New site for Freezer Bag Recipes

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Re: New site for Freezer Bag Recipes

Post by Demeter » Sun Nov 30, 2014 9:24 pm

I'm bet that wild edibles in Southern Illinois are in season about the same time as my neck of the woods. Most plants in the Mid-Atantic are the same as the rest of the open, disturbed soil east of the Mississippi River, with the exception of woods. The only real difference is species variation...

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Re: New site for Freezer Bag Recipes

Post by zelph » Mon Dec 01, 2014 12:48 pm

Skunk Cabbage comes up through thin ice early in the spring. I'll have to read up on it's food value and the howto's of preparing. Marsh Marigolds also sounds like a good candidate. I know where there are some Kentucky coffee trees that still have seed pods hanging from them to collect asap to try the roasting of the seeds. I've germinated the seeds but never roasted and ground them to try as coffee substitute. Gonna give it a try :D

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