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Wild Edibles You Can Find in The City

For many people, urban foraging means finding the latest trendy restaurant or boutique, but in the context of survival, it has a far more serious connotation. Although you might not think of an urban area as a place to forage for food, you can find many edible plants growing there. Wild greens often contain far more nutritional value than commercially grown products like lettuce or celery.
Wild Plant Safety Tips
Your Zagat guide won’t do you any good, but you’ll be […]

Edible Plants You Can Grow Indoors – No Yard Needed

In the three largest U.S. cities, a significant numbers of residents live in apartment buildings. In NYC (population: 8.4 million), Los Angeles (population: 3.8 million), and Chicago (population: 2.7 million), there are a combined total of 2.46 million apartments. In the remaining large cities across America, apartments comprise 15 to 42 percent of all dwellings. If you are a city dweller, there is a good chance you live in a condo or apartment.
For several years, it seemed like people […]

Foraging

It seems like everybody is headed to the back yard for salad these days! Foraging is a great skill to cultivate.  Now that it’s gaining popularity, there is even more information out there about how to do it well and how to do it safely. If you’re ready to forage for dinner or for a salad to go with your tasty Wise entrée (eh-hem), here are some tips:

Be sure you know what you’re eating. The first rule of foraging […]