9 Responses to “Edible”

  1. The TinMan says:

    Ken,
    Found your site via “Primitive Ways”. You maintain a very interesting and informative site. absolutlely loved the figure 4 deadfall with dinner ware.
    As an herbalist, my interest is in wild edibles and herbals. You have some easy to recognise herbals and very informative regarding their uses.
    I’ll be back here often.
    Thanks,
    The TinMan

  2. Hey Ken,

    Nice website! Thanks for coming to [my] class… I’m interested to learn from you that purslane has an evil twin called Spurge. Have you seen it here in NC? Also, when you asked me about kudzu, I forgot to tell you I know a woman who has a kudzu farm and they make kudzu jelly!
    Great job on this site! Keep up the good work!

  3. Rook says:

    when the roots of the yucca are boiled the broth is a good medicinal tea that helps with both joint pain and strengthens the immune system

  4. Southwind says:

    Huh. I wouldn’t have thought you could drink that stuff. But then maybe we’re thinking of different species of yucca.

    Also, yucca leaves make some nice cordage if you prepare them right.

  5. john says:

    The internal clear fluid of a coconut is NOT coconut milk. Coconut milk is made from an extract of the white meat of the coconut.

  6. john says:

    Don’t forget the common stinging nettle that can be cooked and is similar in taste to spinach but has more vitamins, minerals and nutrition than spinach.

  7. megan says:

    Found you thro a morningstar church set. great site. anyway didn’t see red root. great”spinach” too

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