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This Guy Makes His Meals From Plants Found In Public Parks

The Huffington Post | Casey Williams | Posted 08.15.2016 | Green

When “Wildman” Steve Brill hankers for a fresh meal, he doesn’t go to Whole Foods. Instead, he heads to one of New York City’s public parks an...

Meatless Monday: Better Natured

Ellen Kanner | Posted 07.18.2016 | Green
Ellen Kanner

A couple times a year, I like to swap my stilettos for a pair of hiking boots and lose myself in nature. To celebrate the centennial anniversary of th...

Forage in the Garden, Not in What's Left of the Wild

Lisa Novick | Posted 05.31.2016 | Green
Lisa Novick

Wild foraging is one of the hottest new trends. People are eager to acquaint themselves with the soul of their local terroir. In Southern California, ...

This Interactive Map Will Help You Find Your Next Free Meal

The Huffington Post | Nina Golgowski | Posted 11.26.2015 | Science

The ways we get our food these days sure have changed a lot, with technology dramatically affecting the way we catch or grow our next meal. So isn't ...

'Sirius' About Overcoming Obstacles to Healthy Eating

Sean C. Lucan, M.D., MPH, MS | Posted 06.10.2016 | Healthy Living
Sean C. Lucan, M.D., MPH, MS

But beyond prices paid at the register, when you consider true cost accounting (factoring the value of social, environmental, and health impacts of food production), there is no comparison between healthier and less-healthy food: healthier food invariably wins, hands down.

Invasive Plant Recipe: Japanese Knotweed Fruit Leather

Rebecca Louie | Posted 05.14.2016 | Taste
Rebecca Louie

I've learned that Japanese Knotweed is a delicious edible, tasting of green apples and rhubarb with a light vegetal note.

Foraging: How To Walk On The Wild Side

Stephanie Kordan | Posted 05.14.2016 | Taste
Stephanie Kordan

Eating gourmet wild food at a picnic table under the trees opened my palate and fed my soul.

Why Human Values Vary So Much

Ian Morris | Posted 06.22.2015 | World
Ian Morris

I imagine that most people who read the news every day wonder how anyone could think what Boko Haram and ISIS are doing is right. And yet some people clearly do; the more bigoted, sexist and violent these groups' behavior becomes, the more volunteers flock to their banners. Nothing, it seems, varies quite so much as people's values.

Foraging for the Past

American Food Roots | Posted 11.22.2014 | Taste
American Food Roots

In the nooks and crannies of even the most crowded city, a wealth of wild ingredients waits to be discovered -- and collected.

The Beautiful Life Of A Professional Forager

The Huffington Post | Julie R. Thomson | Posted 08.14.2014 | Taste

You might want to consider a career change.

Accidental Locavore Gathering: Morel Edition

Anne Maxfield | Posted 08.02.2014 | Taste
Anne Maxfield

Foraging for mushrooms is something the Accidental Locavore has wanted to do for years.

An Adventure In Foraging

Liz Neumark | Posted 06.02.2014 | Green
Liz Neumark

I went foraging in the woods of Columbia County and loved every second of it. It appeals to my sense of taste, adventure and frugality.

Eating Wild

Carol Muske-Dukes | Posted 07.13.2014 | Books
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Carol Muske-Dukes

This is the kind of book I love: a "living" book -- a book (like a primer, cookbook, book of hours or a field guide) which teaches something (a craft, a discipline) along with its poetic beauties.

Mushroom Hunting With the Pros

Langdon Cook | Posted 11.05.2013 | Taste
Langdon Cook

Doug has been hunting mushrooms commercially in the Pacific Northwest for 30 years. In recent years I've been roaming with him, meeting the pickers and buyers who work in a hidden economy known as the mushroom trail.

Truffle Hunting

Daniel Klein | Posted 08.20.2013 | Taste
Daniel Klein

How to find truffles (and sell them, and eat them.

How to Make Wild Garlic Bulbet Biscuits

Summer Rayne Oakes | Posted 07.03.2013 | Taste
Summer Rayne Oakes

A a foraged recipe, compliments of pastry chef Sarah Villamere from Langdon Hall in Toronto

Food Curated: Bell & Anchor, A Little Bit of Brooklyn in the Berkshires

Liza de Guia | Posted 08.31.2013 | Taste
Liza de Guia

Mark Firth, the owner and chief farmhand of the Bell & Anchor, "just want(s) to eat well and keep it unpretentious."

The Curious Adventures of Kirk Lombard: Salmon Fishing

Dark Rye | Posted 08.27.2013 | Taste
Dark Rye

The Bay Area's ultimate indie fisherman.

Forage for Your Supper

Summer Rayne Oakes | Posted 08.25.2013 | Healthy Living
Summer Rayne Oakes

As a city dweller of nine years, I've come to realize that I now rely entirely on others to fetch, forage and farm my food. Sure, I cook for myself and grow some key herbs, but besides that, I am completely reliant on others for my daily dose of nutrition.

A Real Slice of Greece

Marisa Churchill | Posted 08.04.2013 | Taste
Marisa Churchill

This was a land beyond deadlines and traffic jams, untouched by tourists and time. You could see it in the landscape and taste it in even the simplest of foods. This was real, this was life, and this was Greece.

Beach Foraging With Maine Chef Andrew Taylor

Sharon Kitchens | Posted 08.03.2013 | Taste
Sharon Kitchens

The latest "trend" in a do-it-yourself/locavore movement "sweeping" the nation, foraging is serious business. Andrew Taylor, chef and co-owner of Eventide Oyster Co. in Portland, Maine, frequently incorporates foraged items into the restaurant's menus.

Foraging Do's And Don'ts

Posted 06.02.2013 | Green

From Mother Nature Network's Tom Oder: A new generation of chefs is taking the farm-to-table trend in local sourcing and sustainability to a new le...

Foraging for Fiddlehead Ferns

Maria Rodale | Posted 07.02.2013 | Healthy Living
Maria Rodale

by guest blogger Tim Mountz of Happy Cat Farm As a farmer I revel in spring, with its quick weather changes, cracking buds, chorus of flowers, and dr...

WATCH: A Woodsy Morel Mushroom Cookout

Posted 04.05.2013 | Taste

It's almost enough to make us want to go camping.

Foraging for Relevancy

John Malik | Posted 11.24.2012 | Taste
John Malik

Candied hickory nuts, huckleberry and toasted chicory on the same plate? Are you kidding me?