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When we were children one of the fond memories many of us share was playing with the maple tree “helicopters”. No matter what you remember them as, they are actually called samaras.Maple tree seeds are edible, contain protein, and can be used as survival food in winter months, however like many wild edibles the best flavours are enjoyed in spring.

Maple tree seeds are edible, contain protein & can be used as survival food in winter moths, however like many wild edibles the best flavours are enjoyed in Spring.

Early Spring Greenery: What Can You Safely Eat?

Early Spring Greenery: What Can You Safely Eat

10 Edible Spring Weeds: "Plants like dandelions, chickweed, and lamb's quarters are often dismissed as weeds, yet in many cases they are even more nutritious than cultivated produce — and quite delicious, too."

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

Nettles contains formic acid, galacturonic acid, vitamin C, histamine, 5-hydroxytryptamine, choline and acetylcholine, vitamins A and D, iron, sodium, potassium, phosphorus, calcium (29 times more than spinach), magnesium, silica, trace minerals and protein (more than beans).  A super food.

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cattail flowers in garlic butter...every part of the cattail plant is edible or useful

) line the ponds and creeks that surround my neighborhood. The roots, shoots, flowers, and pollen of cattails are all edible. If you take advantage of all of these stages of growth, cattails provide a long season of eating.

Hunger and Thirst  Foraging, feasting, and adventure in the Rocky Mountains   ---   this site is beautifully presented and full of good things   Woohoo!

Hunger and Thirst Food, like life, is best when it's wild and free

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