Basic Rules For Foraging
Q: Can you eat these?
A: Yes, these are rosehips.
Springtime is here! The sun is shining, birds are chirping, and wild edibles are starting to pop up throughout the Northern Hemisphere.
It is perfect time to go outside and forage for some free food. Currently we’re seeing lots of dandelion, chickweed, miner’s lettuce, wild mustard, wild peas, and wild onion. These wild greens are not only tremendously nutritious, but they also have new flavors that will make home cooking more exciting.
Sergei made a video with a few tried-and-true, common sense guidelines that all foragers should consider before harvesting wild edibles. This video is a short excerpt from Sergei’s newest film: “Common Weeds And Wild Edibles Of The World.”
Common Weeds And Wild Edibles Of The World is an instructional video on how to safely and sustainably harvest, clean, and prepare the most common wild edibles. In addition to in-depth instruction on how to forage for over a dozen edible plants, this movie also contains many useful tips that will help you reduce your monthly food bill and allow you to enjoy new healthful culinary flavors.
Sergei’s new documentary is now available for sale or rent at the following links:
On Sergei’s website you may purchase an instant digital download for $15.00 or rent it for $7.00.
If you are a member of Food Matters TV, you may purchase it here: https://www.fmtv.com/watch/common-weeds-and-wild-edibles?FMTV=1581.
You can also rent / buy the film on Vimeo On Demand here: https://vimeo.com/ondemand/35894
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