Nature's Garden: A Guide to Identifying, Harvesting and Preparing Edible Wild Plants By Samuel Thayer
By Samuel Thayer
This Wisconsin author's humor and fresh approach to an ancient subject are displayed right away in his introductory "Claimer." There he enthusiastically embraces his book's content and message, encouraging readers to learn about, find and use the plants that he describes and recommends as not just edible, but "foodworthy." Not a field guide, but packed with color photos, this volume thoroughly examines 41 species of wild plants, providing personal insights and tips for identification, harvesting and preparation. Citing age-old traditions of wild gardening, Thayer urges readers to get out and interact with the natural world, observing, "If we are to care for the wild, we must maintain a relationship with it. There is one fundamental way to do this: eating from Nature's Garden." 512 pages. Shipping fee is included (within the contiguous US).
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