Common edible & useful plants of the West

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Naturegraph Publishers, 1976 - Juvenile Nonfiction - 64 pages
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If you want to know how the Indians, pioneers, & the early Spanish-Americans used many of the common wild plants of the west for food, for building shelters, or making artifacts, Muriel Sweet's book has the answers. Young bracken fern shoots substitute for asparagus, clover for tea, or try a decoction of mugwort next time you get poison oak. She also includes remedies from old-time pharmacopeia.

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Review: Common Edible Useful Plants of the West

User Review  - Aqua Xian - Goodreads

It may be very old, but believe me, the plants haven't changed! Muriel Sweet gives you GREAT information. This is a book for anyone who wants to know the edible plants of the west and what plants NOT ... Read full review

Review: Common Edible Useful Plants of the West

User Review  - Daya - Goodreads

Now how many of us could survive without a grocery store? This book gives us options for the apocalypse. We moronic humans need to remember where our food comes from, and quit relying on pollution-spewing diesel trucks to bring it to us. Read full review

Contents

Introduction
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Shrubs
17
Vines
31
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