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Wild Foraging

What To Grow In Your Forage Garden

Julia Wasson | Posted 07.08.2016 | Green
Julia Wasson

Pinyon syrup; acorn and cattail crackers; golden currant wine; mountain trout with Manzanita berries and willow bark. Wild-foraged foods are becoming...

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, ...

Seaweed Salad (With the Stuff Washed up From the Shore)

Cathy Erway | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
Cathy Erway

I was at a beach last week and couldn't help but pick up washed-up seaweed. But I have to admit, this was something I had to muster a little courage to eat. I've never picked up seaweed, cleaned it, and eaten it before.

Foraging for Wild Ramps and Incredible Flavor

David Becker | Posted 05.25.2011 | Home
David Becker

Wild ramps are a delicate plant with a strong garlic flavor. One of the last truly seasonal foods available in North America, they go by many names including wild leek, ramson, and ail de bois.

My Morel Hunt

Rebecca Kosick | Posted 05.25.2011 | Chicago
Rebecca Kosick

Last weekend, my guide and I ventured onto someone's forested upper Midwestern property in search of morels. Those earthy, early-spring fungi so special that they sell for upwards of $40/lb.