Cooking With Wild Foods

Learn how to use wild foods found in your surroundings to make some really tasty dishes the whole family can enjoy.



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Rose hips like these can be found in wooded areas.
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Shellbark hickory can grow to massive heights within the woods and is a great wild food item for the family.
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Cranberries are the perfect way to add some sweetness to any dish.
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These are great examples of both husked and unhusked walnuts.
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Staghorn sumac can be found growing in the wilderness and is a great source of Vitamin C.
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