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Source:Amazon UK

Publisher: Survival News Service

Summary

From Amazon :

•Wonderful Guide for wild foods and plants
•Over 100 color photos & many line drawings
•Features toxicity, edibility and identification of dozens of plants
•Includes medicinal uses for the various plants covered
•Includes a Glossary


Where to get it?

Amazon US

Amazon UK


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I give this book 9 out of 10 Acorns.

Another of my collection that I have had since the late 1970's. Lots of dog eared pages on this one.
Really good discriptions and pictures of many wild foods.
 
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