A Foraging Field Guide
Learn how to find 37 edible plant profiles of the Pacific Northwest. A beginner-friendly guide to all things foraging, including all the benefits.
With this book you get nutritious and delicious rewards too – included in this guide are 10 creative but simple recipes for the whole family!
Learn how to identify poisonous plants -- and how to treat the symptoms associated with them (for ultimate peace of mind when you’re foraging).
Discover 37 species of edible wild plants as you identify, forage, and preserve nature’s nutritious bounty.
Are you tired of paying rising grocery prices for food that always looks and feels processed?
Are you looking for an alternative yet natural way to source food?
Then it’s time to look towards nature!
That’s right. Open the door to your backyard, and take a good hard look. Take a walk in the forest. Explore the fields.
Nature is exploding all around you.
And something special lurks within this verdant paradise -- tasty edibles just waiting to be foraged.
Experts estimate that there are more than 20,000 species of edible plants in the world... yet 90% of our food comes from only 20 of them.
There are thousands of edible plants out in the wild which are both delicious and nutritious… So why aren’t we eating them?
The Pacific Northwest, with its lush forests and rich habitats, provides the perfect backdrop for numerous species of edible wild plants.
Accessing all this wealth simply requires you to forage.
You must be wondering:
The solution to all your questions can be found here.
In Pacific Northwest Edible Plant Foraging, you will discover:
And much more.
Foraging is a great way to connect with nature in a responsible way: by becoming a part of the ecosystem.
It makes you aware of the nurturing quality of nature, and how you can preserve it for every living being.
Plus, you get nutritious and delicious rewards too – included in this guide are 10 creative but simple recipes for the whole family!
So what are you waiting for?If you’re eager to start foraging for edible plants of the Pacific Northwest in a safe and responsible way, then scroll up and click “Add to Cart” right now.