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What got you all interested in wild edibles?

 
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I suddenly understood i was interested in wild edibles today.

When planning on turning my urban lot into as close to a food forest as i feel i can get away with, i realized things which grew wild here are a better choice then tomatoes. When growing up, i swear my mom hammered into our heads everything was poisonous so it will be a big change for me to go into the near by forest looking for food to eat and to move to my house.
 
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We used to eat wood sorrel and dew berries when was about 9 years old. I got older and saw a show were a millionaire would go out and be a hobo for a while. He showed how he found wild food everywhere. I was like WOW. Now I want to learn it all.

 
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