Foraging for Pine Needle Vinegar

Are you looking for more winter items to forage for free and satisfying food? Foraging for wild food is fun and satisfies a primal gathering, human need. Pine needles no longer need to be a hassle in the wintertime. They fall and coat walkways, leaving a slippery mess. Harvest some of the pine needles and make them into a delicious and earthy pine needle vinegar. Continue reading

Edible Field Garlic

All across the country, wild and edible field garlic pops up in small green tufts. It’s hearty, resilient and easy to identify. It’s edible right out of the ground, but you can clean it, cook it or add it to soups and salads. Field garlic is not native to North America and in a few states it’s an invasive species that flavors cow’s milk in an unappetizing way. Eating this free resource is good for your local environment! Continue reading