The Encyclopedia of Edible Plants of North America

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McGraw Hill Professional, Dec 2, 1998 - Health & Fitness - 584 pages
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Nature offers a lush variety of healthful, intriguing, and delicious gruits and vegetables that don't require a gardener's green thumb to enjoy, yet most Americans limit themselves to about 60 or so fruits, vegetables, nuts, and grains. From horsetails, ferns, and conifers toshrubs, vines, and herbaceous s pecies, this guide describes how to find, identify and use hundreds of plants as tasty morsels.

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Strictly lists the plant names and how it can be used. NO information to help identify the plants or where to find them, or any details of the plant. Useless unless you already know what the plant is. Read full review

Contents

Lycopods and Horsetails Lycopodiophyta and Equisetophyta
15
Cycads and Conifers Pinopfiyta
24
Flowering Plants Magnoliophyta
38
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About the author (1998)

Couplan is a columnist for several major French nature, health, and cooking magazines, he works with renowned chefs on integrating wild plants into their menus.

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