Articles in Eating Off The Land
Homegrown popcorn is an excellent snack food you can grow yourself!
A delicious recipe for roasted Jerusalem Artichokes (Sunchokes) and parsnips or carrots, tossed with fresh rosemary.
Here’s my favorite way to roast whole winter squashes. Quick, easy, and delicious!
A quick, easy, and delicious way to eat squash fresh from the garden. Even for squash-haters like me.
Creating a garden cookbook was my answer to figuring out how to use our fresh garden produce without ever getting bored of eating the same thing.
Here’s another GREAT way to use up a bunch of fresh lettuce fast! It’s a new favorite for us.
I know. Doesn’t sound very tasty, does it? You’d be surprised at what a few key ingredients can do though! This soup is a great way to quickly use up an abundance of fresh lettuce, and make it into a hearty meal.
I was so excited when I finally learned what the umbrella-like leaves that are popping up all over the forest floor are. Especially that they have edible fruits!!
Dandelions are a great introduction to wild foraging, if you’re new to eating “weeds”.
A delicious, refreshing ice tea made from fresh peppermint and fresh stevia leaves. Gotta love homemade!
Learn how to use this super food as a nutritional and delicious replacement for cornstarch!
Learn to spot the difference between a wild edible and a dangerously poisonous weed. Then try these recipes for wild carrot and Queen Anne’s Lace Jelly!
You better go get them while those purple-red blossoms are still in bloom!! This wild edible isn’t only a wonderful healing herb, it’s also delicious in drinks and salads as well.
Here’s a yummy recipe using a common backyard weed! You gotta try this.
This “weed” is super nutritious, and is packed with Omega-3 fatty acids and tons of essential vitamins. Not only that, but it tastes great, too!! Here’s what I’ve discovered about purslane, and why I won’t be pulling it out of my garden beds anymore!
I’ve always heard that wild strawberries were poisonous, so I’ve been telling my kids not to eat the ones we have growing in our yard. But then I read somewhere that they were actually delicious and safe… so which is it? Here’s what I’ve learned…