Wild Edibles #1 Wood Sorrel
Disclaimer: Some wild plants are not only edible but delicious. Other wild plants will kill you if you eat them. Be absolutely certain what a plant is before you eat it. There is a short video at the bottom to help you identify wood sorrel. Wood Sorrel also known as sourgrass has been eaten by Native Americans for hundreds if not thousands of years. Wood sorrel can be used for culinary as well as medicinal applications Identification Wood sorrel is characterized by heart shaped leaves…
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