Edible plants in washington book

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Northwest Foraging: The Classic Guide to Edible Plants of the Pacific Northwest by Doug Benoliel


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* Suitable for novice foragers and seasoned botanists alike
* More than 65 of the most common edible plants in the Pacific Northwest are thoroughly described
*Poisonous plants commonly encountered are also included

Originally published in 1974, Northwest Foraging quickly became a wild food classic. Now fully updated and expanded by the original author, this elegant new edition is sure to become a modern staple in backpacks, kitchens, and personal libraries.

A noted wild edibles authority, Doug Benoliel provides more than 65 thorough descriptions of the most common edible plants of the Pacific Northwest region, from asparagus to watercress, juneberries to cattails, and many, many more! He also includes a description of which poisonous look-alike plants to avoid -- a must-read for the foraging novice. Features include detailed illustrations of each plant, an illustrated guide to general plant identification principles, seasonality charts for prime harvesting, a selection of simple foraging recipes, and a glossary of botanical terms.

Beginning with his botany studies at the University of Washington, Doug Benoliel has been dedicated to native plants. He has owned a landscaping, design, and nursery business, and done his extensive work with the National Outdoor Leadership School (NOLS). Doug lives on Lopez Island, Washington.
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Northwest Foraging: The Classic Guide to Edible Plants of the Pacific Northwest Author interviews, book reviews, editors' picks, and more. Foraging Washington: Finding, Identifying, and Preparing Edible Wild Foods (Foraging Series).
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But all of us who publish books about plants make choices as to which plants to highlight, and which to leave out during the editing process. Deciding which plants to study first is also critical for those of us who are trapped by linear thinking. Once we realize that there are thousands of plants to learn, we can become very discouraged, and turn our attention elsewhere. How can 9 or 10 lowly plants give a person more than half of everything they need? Bear with me. So, which plants are critical to secure those basic needs?

Medicinal Plants books for your area by Michael Moore to focus on wild herbal plants. Includes wonderful black- and- white photos and gorgeous drawings throughout. What I found was an amazing guide including actual color photos of plants that tell not only which plants that we often dismiss as weeds are edible, but also how the plants can add to our daily diet. We have vastly expanded our edible plants information with far more information, and far more plants. If disaster strikes, this book is a must- have; you will be able to confidently walk through urban areas or the deep wilderness and possess much of the knowledge and skill the Native Americans used to survive.

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If you are in a more moderate or a warmer zone, your options are expanded, sometimes by a lot! The Encyclopedia of Edible Plants of North America: Nature' s Green Feast This is one of edible plants in washington book the most extensive resources available on wild food. Wild Harvest - Excellent blog by local author, T. Survival Medicine. Anyone who has access to outdoor area s with weeds, knows botany or has the patience to bring this book during foraging expeditions, those who have an interest in eating wild greens, those especially interested in edible wild plants, for all the above, I.

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