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Wood Sorrel (Oxalis) Edible parts: It's a thirst quencher and is refreshing to eat. The leaves, flowers and immature green seed pods are all edible having a mild sour flavour that resembles lemons. It can be made into tea, added to salads, used in soups/sauces and used as a seasoning.

Wood Sorrel (Oxalis) Edible parts: It's a thirst quencher and is refreshing to eat. The leaves, flowers and immature green seed pods are all edible having a mild sour flavour that resembles lemons. It can be made into tea, added to salads, used in soups/sauces and used as a seasoning.

Is your backyard growing this amazing natural remedy? Check out all the ways dandelions can be used for skin and health!

Dandelion Uses & Benefits

Is your backyard growing this amazing natural remedy? Check out all the ways dandelions can be used for skin and health!

Clover- as always, Green Dean over at Eat The Weeds does an excellent job helping us identify and use wild edibles. Good clover details after link.

Clover- as always, Green Dean over at Eat The Weeds does an excellent job helping us identify and use wild edibles. Good clover details after link.

Henbit:  Even though it is part of the mint family it does not taste like mint, but more like and dandelion or other yard greens.  Henbit is an anti-rhuematic, diaphoretic (sweat inducer), excitant (stimulant), febrifuge (fever reducer), laxative and stimulant.  Henbit is high in iron, vitamins, and fiber. It can be eaten fresh, cooked, or made into a tea, and it is a chickens favorite grazing food.

Henbit: Even though it is part of the mint family it does not taste like mint, but more like and dandelion or other yard greens. Henbit is an anti-rhuematic, diaphoretic (sweat inducer), excitant (stimulant), febrifuge (fever reducer), laxative and stimulant. Henbit is high in iron, vitamins, and fiber. It can be eaten fresh, cooked, or made into a tea, and it is a chickens favorite grazing food.

Make the most of nature's abundance by gathering and using dandelions for gift giving with these easy recipes for food and body products.

Using Dandelions for Gift Giving

Make the most of nature's abundance by gathering and using dandelions for gift giving with these easy recipes for food and body products.

This unappreciated gem of a "weed" packs a powerful nutritional punch and is worth putting back on our list of revered plants.

This unappreciated gem of a "weed" packs a powerful nutritional punch and is worth putting back on our list of revered plants.

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