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The Complete Guide to Edible Wild Plants, Mushrooms, Fruits, and Nuts: How to Find, Identify, and Cook Them

The Complete Guide to Edible Wild Plants Mushrooms Fruits and Nuts How to Find Identify and Cook Them An illustrated field guide to the most common edible wild plants complete with recipes and folklore

  • Title: The Complete Guide to Edible Wild Plants, Mushrooms, Fruits, and Nuts: How to Find, Identify, and Cook Them
  • Author: Katie Lyle
  • ISBN: 9781599218878
  • Page: 172
  • Format: Paperback
  • An illustrated field guide to the most common edible wild plants, complete with recipes and folklore.

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    1 thought on “The Complete Guide to Edible Wild Plants, Mushrooms, Fruits, and Nuts: How to Find, Identify, and Cook Them

    1. I love this book, It's so informative and wonderful!! It's also not too big, so I can keep it in my bag and use it to identify all the plants I see :D

    2. A somewhat useful, though FAR from comprehensive guide to edible wild plants found throughout the United States. Most of the plants found in this book are common in many regions, but the illustrations and descriptions of the plants in this book are so general (one might say, inferior) that I hesitate to use it as a safe guide to foraging for food. Some of the edibles listed in this book don't even have drawings or photos as visual identification aides, which seems incredible. There are some usef [...]

    3. This is an excellent book if you are already semi-confident at identifying the plants listed. It has interesting information about each plant such as the history, origin and lore. It gives a short description of what it looks like and what habitat and season to look for it in. I also LOVE that it gives you two or three recipes for each edible plant because I often have identified edible plants only to then go, 'now what?' concerning preparing them. However, there are only a handful of colored ph [...]

    4. Overall useful guide for the United States, a broad territory. It could use a better organizational format emphasizing location. It's not compact or succinct enough to act as a field guide. It's a solid introduction but frankly, I don't trust mushrooms or red berries enough to rely on this book when chances of poisoning are grave and very real.

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