Hen of the Woods & Other Wild Foods and Medicines

Hen of the Woods Other Wild Foods and Medicines A lively and entertaining tour through the wild with Steve Brill as he shares tips on foraging in densely populated areas like New York s Central Park and rural areas throughout New England We will fo

  • Title: Hen of the Woods & Other Wild Foods and Medicines
  • Author: Steve Brill
  • ISBN: 9781620643464
  • Page: 252
  • Format: Audio CD
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    A lively and entertaining tour through the wild with Steve Brill as he shares tips on foraging in densely populated areas like New York s Central Park and rural areas throughout New England We will follow the seasons wild ramps in the spring, the first mushrooms of summer, and in autumn, wild edible berries in Central Park than you ll find at your local supermarket A lively and entertaining tour through the wild with Steve Brill as he shares tips on foraging in densely populated areas like New York s Central Park and rural areas throughout New England We will follow the seasons wild ramps in the spring, the first mushrooms of summer, and in autumn, wild edible berries in Central Park than you ll find at your local supermarket and we haven t even mentioned wild nuts yet chestnuts, walnuts, hazelnuts Steve will provide the historical background of these plants and their various uses by American Indians to early settlers and their current medicinal uses today He will also give listeners tips on how to cook with these plants at home.

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    • Leslie says:

      In the early 1980s Steve Brill began taking small groups on nature walks through the parks of New York. He would point out various edible plants and berries and encourage his group to try foraging. He coexisted peacefully with the park district until undercover park rangers infiltrated his tour. He was arrested for removing vegetation from the park, that is, he ate a dandelion. The media got hold of his story and it spread like wildfire hitting the national news in days and landing Steve on loca [...]

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