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    Foraging has been something I have been learning about. When I went to the mountains, I saw wild onions, rose hips, wild spinach, wild lettuce, pine needles, I saw an herb ( a legal herb) with a small yellow flower...Darn lol I can't remember the name of it. Saw some hog tracks, didnt catch a fish though.
    Thats just the little bit Ive learned and put to practice. I would like to learn more. Are there any good books? For beginners? In depth? Nice clear pics to help identify?

    It was Wild Parsely.


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    There are a series of books called Petersonís Guides that I find helpful.
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    What he said.

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    I like the Peterson guides. I have one about rocks and another about medicinal plants and herbs. Is there a separate for foraging? I know the medicinal plant guide tells what the plants can be used for. Is there another guide I am missing?

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    Edible Wild Plants: A North American Field Guide to Over 200 Natural Foods


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