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Re: Ever Hear of Pine-Bark Fish Stews?

Yes, I have a number of books on medieval, colonial and pioneer cookery, as well as native. It's quite interesting. Sent from my iPad
firekeeper38
Aug 22
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3249

Re: Ever Hear of Pine-Bark Fish Stews?

People cooked in fireplaces back in early america, they used hickory and other wood, pine and maple. Had my grandfather to bake potatoes in the ashes behind
Sandra Sue Taylor
Aug 20
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Re: Ever Hear of Pine-Bark Fish Stews?

Well I never heard of it, though the searches pulled up a few recipes. I expect it was originally a native chowder, as the origin stories are vague, cooked in
firekeeper38
Aug 20
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Re: Ever Hear of Pine-Bark Fish Stews?

I haven't, but it sounds interesting. I hope someone here knows more about it. On Mon, Aug 17, 2015 at 10:22 PM, Simon Bao simonbaowow@... ... -- Sam
Sam Schaperow
Aug 17
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Ever Hear of Pine-Bark Fish Stews?

Has anyone ever come across these Carolina Pine Bark Stews, fish dishes flavored with white pine bark?  Is it something long forgotten?  Something best
Simon Bao
Aug 17
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PlantForagers@yahoogroups.com
Aug 17
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3244

Re: goji berry leaves

Sam, The recipe is what I call a little bland, but I am used to spicing things up with Chipotle pepper, Cayenne pepper and spicy oils. So I might not be the
vincekirchner
Aug 17
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Re: goji berry leaves

How tasty do you find the recipe? Have yo tried it both w/spinach one time, then goji leaves another? You use mature or young goji leaves for the recipe?
Sam Schaperow
Aug 16
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Re:

That is, a FL native. There are western natives, too (see article last posted). On Sun, Aug 16, 2015 at 10:32 AM, Sam Schaperow sam.schaperow@... ... --
Sam Schaperow
Aug 16
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Re: goji berry leaves

Sam, Yes this is true, I myself eat the young shoots as I am walking around the garden. The young leaves and shoots are the tastiest, the older shoots start to
vincekirchner
Aug 16
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3240

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Yes, there is a native jujube, but it is nearly extinct: https://markgelbart.wordpress.com/2013/06/20/the-florida-jujube-ziziphus-celata-a-pleistocene-relic/
Sam Schaperow
Aug 16
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Hovenia dulcis

Is growing the raisin tree worth it? -- *Sam of Zone 6b*
Sam Schaperow
Aug 15
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3238

goji berry leaves

I just learned abt eating the young leaves & shoots, as well as eating or steeping the mature leaves, harvesting them before winter. Anyone have
Sam Schaperow
Aug 15
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3237

Re: inaccuracies

Thanks. I have the pretty purple berries from the American beauty bush frozen in the freezer for medicine. On Aug 12, 2015 12:18 PM, "Sam Schaperow
Sandra Sue Taylor
Aug 14
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Re: inaccuracies

I think that when there is conflict on whether something is poisonous or not, the issue can be part of plant, stage of development ripeness or whatever, and
infowolf1
Aug 14
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