Or think of it this way. If you’re gardening, it’s likely you’re already growing greens of one kind or another. Why not broaden your horizons? The beauty of wild edibles is they grow on their own and need little gardening help from you and me. They’re also packed with vitamins and minerals. Why not include plants like purslane, chickweed, curly dock, wild spinach, sorrel, and wild mustard in your meals for survival?
Get prepared now by getting acquainted with at least 18 wild edible plants in Edible Wild Plants. Start by watching the video below, where Marjory Wildcraft interviews the book’s author, John Kallas.
And for more on how to grow more of your own food with guidance from Marjory Wildcraft, check out Grow Your Own Groceries.