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Edible Plants of New York: Why violets are more nutritious than spinach 

Wild plants are some of the most exciting foods to eat. They are free, nutrient-dense, and fun to gather. In particular during the late spring, leafy greens and flowers are on the menu. Have you ever eaten from a place other than a grocery store, a restaurant, or a deli? Do you know who yourContinue reading “Edible Plants of New York: Why violets are more nutritious than spinach “

Edible Plants of New York: Why I think garlic-mustard is one of the best underestimated superfoods

Garlic-mustard is one of my favorite plants. A great resource to learn more about local plants in northeast North America, is GoBotany! Here is some ways that the organization describes garlic-mustard: Latin name: Alliaria petiolata (Bieb.) Cavara & Grande Facts: Garlic-mustard is an invasive species originating in Eurasia and rapidly spreading through much of North America. It was originally imported inContinue reading “Edible Plants of New York: Why I think garlic-mustard is one of the best underestimated superfoods”

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