Wednesday, November 24, 2010

Harvesting Wild Foods in Autumn

Fall is one of the best times to harvest wild foods. Biting insects and other woodland pests are less of a problem and in many areas dense undergrowth is reduced after a frost.

 Some of the most popular wild foods of the Eastern U.S. include several kinds of greens, tea berries, sassafras roots, ginseng, persimmons, walnuts, pecans, chestnuts and other delicacies.

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