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YouTube: episode 67. Oxalis, wood sorrel.

YouTube: episode 67. Oxalis, wood sorrel.

Wood Sorrel: A Vitamin C Rich Wild Food {my first weed, started eating these when I was 4}.

Wood Sorrel: A Vitamin C Rich Wild Food

Next up in my wild edibles series is wood sorrel. Wood sorrel might be mistaken by new foragers for clover but after reading this post you will know how to distinguish it from…

Burdock Tonic Tea Recipe        1 tsp dried burdock root  1 tsp dried dandelion root  2 dried red clover flowers  Dried peppermint leaves to taste    Combine all the above ingredients and place into a large mug. Add boiling water and steep covered for 30 minutes. Strain, and enjoy.    This tea helps to stimulate the kidney and liver functions and can possibly help to treat acne and eczema.

Dandelion Banana Bread - Like The Idea Of Putting Dandelion Flower Petals In Banana Bread . Try It With Your Favorite Banana Bread Recipe

10 Edible Spring Weeds: chick weed- curly/yellow dock- dandelion- lamb's quarters or white goosefoot- mallow- miner's lettuce- mustard- stinging nettle- violet- wood sorrel IN The Kitchn

10 Edible Spring Weeds

10 Edible Spring Weeds: chick weed- curly/yellow dock- dandelion- lambs quarters or white goosefoot- mallow- miners lettuce- mustard- stinging nettle- violet- wood sorrel IN The Kitchn

excellent edible wild foods site

A great "take along" guide to learning about edible wild food and their nutrient contents.

Oxalis - Wood Sorrel - Bush Tucker Plant Foods

Oxalis - Wood Sorrel - Edible Weeds and Bush Tucker Plant Foods

How to Find and Prepare Nutritious, Edible Mallows | Dengarden

How to Find and Prepare Nutritious, Edible Mallows

Wood sorrel may be growing in your garden.  It looks like a small clover with yellow flowers; low growing and liking shady parts of your garden.  In summer it produces “pickles,” or seed pods (that look like tiny pickles.)  The whole plant can be used by cutting and brewing as a tea.  It has some pain relieving properties and is great for stimulating stomach digestion thus is helpful for heartburn and mild liver problems. - See more at…

Wood sorrel may be growing in your garden. It looks like a small clover with yellow flowers; low growing and liking shady parts of your garden. In summer it produces “pickles,” or seed pods (that look like tiny pickles.) The whole plant can be used by cutting and brewing as a tea. It has some pain relieving properties and is great for stimulating stomach digestion thus is helpful for heartburn and mild liver problems. - See more at…

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