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Click here to get the Complete wild edibles Package!



This video is a product of our community giving them kickstarter love a few months ago. Paul is the "Supreme Executive Producer with Pickles, Ketchup and Sparkles."



Click here to get the Complete wild edibles Package!



The package includes 10 eBooks + the HD Movie:

1.) wild edibles Cheat Sheet (eBook)



2.) Cattails (eBook)



3.) Summer Edibles (eBook)



4.) The Most Poisonous Plants (eBook)



5.) Edible Trees (eBook)



6.) Edible Berries (eBook)



7.) edible flowers (eBook)



8. ) edible grasses (eBook)



9.) winter edibles (eBook)



10.) Tips For Identifying New Plants (eBook)



11.) Common Weeds And Wild Edibles Of The World (HD Movie)



Again, Click here to get the Complete Wild Edibles Package!
 
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If anyone has question about any of these products, I'm happy to answer them. Happy foraging!
 
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Howdy Sergei, does that mean that the film is done?
 
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This looks awesome! What regions does it cover?
 
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Miles Flansburg wrote:Howdy Sergei, does that mean that the film is done?



Yes, because the film is part of the package. Or do you mean the physical dvd or something?
 
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I guess I was wondering if the kickstarted rewards will be coming out soon if the film is done?
 
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Dear Miles,

Yes the film is done! The Kickstarter rewards were sent out last November. If you didn't get them please log into Kickstarter and collect them. I've sent out numerous emails, but sometimes people miss them or they go to the Spam foulder in your inbox. If you still have problems, email me at sergei@sergeiboutenko.com and will get you taken care of.
 
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Louise Baker wrote:This looks awesome! What regions does it cover?


This film covers the most common plants of the world.
 
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I put together this image to further expand on which regions my new movie covers (because pictures are louder that words). The big letters are country codes.
DK-Denmark, DE-Germany, BE-Belgium, SE-Sweden, RU-Russia, AT-Austria, CH-Switzerland, FR-France,
CZ-Czech Republic, NL-Netherlands, SK-Slovakia, and OR-Oregon USA.

When I went to Europe last summer I paid close attention to the weeds that grew beneath my feet. I found many of the same plants abroad as I find in Oregon (where I live).
All of the plants in this poster are discussed in my film Common Weeds And Wild Edibles Of The World.
 
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Aha! I knew I recognised your face from somewhere else Sergei - Powered by green smoothies!!
 
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Mat Smith wrote:Aha! I knew I recognised your face from somewhere else Sergei - Powered by Green Smoothies!!



Mat, busted. You got me.
 
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Here is a short excerpt from my new movie... Some basic rules that all foragers should know:
 
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Any chance of some more details about the books. How long are they? Any chance of seeing a few sample pages?
 
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The ebooks average around 10 pages. Beautiful pictures and detailed descriptions.
Can't wait to watch the video tonight!

Thanks for making this Sergei!

 
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Sergei,

Is this different then the one I watched at FMTV? That was a great film. I would love to buy the ebooks also.
 
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Is this going to be available for sort of "forever-ish"? I don't want to spend too much on books and information and cool stuff all at once.
Thanks
 
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I believe it will be available "forever-ish".
 
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Curtis Budka wrote:Is this going to be available for sort of "forever-ish"? I don't want to spend too much on books and information and cool stuff all at once.
Thanks



Curtis, Forever is a long time, but I'm pretty sure this package will be available for awhile. If and when you decide to purchase my movie and books, I think you'll find a lot of BANG for your buck.
 
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Well I was being a complete skinflint as I've blown far too much money on a ticket to Missoula to visit the lab, so I compromised with a $7 streaming of the Wild Edibles movie. And discovered that the weed that is taking over everywhere every time my back is turned is a form of wild mallow. And it's delicious.

I'm in the process of digging out my blender and tonight is gonna be my first green-smoothie experiment.
 
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Burra Maluca wrote:Well I was being a complete skinflint as I've blown far too much money on a ticket to Missoula to visit the lab, so I compromised with a $7 streaming of the Wild Edibles movie. And discovered that the weed that is taking over everywhere every time my back is turned is a form of wild mallow. And it's delicious.

I'm in the process of digging out my blender and tonight is gonna be my first green-smoothie experiment.



Burra, Fantastic! Picture pleazzzzzzz!
 
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OK, here's some pictures...

This is a rather obvious mallow that is growing in the weed patch outside the door. I took this photo a week ago but never got around to doing a complete identification or checking if it was useful for anything.



Then after watching your video and seeing the shape of the leaves, I thought they looked similar to the rest of the weeds in the weedy patch, but my other half had always declared them to be 'wild geranium' as the leaves look similar, so I'd never bothered to investigate those at all as I was pretty sure geraniums aren't edible. But yesterday I decided to go and have a look.

Here's the patch of weeds - you can see the tall mallow in the background, complete with large-ish pink flowers. But look at the ones in the foreground, with small, inconspicuous flowers.



Here's a close-up of the leaves.



And a seed head, or button, or cheese-wheel, or whatever you want to call it.



Fingers for scale. Also, note the flower near my thumb - completely different to the larger, pinker, more flamboyant flower on the tall mallow at the back of the weed patch.



I ate a few leaves yesterday and really liked them - nice and 'meaty' and mild without a hint of bitterness. Earlier today I picked a load of leaves and, as it was overcast and the newly finished solar-cooker wasn't up to doing much work for us, I laid the leaves on a rack on a tray and popped them in for an hour to dry to see how they went.



Then ground them up a bit so they'd take up less space in storage.





I'm not quite sure what I'm going to do with them yet. Soups? Smoothies? I'm sure I'll have lots of fun experimenting.

I also have a load of lamb's quarters attempting to invade my vegetable garden, though I've always called it fat hen. And I know there's purslane waiting to take over when the weather heats up a bit. And there are some interesting looking thistle-ish sort of plants around too which I'm going to have to investigate tomorrow...



 
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Burra,

I'm impressed! WOWZA! WAY TO GO! love the pictures and the enthusiasm. And your mallow looks vibrant and delicious.
Yes, definitely try it in a smoothie. Mallow leaves make blended drinks very creamy due to the binding agents within it's leaves.
 
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Ah! I recognized your surname because I've read some of his mom's books and seen a few of your videos online. I still eat a lot of the basic raw edibles to this day and use them medicinally sometimes.
 
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I ordered and paid for this complete set but never received anything.
 
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Sergei Boutenko wrote:Here is a short excerpt from my new movie... Some basic rules that all foragers should know:


There is no link here
 
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Cool - just found that the "COMMON WEEDS AND WILD EDIBLES OF THE WORLD" is available to watch with my FMTV subscription!
Will be watching this tonight!!!
 
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just got the whole package, great! I liked the videos on youtube and love wild edible harvesting, thanks for sharing your experience and knowledge Sergei!
 
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Wonderful! Exactly what I'd been looking for. Thank you!
 
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Sergei or others, I wonder if you know anyone from you Czech travels who is interested in staying in a Natural house. So if there's any 'natural' or eco type people let me know. Thanks and click any link from my signature for an example.
 
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