Researchers estimate that eating regionally sourced meals could reduce petroleum consumption by four to seventeen times. wild edibles are a textbook example of local food. If you find weeds growing in the park across the street from your house, you can avoid petroleum expenditure altogether. By walking over to the dandelion patch and harvesting yourself a meal, the only energy expended is your own. In this eBook Sergei Boutenko covers the most common summer wild edibles. Learning to identify these tasty plants will help you spend less money on food and reduce your carbon footprint.