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Elderberries (edible when cooked or dehydrated)  www.urbanoutdoorskills.com

Elderberries (edible when cooked or dehydrated) www.urbanoutdoorskills.com

A Feast of Weeds: A Literary Guide to Foraging and Cooking Wild Edible Plants. Luigi Ballerini. UC Press.

A Feast of Weeds: A Literary Guide to Foraging and Cooking Wild Edible Plants (California Studies in Food and Culture): Luigi Ballerini, Ada De Santis, Giuliano Della Casa:

Wild Rhubard - Rumex hymenosepalus or also called Canaigre. Use it like regular rhubarb. Leaves are toxic, stem is good to go. I'm not a fan though...but it's just me.

Wild Rhubard - Rumex hymenosepalus or also called Canaigre. Use it like regular rhubarb. Leaves are toxic, stem is good to go. I'm not a fan though.but it's just me.

what is that weed?...it's a purple dead nettle

Foraging Wild Edibles: Purple Dead Nettle (Lamium purpureum) aka: that purple stuff growing in your yard.

Manzanita Berries (edible - wonderful drink and cider) Manzanita is wild tobacco, you can also add the dried leaves to kinickinic mixture.

Wonderful aromatic plant, Black sage can be used as a spice or in teas. The seeds are edible too. On my way to collect some this morning.

Wonderful aromatic plant, Black sage can be used as a spice or in teas. The seeds are edible too. On my way to collect some this morning.

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