Originally I’m from the Chicagoland area, where the woods, rain, and snow are more than plentiful. The conditions in Illinois were perfect for puffballs. I know some of you are thinking it sounds like something that comes out of a fairy’s butt, but puffballs are actually an edible giant mushroom, often growing the size of […]
Milkvetch is one of the first wildflowers on the spring scene, and has earned my respect as the hardiest of the hardiest.
This recipe is a fun foragers treat for St. Patty’s Day or Easter, and is very budget friendly.
Learn how to identify this extremely useful and weedy wildflower that is both edible and medicinal.
Wild greens are a great replacement for traditional basil, and you can’t beat the cost of a free garden weed. If you find yourself in a pinch, give this wild pesto recipe a try.
We’ve all got in-laws and relatives that send our heads spinning. Meet one of mine and follow along in future posts to see how I deal with her!
Learn what makes Rocky Mountain Bee Plant a true friend and life saver for both humans and bees. Then learn how to identify it in the wild.
If you want to support your health and give your mind a boost, gobble up all your purslane weeds! Get this southwestern salad recipe made with wild greens, nectarines, and jalapeno. It also features a southwestern staple: sunflower oil.
This common weed is found through-out the world. Learn how to identify common purslane – a tasty, edible and medicinal plant with a sugar snap pea flavor!
What would the sunflower people say?