It’s spring time. Foraging season is just around the corner! And most of you are going to make the single biggest mistake new foragers make year after year. You’ve been reading all winter, you’ve got ideas of foraging an entire meal and stocking your medicine cabinet with wild remedies, and a list about three pages […]Read More How to be a better Forager
No forager is fully equipped without one specific tool. Let me start this post by saying, I’m a gear guy. I love trying out new tools, equipment, gadgets and gear. I’m always reading about the next best fishing rod, or cutting edge new arrow heads. I spend more time than I’d care to admit researching […]Read More A Foragers Most Important Tool
Ingredients – 1 cup butter, softened – 1 cup white sugar – 1 cup packed brown sugar – 2 tbsp real maple syrup – 1 teaspoons vanilla extract – 2 eggs – 1 teaspoon baking soda – 2 teaspoons warm tap water – 1/2 teaspoon coarse salt – 2 and 1/2 cups all-purpose flour – […]Read More Most Delicious Cookies Ever to Hit Your Mouth!
Its fall. And once again, one of the most readily available, easy to gather food sources is going completely ignored by most of you adventurers out there! Acorns are all over the place. And this year is a mast year, meaning the crop of acorns is at a cyclical peak. Acorns are the fruiting product […]Read More Acorns – An Overlooked Food Source
One of the easiest, and according to my girlfriend, most enjoyable, wild edibles to harvest is grapes! Vitus Riparia is growing wild all around us. And once you start looking for it, you’ll start to see it everywhere. I have harvested wild grapes all the way up in the northern Minnesota woods, along the […]Read More Grapes, an easy wild edible