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4 Wild Winter Teas and a Chocolate Drink -

Make wild winter teas with birch twigs, white spruce needles, white pine needles, and spicebush twigs! All offer health benefits, great flavor, or both. Also, try wintergreen chocolate drink for a wild treat. No need to stop foraging in winter!

Pine needle tea and other recipes from our adventures on "The Lost Road"

Acorns to Acorn Muffins in 1 Day!

How to process acorns and use the meal/flour to make muffins. They're really tasty!!

Evergreen Shortbread Cookies

Foraged Evergreen Shortbread Cookies

Guide to foraging for autumn wild foods in the UK and some recipes for delicious cobnut pesto, agua frescas and apple crumble!

Guide to foraging for autumn wild foods in the UK and some recipes for delicious cobnut pesto, agua frescas and apple crumble!

Hawthorn berries: identify, harvest, and make an extract -

The Homestead Survival | Huge List of Edible Flowers and What They Taste Like | Wild Food Foraging - Wild Crafting - Homesteading - Gardening http://thehomesteadsurvival.com

Ramps, or wild leeks, are one of the earliest wild foods to forage, and a great delicacy they are. They're the surest sign that spring is really ramping up. http://www.punkdomestics.com/content/rampage-ramps-0 Image via Eve Fox, Garden of Eating, used with permission http://gardenofeatingblog.blogspot.com/2011/04/harvesting-wild-ramps.html