Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants

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Stackpole Books, 1974 - Nature - 256 pages
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Provides over 100 colour illustrations which help identify edible wild plants. This guide shows where to find the plants and offers easy recipes to make from the fruits garnered. Each entry includes family, other names, description, distribution and edibility, with wild foods in alphabetical order.
  

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I LOVE the illustrations in this book - I have a whole shelf of photo-illustrated because I thought they'd be better in the field, but 25 yrs of experience later, I'm much more satisfied with AJA's illustrations. The illustrations are big enough for my aging eyes to see the little details that distinguish between "look-alikes". So I trust this book more than the others - especially when I plan to eat what I pick. I also appreciate the level of description and detail. Can't go wrong with this book. And if you want to lug all the other books, be my guest! 

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User Review  - Bethany - Goodreads

An oldie but goodie! This book has extensive info on where plants are found, what parts to eat, and even how you can cook them. I thought that was the best part of the book in addition to its great color illustrations. Read full review

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Bradford Angier is a seasoned outdoorsman who has lived in many types of wilderness. He is the author of many books on the outdoors, including At Home in the Wilderness, Wilderness Cookery and The Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants.

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