5011Re: [pfaf] Plants that are good to pick now, before they change texture flavor
- May 4 9:15 AM-but the bittercress is so tiny / small¨or do you have a big clone ???Geir Flatabø2010/5/3 Elaine Sommers elainesommers@...
I have also harvested bittercress (cardamine hirsuta) which is really wonderful in salads, even nicer than watercress in my opinion.
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Date: Mon, 3 May 2010 18:04:09 +0200
Subject: Re: [pfaf] Plants that are good to pick now, before they change texture flavor
Any latin name for Pine nettles ??NEver heard about thet before,,best wild greens her by now are:Alliums - victorialis, and ursinum,Pennyroyal - Thlaspi alpestreCardamine pratensis,Aegopodium podagraria--and of courseRumex acetosa..Geir Flatabø(norway)2010/5/3 Francis S <manofpeace32@...>
japenese maple ( Acer ) leaves
young dandelion leaves
morels(mushrooms hollow, and not red beef stakes)
(chicken mushroom I do not have much experience of it
but I plan to harvest some(of the correct species) and cook it this year.)
I like the old leaves the young leaves have a lemon taste to them.
Burdock root Can get gritty when it gets older.
(I think late may), and it isn't crisp like a carrot.
the flower stalk is used.
I know I didn't word That title too good.
I left some out I just wanted to start this.
I hope I can get some plants I didn't know of before.
Young Curly dock(rumex crispus) leaves I accualy like the older leaves/
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