What if You Need Wild Edible Plants for Your Survival?

Would you know what to do if there were nothing to eat? Let’s suppose food simply isn’t available from supermarkets or other sources we’ve come to depend on. What if you don’t have a garden, or your garden produce isn’t ready? Would you be able to eat plants readily available in your yard or along a roadway or river?

A number of information sources are available to you on the topic of wild edible plants, but one day, if there is no electricity readily available for such things as the Internet, your survival may hinge upon having a book you can hold in your hands and refer to. The same is true if you’re on a hiking trip or wilderness adventure.

One such book is entitled Basic Essentials® Edible Wild Plants and Useful Herbs, by Jim Meuninck, who has studied wild edible plants in a number of countries around the world for over 30 years. This book will help you identify, collect, and eat over 100 of the most nutritious plants in North America.

You’ll also discover ancient pharmaceutical uses for common herbs. The book’s publisher says this book is an information-packed tool for the novice or handy reference for the veteran. It distills years of knowledge into an affordable and portable book. You’ll know how to prepare delicious recipes using your wild harvest, determine the identity of poisonous plants and poisonous look-alikes, and take charge of your personal health by making wild plants and herbs a part of your diet.

Survival means thinking the unthinkable. If you’re faced with starvation, you’ll eat anything; but you’d better know what you can eat. Get Basic Essentials® Edible Wild Plants and Useful Herbs before it comes to that. Click on the title of this book wherever you see it linked in this post. That takes you to the page where it’s featured. Then place your order there.


Author: John Wesley Smith

John Wesley Smith writes and podcasts from his home in Central Missouri. His goal is to help preppers as he continues along his own preparedness journey.