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I live in the pacific northwest, and have somewhat limited knowledge of the edible diversity that surrounds us here, but all in all I am able to do some foraging, and find quite a few very yummie forest foods. This book would be a treat to own for sure!
 
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Sokota Ireland : Try again, I didn't realize you were even writing about Thomas Elpels Book ! Big AL
 
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Sokota,

As I understand it, you need to ask me questions to win a copy of Botany in a Day. Please do fire away!

Sincerely,

Thomas J. Elpel
http://www.GreenUniversity.com
 
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