The Prepper's Guide to Harvesting Wild Foods: Wild Edible Landscaping and Renewable Foods

The Prepper s Guide to Harvesting Wild Foods Wild Edible Landscaping and Renewable Foods This Family Preparedness Series Volume profiles readily available life saving wild edibles with graphic photos and line drawings Plus additional Native American wild foods like wapatoo wi
  • Title: The Prepper's Guide to Harvesting Wild Foods: Wild Edible Landscaping and Renewable Foods
  • Author: Ken Larson
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  • Page: 440
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Prepper's Guide to Harvesting Wild Foods: Wild Edible Landscaping and Renewable Foods
    This Family Preparedness Series Volume 1 profiles 47 readily available, life saving, wild edibles with 118 graphic photos and line drawings Plus, additional Native American wild foods like wapatoo, wild grapes, American ground nuts and Jerusalem Artichokes will round out your foraging skills This is not the average walk in the woods wild edibles book If you have eveThis Family Preparedness Series Volume 1 profiles 47 readily available, life saving, wild edibles with 118 graphic photos and line drawings Plus, additional Native American wild foods like wapatoo, wild grapes, American ground nuts and Jerusalem Artichokes will round out your foraging skills This is not the average walk in the woods wild edibles book If you have ever pondered such words as future economic conditions, famines, weather disasters, EMP, possible apocalypse, end times, self sufficiency, food storage, etc, this book is for you This is a prepper s wild foods survival manual with no fluff It has been written based on 40 years of active prepping by a military veteran with survival training, including 25 years experience in the middle of social unrest and recovery efforts as a disaster analyst Many times I have seen long lines waiting for food and gas, open looting, decimated shopping centers, water for sale at 15.00 a gallon, ice at 25.00 a bag and candles marked up 500 percent In this unique book, you will learn how the use of renewable wild foods can reduce dependence on the current fragile food system They are everywhere In one vacant lot in Chicago, I found chicory, curly dock, lamb s quarters, dandelion, sow thistle and burdock Not only are they abundant, they can have 400 percent vitamins than similar commercial foods What an opportunity for a person knowledgeable in foraging Now, you can have this skill and pass it on to others When your meat and fish supply runs out, learn to use leached acorns as a protein source with calories fats that would otherwise be difficult to obtain The acorn meat can make a nutritious meal or allow the batter to thicken and then pat into pancakes and cook or twist on a stick and bake on an open fire When there is a shortage of fresh fruits, scurvy may break out due to lack of Vitamin C just as on the old British sailing ships Fortunately, Vitamin C abounds in your yard and in the wild A palatable tea made from green pine needles, actually contains Vitamin C than a regular cup of orange juice Or, eat chickweed which is also high in Vitamin C and was valuable for preventing scurvy in Europe during the German blockades For an antiseptic mouthwash, try an infusion made from crushed fresh pine needles Or, try sassafras leaves as a mouth freshener Oh I love cattails They are so valuable Water can be obtained from young cattail shoots by chewing them and spitting out the pulp The down, or fluff, from cattail seed heads makes good fire tinder It can also be used for stuffing a pillow or as an insulator for warmth when layered between two pieces of material or stuffed into clothing or used for flotation Cattails heads can even be used to provide light, after being dipped into fat and ignited as a torch The pollen can be eaten raw or boiled in water into a hot cereal And, did you know that kudzu the bane of the south is edible Both the roots and young shoots Go figure We all know that in a survival situation, dehydration caused by diarrhea and dysentery can be deadly Boiling oak bark or blackberry leaves make an excellent remedy In case you accidently brush against poison ivy, or just have an insect sting, jewelweed will help soothe the rash Don t forget to try sassafras leaves as an insect repellent This book includes actual beneficial information you can use Now you can study the foods known and used by our forefathers nature s own renewable wild resources And the best part they grow unattended, and offer a free, nutritious meal, many times just outside your back door This book is for real and it is one that should be in your reference library.
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