspot.com/2014/05/wild-edibles-1-wood-sorrel....

Wild Edibles Wood Sorrel (Video) Written companion to the video will be… Healing Herbs, Medicinal Plants, Agriculture, Wood Sorrel, Edible Wild Plants, Survival Food, Survival Hacks, Living Off The Land, Wild Edibles

Wild Edibles #1 Wood Sorrel

Disclaimer: Some wild plants are not only edible but delicious. Other wild plants will kill you if you eat them. Be absolutely certain what a plant is before you eat it. There is a short video at the bottom to help you identify wood sorrel. Wood Sorrel also known as sourgrass has been eaten by Native Americans for hundreds if not thousands of years. Wood sorrel can be used for culinary as well as medicinal applications Identification Wood sorrel is characterized by heart shaped leaves…

Wild Edibles: Wood Sorrel VERY citrusy punch! Fun in salads, contains oxalate & if mixed with dairy make oxalate acid, don't eat a lot. Healing Herbs, Medicinal Plants, Wood Sorrel, Weed Plants, Edible Wild Plants, Plant Identification, Wild Edibles, All Nature, Edible Flowers

Wild Edibles

Wild Edibles I'll add to this post now and then, so check back. :) It's a work in progress. Please check several sources and photos to make sure you have the right plant. If in doubt, just leave it alone. I'm in the northern US. Check to see if these grow in your area. Acorn (Flour) See separate post... (click here) Aniseroot, Licorice Root The root and leaves are edible raw and said to be best in early spring. When I break open a leaf, it smells like licorice. That's how I originally found…

Oxalis acetosella or common wood sorrel. In Finnish, this edible green is known as käenkaali or ketunleipä /Wikipedia. Vintage Botanical Prints, Botanical Drawings, Botanical Art, Vintage Botanical Illustration, Illustration Botanique, Plant Illustration, Oxalis Acetosella, Impressions Botaniques, Wood Sorrel

Wood sorrel has been eaten by humans for millennia. In Dr. James Duke's "Handbook of Edible Weeds," he notes that the Kiowa Indian tribe chewed wood sorrel to alleviate thirst on long trips, that the Potawatomi Indians cooked it with sugar to make a dessert, the Algonquin Indians considered it an aphrodisiac, the Cherokee tribe ate wood sorrel to alleviate mouth sores and a sore throat, and the Iroquois ate wood sorrel to help with cramps, fever and nausea.

Selected pages from the book Foraging and Feasting: A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook by Dina Falconi and Illustrated by Wendy Hollender. These Plant Identification Pages are useful when identifying Wild Edible Plants in the field. Botanical Drawings, Botanical Art, Botanical Illustration, Healing Herbs, Medicinal Plants, Oxalis Acetosella, Wood Sorrel, Green Pesto, Edible Wild Plants

Foraging & Feasting

Wood Sorrel - a Vitamin C rich wild and abundant edible // from Foraging and Feasting

The Kiowa Indians chewed on wood sorrel to alleviate thirst, and the Cherokee ate the plant to cure mouth sores. The leaves are a great source of vitamin C. The roots of the wood sorrel can be boiled. They’re starchy and taste a bit like a potato. Healing Herbs, Medicinal Plants, Oxalis Acetosella, Camping Info, Wood Sorrel, Surviving In The Wild, Edible Wild Plants, Art Of Manliness, Plant Identification

Edible Wild Plants: 19 Wild Plants You Can Eat to Survive in the Wild | The Art of Manliness

Wild plants you can eat to survive in the wild.

wood sorrel - good for curdling cheese, makes a nice soup Healing Herbs, Medicinal Plants, Oxalic Acid, Wood Sorrel, Perennial Vegetables, Living Off The Land, Wild Edibles, Natural Garden, Edible Plants

Wood Sorrel (Edible in moderation due to Oxalic Acid - think "lemon". Good for curdling cheese. www.urbanoutdoorskills.com

Wood sorrel is one of my favorite edible wild plants. It's lemony taste is a great addition to a morning salad. Wood sorrel is found all over the Los Angeles area. If you keep your eyes open you're bound to encounter it. Medicinal Weeds, Wood Sorrel, Edible Wild Plants, Plant Identification, Wild Edibles, Healing Herbs, Growing Herbs, Edible Flowers, Native Plants

Just went on a foraging walk and learned that what i always thought was clover in my yard is (edible!) wood sorrel.