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Universal Edibility Test. (For plants. Do not apply to various animals or school supplies)

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Amaranth/Pigweed is a common weed that is highly nutritious! Use the greens in soups, stir fries, or salads. eat the dried seeds raw or roasted. The seeds are very high protein and have lysine, fiber, and calcium. A single plant can produce seeds!

Great website for learning uses of common eastern plants and forest edibles.

Living Afield - List of Medicinal Actions and Corresponding Herbs (Medicinal Plant Identification Guide)

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A Foraging Witch :: 10 of the Most Nutritious Fall Wild Edibles Hickory Black Walnut Pine Nuts Hazelnut Beech Nuts Acorn Wild Rice Amaranth Rose Hips Persimmon

I can't WAIT until I can grow my own annuals! LOVE-LIES-BLEEDING  Amaranthus caudatus  This stunning accent plant is ideal for beds, borders or containers; growing 3-5 feet tall and producing rope like bright red tassels over a long summer and fall season. The flowers are excellent for cutting or drying and the foliage is edible and highly nutritious.

Love-Lies-Bleeding amaranthus seeds - Garden Seeds - Annual Flower Seeds Beautiful in a hanging basket!

Pigweed Edible parts: The whole plant – leaves, roots, stem, seeds. The Amaranth seed is small and very nutritious and easy to harvest, the seed grain is used to make flour for baking uses. Roasting the seeds can enhance the flavor, also you can sprout the raw seeds using them in salads, and in sandwiches, etc. Young leaves can be eaten raw or cooked like spinach, sautéed, etc. Fresh or dried pigweed leaves can be used to make tea.

Foraging: 52 Wild Plants You Can Eat - Pigweed Edible parts: The whole plant –…

4 Common Plants You Didn’t Know You Could Turn Into Flour

4 Common Plants You Didn’t Know You Could Turn Into Flour: Amaranth, Acorns, Cattail tubers, and Rye grass.

Survival Plants Memory Course: A weekly post. Sharing memory techniques that help you identify and use the most common (U.S.) wild edible and medicinal plants. Learn 52 plants in 52 weeks or less!

"Survival Plants Memory Course: A weekly post. Sharing memory techniques that help you identify and use the most common (U.) wild edible and medicinal plants. Learn 52 plants in 52 weeks or less!

Mullein (Verbascum thapsus): edible leaves and flowers. Containing vitamins B2, B5, B12, and D, choline, hesperidin, para amino benzoic acid, magnesium, and sulfur, but mullein tea is primarily valued as an effective treatment for coughs and lung disorders.

Mullein (Verbascum thapsus): edible leaves and flowers. Mullein tea is primarily valued for coughs and lung disorders

20 Edible Weeds. Instead of battling weeds this growing season, how about eating them?

20 Edible Weeds

Yellow Dock/Burdock Lamb's Quarter Dandelions Nettles Amaranth Plantain (weed not banana) Purslane Cattails Century plant Chickweed Chicory Epazote Garlic Mustard Goldenrod Horseweed Kudzu Milk thistle Prickly lettuce Sheep's sorrel Shepherd's purse

Amarant, Kinesisk Callaloo, Kinesisk spinat Amaranthus tricolor

Amarant, Kinesisk Callaloo, Kinesisk spinat Amaranthus tricolor

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