NEW BOOK:  
Edible Wild Plants & Useful Herbs
Stinging nettle (Urtica dioica) may be eaten eight or nine months a year.  As the season progress clip the top whorl of leaves, they are tender and new.  Saute, stir fry, steam or blend into soups.  Nettles draw minerals from the soil and are an excellent food source of vitamins, minerals and trace elements.
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             CONTENT

Jim Meuninck's new field guide has color photos and identifies 120 edible and medicinal plants.  The book contains Jim's favorite recipes...And it documents Native American, Chinese, Pioneer and modern pharmaceutical uses of wild plants.

Special section on poisonous plants and poisonous look-alikes. New sections explore Jim's favorite edible wild flowers, his favorite wild foods found along the shoreline and in the inter-tidal zones.  Also, discover the benefits of bioflavonoids and other phytochemicals as Jim identifies his favorite wild plants that keep him healthy.

  • Key Benefits...
  • Color photos for accurate field identification.
  • Excellent companion book for his Edible Wild Plants and Trees, Shrubs, Nuts & Berries videos.
  • Indexed, with a huge appendix of recommended books, videos and other wild plant resources.
  • Inexpensive edible wild plants guide with color photos.
    Book/color photos/indexed/copyright 1999 Author Jim Meuninck

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