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Many common trees have edible parts. Throughout history, countless cultures have survived hard times by eating the leaves, buds, and bark of maple, aspen, birch, and willow trees. In this eBook, Sergei Boutenko shares his knowledge of how to use edible trees as a survival food in a crisis.

For more detailed information on wild edibles, check out Sergei's Completed wild edibles Package (1 HD movie + 10 eBooks): Permies digital market

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