Food Foraging: Maple Syrup, Prickly Lettuce, and Calamus

This installment of an ongoing food foraging series focuses on maple syrup, prickly lettuce, and calamus, with additional references to dandelion crowns, watercress, and soybeans.



food foraging - acorns
Acorns are perhaps THE emblematic foraged food.
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The leaves of young prickly lettuce plants taste like domesticated lettuce.
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food foraging - calamus
You can make calamus root into candy and tea.
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food foraging - making maple syrup3
A simple system for boiling maple sap into maple syrup.
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food foraging - making maple syrup2
Elderberry branches make good spiles for collecting maple tree sap. The illustration shows the process of hollowing out a branch.
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food foraging - making maple syrup4
The procedure for tapping a maple tree.
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food foraging - making maple syrup1
An assortment of tools needed for making maple syrup.
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