"incredible Edibles"- Don't recall these being all that tasty, but they were so fun to make!

Incredible Edibles - metal molds and a small oven. You'd squeeze "Gooble De-Goop" gel into a mold and pop it in the oven. The result was soft rubbery candy in the shape of worms and insects.

Incredible Edible Ooze {Sensory Play} 9 Month Infant activities sensory play The Mess Mat toddler school

Incredible Edible Ooze Sensory Play 9 Month Infant activities sensory play The Mess Mat toddler school

SINK YOUR TEETH  INTO FORAGING  A Leading Naturalist Tells You How To Find Incredible Edibles  Right In Your Own Backyard

Sink Your Teeth Into Foraging - A Leading Naturalist Tells You How to Find Incredible Edibles Right in Your Own Backyard

Incredible Edible Public Park Helps to Feed 200,000 People Every Month  - you walk through the park and you can eat and harvest.  This is an easement that used to be weeds.  LOVE THIS IDEA!!!

The Incredible Edible Farm is a wonderful example of a unique public/private partnership between the City of Irvine, the OC Great Park, Orange County Produce.

Incredible Edible Cell - This would make a great take-home project for students!

Incredible Edible Cell - Make Plant and Animal Cell Models from Food. Great Learning Experience for Students.

Incredible edible: Guerrilla gardeners are planting veg for the masses in West Yorkshire

Incredible edible: Guerrilla gardeners are planting veg for the masses in West Yorkshire

Inspiring story about changing the way we relate to our community and to our food.

14 Hacks for the Incredible Edible EGG!  One of the most widely consumed foods on the planet, the incredible, edible egg is loaded with nutrition and there are a ton of #egg_hacks you can perform in the kitchen…http://www.womanyes.com/video-14-hacks-for-the-incredible-edible-egg/

14 Incredible Edible Egg Tricks You Probably Didn't Know About - Daily Megabyte

List of historic uses for California native plants, some edible and some very much not.

Edibles and Poisonous california native plants. Goosefoot, Chenopodium album, is a common garden weed that is considered edible.

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