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Grazing Through The Woods with The Herb Man


James Berry

Grazing Through The Woods with The Herb Man




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Surprise guests, family and yourself by using wild ingredients not available in any grocery store. You can find wild edibles in your back yard, as weeds in your garden, and in the woods and wilds all over the USA.
Some plants that are considered “weeds” here in America are cultivated crops in other countries. Burdock is a good example -- cockleburs that attach themselves to pant legs are a real nuisance and yet thousands of acres in Japan are used to grow burdock root.
Lambsquarters, purslane and pigweed are probably the three most common garden weeds in the United States. When you cross the border into Mexico, you’ll find them in every marketplace where they are rightly considered a delicacy.

After a two mile walk in the woods, identifying and harvesting wild edibles, the video ends with a seven-course gourmet wilderness meal.
Learn how to prepare Candied Wild Ginger Roots as an appetizer, Steamed Poke Shoots, Cattail-on-the-Cob, Sassafras Tea, a melt-in-the-mouth Mulberry/Blackberry/Strawberry/Raspberry Pie and many other dishes.

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