Are wild lupine roots edible?

Answer According to Sturtevants Edible Plants of the World, the Columbia River Indians used the dried roots of the Lupinus littoralis Douglas, a type of wild lupine, as winter food. Other lupine seeds hav... Read More »

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How to Tell If a Wild Berry Is Edible or Non-Edible?

Many berries that grow in the wild are tasty and harmless if eaten. If you are on a hiking trip or camping in the wild, and stumble upon a bush full of luscious looking berries, you may be tempted... Read More »

What are some examples of edible tap roots?

Carrots, parsnips and turnips are three examples.

Are wild strawberries edible?

yes, when ripe they can taste better than store bought. but they are much smaller.

Are wild blueberries edible?

yes they are extremely edible but need washing first m8 IN ADDITION: First, make sure they're blueberries. There are a few plants that have similar berries and some of these are poisonous if eaten.... Read More »