Late Spring Edibles
Hey Gang, what's been going on? Aren't any of you eating off the land lately? I got some snake-proof leggings, so I've been back out. Must have been a high population of rodents last year, everyone in the area has reported seeing rattlesnakes this spring.
In my yard I had one plant of Salsify, or Oyster Root, so I let it go to seed and am hoping for more next year. I also have some Chicory that needs digging up. Darn, I should of cooked up some greens when they were small, but I'm not sure I could have identified the plant then.
The white acorns I planted last fall along my side yard all sprouted and I have been watering them religously. From little acorns do mightly oaks grow. In ten years I hope to have acorn mush from those trees. It's good stuff.
The cattail pollen if plentiful right now. Tasty with a little flour and made into pancakes. It even has some sweetness to it.
Somebody let me know how your weedeating is going!
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