內容簡介 Have you ever wondered if you could eat the mushrooms you see on your hike?Do you ever wish you could live off the land a bit more?Have you ever wondered what it would be like to forage for your own food?If you answered yes to any of these questions, you are going to want to continue reading.Our ancestors didn't have Costco or Walmart to shop at when they wanted something to eat. They had to forage and hunt for the foods they consumed. They ate their food at the peak of its freshness. It didn't travel hundreds or thousands of miles to wind up on a dusty shelf.Sure, this wasn't an easy lifestyle, and the grocery store is more convenient, but wouldn't you like to be a little more self-sustaining?Contrary to what many people may believe, foraging is still a popular thing for some. There are some people who live off of the land completely, and others simply forage to supplement the food they eat. Either way is great. The one thing all foragers have done is learn about wild plants and know how to spot poisonous ones. That's what this book is here to do. Throughout this book you will learn: ★What it means to forage★How to safely and ethically forage for foods★Lists of medicinal and edible plants, and where to find them★Lists of poisonous plants★Recipes for using the plants★The best times to forage★How to identify plants... And much more.Foraging is a rewarding and delicious process. You'll be amazed to find out how many plants around you can be eaten. All of those weeds you have been trying to kill in your yard can make delicious meals. Dandelions, chickweed, and purslane are all easily found in most people's yards, yet nobody realizes that they could have been eating them all along.If you are serious about improving your health and living a more sustaining life, then SCROLL UP AND CLICK "ADD TO CART".