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I started a foraging cooking show on YouTube called: "Wild Edibles Test Kitchen" 🌱

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Hello Everybody,

It's Sergei Boutenko in the house. Look at me go, I'm posting on the Permies cooking forum for the first time ever. 🕺 I have some news to share... Last year I stared a foraging cooking show called: "Wild Edibles Test Kitchen." The premise of this show is very simple: I harvest one wild edibles per episode and then turn it into a tasty/healthy meal.

I hope to accomplish a the following goals with this show:

1.) Dispel fear and show folks how they can safely/sustainably incorporate more wild food (mostly common weeds) into their diet
2.) Walk my own talk more and improve my skills as a wild crafter/cook
3.) Help myself and others save money on groceries (while at the same time eating more nutrient-dense food)
4.) Feed myself and my family while also working and earning a living

As this is a very knowledgeable plant/food/gardening community, I'm curious to get your feedback on the show.  I'm putting my ass on the chopping block (sort of speak) with the hope of creating better value for my viewers.  This project is very much in its infancy and I could use some help working out the kinks.

A few hours ago, I published episode 7 (Prickly Lettuce Soup with Bacon). Give it a peak and tell me what you think!

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Last night's soup was a bunch of tomatoes and a few yellow squash cooked for 30 minutes, then pureed.  Onions, lima beans, a bit of smartweed, periila, and wild lettuce. Seasonings too of course! Oh, and a pound of browned ground beef. Then cooked another 30 minutes.

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