Wild Food Foraging: Juneberries, Wild Onions, Great Burdock and More

Foraging for food is simple when you look around you. Use these recipes to transform wild berries and plants into side dishes and canned jellies.

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The quality of burdock roots is controlled by the age of the plant, the soil balance and the amount of rainfall and cooking burdock roots is a trial-and-error proposition. Sometimes they're tough, have to be boiled a long time and the water changed to make them palatable. 
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