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  • Mike
    Hi folks, This is an e-mail from Dr. John Kallas. Below his e-mail I have included links to two articles about wild foods. Mike Mike@rawportland.org
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      Hi folks,

      This is an e-mail from Dr. John Kallas. Below his e-mail I have
      included links to two articles about wild foods.

      Mike

      Mike@...

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      From : John Kallas <mail@...>
      Subject : Wild Food Adventure Workshops, 2004

      Hey Everyone,

      Here are the remaining and updated 2004 workshops offered by Wild
      Food Adventures in Oregon and Washington.:

      CLASSES
      May 15: Wild Gourmet Garden Edibles, $25
      May 16: Mount Adams Wild Food Expedition, $ 25
      June 5: Pacific Coast Clam Dig, $25
      June 6: Sea Vegetables of the Pacific Coast, $25
      June 25-28: GingerRoot Rendezvous, $220-$290
      July 10: Wild Foods in Wilderness Survival, $18
      July 31: Gaper, Butter & Littleneck Clam Dig, $25
      August 1: Sea Vegetables of the Pacific Coast, $25
      August 14: Wapato Island Wild Food Expedition, $22
      August 28: Marshmallow, Meringue & S'mores from Wild Plants: $25
      September 25: Acorn Pudding & Volatile Oils, $25
      September 26: Fall Harvest of Fruits, Nuts & Vegetables: $20
      October 17: Wild Foods of Native Americans, $18
      October 23: The Incredible Cattail - From Survival to Pancakes, $25

      For more information on workshops, books, book reviews, the Wild Food
      Primer, the Wild Food Adventurer newsletter, newsletter back issues
      and more, see our web site.

      Respectfully,

      John Kallas, Ph.D., Director, Wild Food Adventures
      Institute for the Study of Edible Wild Plants and Other Foragables
      4125 N Colonial Ave, Portland, OR 97217-3338
      (503) 775-3828 mail@...
      http://www.wildfoodadventures.com/

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      http://www.davidwolfe.com/articles/wild.shtml
      "Wild Greens & Health" by David Wolfe

      http://www.rawfoods.com/articles/whywildfood.html
      "Why Eat Wild Food?" --by Dolores L. Nyerges

      "Our conclusion after 7 years of doing this work is that every diet,
      unless it contains a certain percentage (25%+) of wild food is
      deficient. Wild food is the only food that is complete."
      - Quoted from Nature's First Law http://www.rawfood.com
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