Wild food Foraging: Highbush Cranberry, Barberry, Chickweed and Groundnut

Learn how to forage and cook highbush cranberry, barberry, chickweed and groundnut.



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Nature provides an abundance of food free for the taking. You just need to know where to find it.
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Groundnut tastes like turnips.
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Barberry is a  sour fruit useful for making jam.
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Highbush cranberry has a similar taste to true cranberries, and can be prepared in the same ways.
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Chickweed tastes good and is very nutritious.
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