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Pickled Purslane Recipe foraging for a gourmet weed

Pickled Purslane ~ foraging for a gourmet weed

Apple cider vinegar is one of my absolute favorite natural products! And I must not be alone because this post I did in September on 28 Health and Beauty Benefits of Apple Cider Vinegar has been extremely popular. It’s been pinned more than 16,000 times!! I love to use ACV in homemade beauty products (like this …

Apple Cider Vinegar

Make Your Own Apple Cider Vinegar From Leftover Apple Cores & Peelings (non waxed)

How to make apple cider vinegar - Apple cider vinegar, or ACV, is so simple and easy to ferment and make! | Montana Homesteader

How to make apple cider vinegar

How to make apple cider vinegar - Montana Homesteader

Pickling veggies

How to pickle

To JALAPEÑOS red onion, garlic, bay leaf, pepper corns---- Pickling is one of the oldest methods of food preservation and has been utilized by almost every culture. The term pickle comes from the dutch word “pekel” which means brine. Makes sens…

Considered a common weed to many, it has more beneficial Omega 3 fatty acids than many fish oils and one of the highest levels of vitamin A among all leafy green vegetables.

Stop- It's Not Just a Weed! It's an Unrecognized Health-Boosting Plant...

Purslane: Considered a common weed to many, it has more beneficial Omega 3 fatty acids than many fish oils and one of the highest levels of vitamin A among all leafy green vegetables.

Grandma's Secret To Keeping Basil in the Fridge for 1 Year.  Use on sandwiches, in sauces, or soups

Preserving Fresh Basil Easily in the Refrigerator with Olive Oil

Preserving Fresh Basil in the refrigerator for up to 1 Year - Sprinkle a bit of Kosher Salt into bottom of a Mason Jar, Add Basil & Cover with a Good Olive Oil then Store in Fridge.

I've made quite a few dandelion recipes. This versatile "weed" is delicious and nutritious from root to flower! Check out this awesome dandelion infographic, too.

Dandelion Recipes (and infographic

Dandelion Recipes (and infographic!) ~ Pixie’s Pocket – Science and Nature

Pickled Spruce Tips

Pickled Spruce Tips --- "Prepare your spruce tips by removing any papery husks, then washing and patting dry.

A Recipe for Beet Kvass: A Deeply Cleansing Tonic from Nourished Kitchen

Eat Your Weeds: Foraging for and Eating Maple Seeds

Eat Your Weeds: Foraging for and Eating Maple Seeds

Eat Your Weeds: Foraging for and Eating Maple Seeds Proverbs 31 Woman

6 recipes of purslane greens

purslane or kulfa ka saag

Get Purslane Quesadillas Recipe from Food Network

Purslane Quesadillas

Purslane Quesadillas recipe from Food Network Kitchen via Food Network

Foraging for Garlic Mustard.  How to identify it, where to find it, and how to harvest this abundant wild edible plant.

Foraging Garlic Mustard, an Edible Invasive Plant -

042615 Wild Garlic Mustard ~ Foraging for Garlic Mustard. How to identify it, where to find it, and how to harvest this abundant wild edible plant.

Chicory is an easy to find "weed" that is edible and medicinal. Use the leaves, flowers, and roots!

Foraging for Chicory

Foraging for Chicory - Chicory is an easy to find "weed" that is edible and medicinal. Use the leaves, flowers, and roots!

Salal berries are easy to identify and tasty to eat! A great wild food to forage.

Foraging for Salal Berries

On a recent camping trip we went foraging for salal berries. These are tasty, edible wild berries that are native to the western US.

Foraging with the Foraged Foodie: Common edible plants of early spring. Chickweed, sorrel, trout lily, cleavers and more!

Foraging: What is in Season, Early Spring

Foraging with the Foraged Foodie: Common edible plants of early spring. Chickweed, sorrel, trout lily, cleavers and more!

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