Wild Spring Plant Foods: The Foxfire AMericana Library (7)

Wild Spring Plant Foods: The Foxfire AMericana Library (7)

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by Foxfire Fund, Inc.
     
 
A handy illustrated guide to the edible plant life available in Appalachia and other temperate areas during the spring. From sassafras to rhubarb, each entry includes instructions on where to find the plant, how to spot it, and the ways it is best eaten, often with recipes.
 
Plants include:
 
Morel
Asparagus
Wild onion
Wild garlic

Overview

A handy illustrated guide to the edible plant life available in Appalachia and other temperate areas during the spring. From sassafras to rhubarb, each entry includes instructions on where to find the plant, how to spot it, and the ways it is best eaten, often with recipes.
 
Plants include:
 
Morel
Asparagus
Wild onion
Wild garlic
Nettles
Wild radish
White mustard
Water cress
Horseradish
Chicory
Wild lettuce
Dandelion

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9780307948267
Publisher:
Knopf Doubleday Publishing Group
Publication date:
09/06/2011
Sold by:
Random House
Format:
NOOK Book
Pages:
86
Sales rank:
685,779
File size:
5 MB

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Meet the Author

 The Foxfire Americana Library is a collection of eBooks drawing from The Foxfire Fund’s extensive series of tips, how-to’s, stories, and legends designed to preserve and foster Appalachian culture. The Foxfire Museum and Heritage Center is located in Mountain City, Georgia. www.foxfire.org. 

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Wild Spring Plant Foods: The Foxfire AMericana Library (7) 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 1 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book takes you back in time when people believed and lived their lives on wild spring plant foods. I read this series of books years ago and wondered what happened to then. I put the total set on my wishlist, buy two or three at a time, and archive them. If you are interested in people who believed, followed, and lived folklore, you would enjoy these books. Each one is different. Some were very interesting in content and some were not to my liking. The fact that I was trilled to find them and purchase them again might say something about the books.