#foraging

Since the Gulf oil deliberate 'accident' and the deliberate Fook-em-shima 'accident' and triggered Tsunami..common knowledge now, I have watched.

Fish have been culled in the millions, remember all the mass fish die offs?
Everything will fall.
Dependency is the new norm with poverty as your blanket.

Please put it together, whilst people follow the bullshit of BLM, Q, Qanon etc the world is being terraformed and destroyed to leave nothing for freedom loving humans as the food, wildlife, air, water and shelters are culled.

This is a concerted effort by the Cult.
https://www.bbc.co.uk/news/amp/science-environment-56160756

In other news, Elon lost some change..
https://m.timesofindia.com/business/international-business/elon-musk-loses-15-billion-in-a-day-after-bitcoin-warning/amp_articleshow/81165616.cms

From earlier in the year..Irish farmers speak out.
It's the same everywhere upon the planet.
https://youtu.be/CNiSsehKavs

Survival technique(noone left behind):
https://youtu.be/KPrATJ-u5Rg

Foraging:
https://www.wildedible.com/foraging

https://www.wildfooduk.com/wild-plant-guide/

https://www.woodlandtrust.org.uk/visiting-woods/things-to-do/foraging/

Look to the future, live free, stay hidden, quiet and experience.

Future travel, only for those who comply and consent.
https://www.thestreet.com/.amp-mishtalk/mishtalk/economics/no-recovery-in-international-flights-or-domestic-hotels-for-years-to-come

Lest we forget the deporations, mass arrests of leaders etc, murder and SILENCE.
IT IS HAPPENING GLOBALLY.
THEY ARE ALL IN IT TOGETHER....ALL.

It's almost here:
https://youtu.be/S3lbfiFBENY

Much L❤️VE

Johnny❤️

2 months, 2 weeks ago

This is a rather handy thing to have, let alone take preparations and time to harvest and take them home to dry and be used later on as simple effective firestarters.

This particular skill can be considered primitive or bushcrafty. But then again, I never claimed to be a bushcrafter nor survivalist type of person.

Just using what I find to be handy for the field and given it's a dead tree, mind as well make the most of it.

White Paper Birch Burns well.

3 months, 3 weeks ago

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Early morning walk for some fruit.

Well, they make it hard for us to eat unless we put a muzzle on to enter their shops. However, this can never be denied... the planet does not belong to them. They may have created the shops, the towns, the cities and they may falsely claim the land but they didn't create the trees and plants nor God's fruits and the harder they attempt to push us into submission the more this will become apparent.

There is more than enough for us all to eat well on this planet. Don't be fooled by this over-population myth. If those behind that agenda, like Bill Gates, didn't hoard their wealth then there would be plenty for us all provided by Nature. Those claiming there are too many people on this planet should do us all a favour and volunteer to go first.

6 months, 3 weeks ago

Foraging Fruit

In Today's video, Paul returns to the abandoned orchid near the old Site C, and starts to scrump plums, apples, blackberries and sloe.

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Foraging Fruit

6 months, 3 weeks ago

Follow uber myco visionaries GARY LINCOFF and LARRY EVANS on a hunt for wild mushrooms and delve into the deeper cultural experiences attached to the mysterious fungi. Gathering and Foraging is a survival skill that many humans have lost in the past 50 years or so. Anywhere in the world where you have moderate to heavy rainfalls, you will have an abundance of mushrooms and fungi. They are great for eating, all you need to learn is where they grow, and which ones are safe to eat. There are also around 480 species with medicinal properties, and a handful of species with mind opening, psychedelic attributes. This a fun and educational video that most viewers enjoy and even learn a little knowledge. It was filmed in and around the 27th Annual TELLURIDE MUSHROOM FESTIVAL in Telluride, Colorado back in 2007.

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The Joy of Foraging: Gary Lincoff's Illustrated Guide to Finding, Harvesting, and Enjoying a World of Wild Food [2012] - Gary Lincoff (Ebook)
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7 months ago

Learn how to forage and cook with wild persimmons! Another episode in our wild edibles series, in this video we discuss how to identify wild persimmon trees, how to pick ripe fruit, and how to process and eat them. These fall fruits are delicious and don't last long, so grab a container and let's go see what we can find!

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7 months, 2 weeks ago

Today Paul Shows you how to identify wild garlic, a very useful and versatile plant you can use for home remedies as well as adding flavour to meals.
This video is filmed over a few months so you can see all the stages of growth from the wild garlic

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Identifying wild garlic

9 months, 3 weeks ago

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This channel is dedicated to providing you useful information about the edible and poisonous wild plants and mushrooms that grow in the UK.

Wild Food UK run foraging courses in many parts of the UK, so get in touch if you are interested in learning more.

10 months ago

(Note: Make sure your dandelion plants haven't flowered yet for the best flavor of the greens. The thumbnail is just clickbait.)
My past attempts at cooking wild dandelion greens have been failures so far. The greens usually turn out bitter and too stringy to eat. For this attempt I stripped out the tough center stems of the dandelion greens, sauteed them in olive oil, and served them with balsamic reduction and olive oil. The greens were surprisingly palatable using this method of cooking and hardly any bitterness was left in the greens.

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10 months, 2 weeks ago

Are you thinking about raiding Nature's pantry? Here are four (okay, five) simple reasons for why everyone should forage and the best practices to keep in mind.

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11 months, 1 week ago

I was about to leave but this literally made me stay back an extra day as my migraines have been downgraded to headaches. I still cannot get a good sleep

This should all be basic education and public knowledge, this knowledge could save world hunger and eradicate most disease if we stopped using radio aswell.

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1 year ago

I just wanted to do a quick video on making a cup of dandelion "coffee". It's not actually coffee, as the drink has nothing to do with coffee beans. But it is very coffee-like and can be used as a substitute. Plus, it's free and has no caffeine. This is just one method of making a small amount. There are other ways to do it. For instance, if you want to do a whole bunch, it might be wise to use a food processor to grind up the roots and to roast them in the oven. These same methods can be used to make chicory "coffee" too! (using the roots of the blue flowered plants, or chicory, one often sees along highways).

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1 year ago

Sinapis arvensis is a wild relative of yellow mustard. Although this species is edible, it is not as tasty as other wild mustards. The stems and young leaves are covered in rough spines and the tougher leaf stems should probably be removed before cooking. Always make sure you're 100% certain of the identity of the plant before eating wild edibles to avoid potential risk of poisoning.

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1 year, 4 months ago

Back in September 2018, I harvested some wild redroot amaranth from Belleview Park in Steubenville, OH. This species has tasty greens that can be cooked like spinnach, but the hard, black seeds can also be popped like popcorn. Since this was my first attempt, the process took much longer than it could have. In the growing season of 2019, I grew this same plant again in my garden along with some more thoroughly domesticated species of amaranth. The grain yields for wild redroot amaranth are small in comparison to more domesticated species. I only got 2.3 ounces of seed from 28 redroot amaranth plants while I got 5.3 ounces of seed from my Burgundy amaranth (A. hypochondriacus) during the same year from only 16 plants.

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1 year, 4 months ago

Have you ever wished there was a citrus fruit that you could find outside of Florida? Well, this is for you! Today we're talking about the Flying Dragon Fruit, otherwise known as a trifoliate orange tree (not to be confused with the regular (non-flying) dragon fruit which is a tropical fruit). The trifoliate orange is a hardy citrus that can grow outside up to USDA hardiness zone 6. Check out this video to learn more about this unique plant and fruit.

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1 year, 6 months ago

It's been dry for the last several weeks, and unseasonably hot, with just some drizzle coming finally this morning. We are experiencing what they call a high-moderate drought. So I did not think we would get any puffballs this year. Or at least nothing worth trying to eat. But I got lucky and came across these while doing my daily hike. I just wanted to demonstrate a quick way to fry and eat these that I like to do.

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1 year, 7 months ago

I was performing my daily anti-flab hiking, and decided to film cooking some milkweed. As usual, cheap phone with a crappy camera. My bad.

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1 year, 9 months ago

Always Be SAFE And Sure Of What You Forage!

We find Yellow Wood Sorrel and Spiny Thistle.
Spiny Thistle is incredibly useful and sorrel has to be eaten in small quantities.

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1 year, 10 months ago

I had a plethora of wild violets in my backyard that I didn't want to mow down, so I put them to use instead! It turns out that there's quite a few things that can be done with violets (come visit the blog, link below!), so there will need to be a part two next year! For now, I give you the five things I did with my wild violets.

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1 year, 10 months ago

Hello everyone! This video will give some information on four common wild edibles and why you should bother learning them and eating them! I hope you enjoy this video as much as you did the mushroom foraging one!

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2 years, 11 months ago