Edible Wild Plants Wild Foods from Dirt to Plate Volume 1 by John Kallas
Okay, this is my own book. So instead of giving you a review here I will send you to a page that shows what other authors who have read it are saying. This web site has four pages devoted to the book:
Overview – What's the book about? What did I intend to accomplish? The overview is below.
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Reviews – What other authors are saying about the book. Go here for reviews
Uniqueness – How this is ...
Nature’s Garden by Samuel Thayer
An important book for a wild food library. I wish I had Sam's books when I was first getting started with wild foods—my life would have been easier. He has continued to produce some great work and good coverage of a wide variety of plants. At 512 pages Nature's Garden is a great value.
One of the reasons I love Sam's books is that we think alike, have recognized many of the same problems in the wild food literature, and have similar solutions to problems we encounter. That is a good ...
The Forager’s Harvest by Samuel Thayer
An important book for a wild food library. Imagine a wild food book whose author actually has lots of experience with the plants he talks about! And on top of this he is creative and practical — solving problems one might encounter gathering and making these plants into food. Welcome to Sam's world. Like Euell Gibbons, Sam devotes a revealing and memorable chapter to each plant, contributing lots of new and useful information. Going beyond Euell, he illustrates his book with lots of ...