Re: [RawPortland] Anyone doing wild foods this spring?
- Janet wrote...
"I used to teach wild edible, medicinal useful plant classes..."<snip>>>>>>>>>>>>>>If you are willing to teach a class...or take a group on a field walk...I would like to participate! Let me know!Janna (360) 573-1028
- Try wild mustard, wild fennel, wild garlic,
pepperweed, winter cress(their season is past) ,water
cress (be sure that the water source is clean), braken
fern fiddleheads, miners lettuce, wild radish greens,
purslane, and my relabale favorite lambsquarters.
For urban grazing, don't overlook squash leaves and
blossoms, pansy flowers, any flowers from the mustard
For seasoning from the urban jungles of Portland, Try
rosmary, sage, thyme, oregano, nastursham leaves and
their flowers, and many varieties of mints.
--- DylanTurner <circadiantravelor@...> wrote:
> I knew the botany of my native Midwest back and__________________________________________________
> but I am just learning the edibles around Portland.
> I have seen so many nettles that I have decided I am
> done buying greens for the whole summer. Every time
> go out hiking, playing disc golf, ect (which is up
> 3 times a week), I am going to harvest a big back of
> wild greens and other edibles.
> I know all the standards such the chickweeds, lambs
> quarters, ect. Do any of you guys have any favorite
> wild edibles that are specific to the Northwest?
> I think I'm going to have to go over to Powells
> and get a field guide.
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