Category Archives: Wild Food and Medicine Articles

Articles on Identifying, harvesting, and preparing wild foods

Dandelions Gluten-Free Bread Recipe

Gluten free bread can be fresh, delicious, and preservative free. Heres my favorite recipe for making bread that leaves me well satiated with bread goodness, without the allergic reactions!

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Dan De lion live on Ancestral Health Radio!

Hey friends, my podcast interview in Ancestral Health Radio is now live! Huge thanks to James for his great work on this informative podcast…

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Chaga Tea and the Ethics of Wildcrafting

Heres a look at one of my favorite medicinal mushrooms, Chaga, or Inonotus obliquus. Of the several species in the Innotus genus, this is the one in which most is known about.  Chaga comes predominantly off of yellow, and white … Continue reading

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Return to Nature Foragemobile Van Update – November 2016:

  Return to Nature Foragemobile Van Update – November 2016: Blessings brothers and sisters! Heres an update from my progress with crowd funding for a Foraging and Herbalism School on Wheels. This past few weeks, I have been so inundated … Continue reading

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Foraging for Chicken of the Woods (Laetiporus species)

Chicken of the woods is an easily identifiable and safe mushroom to start your mushroom seeking adventures.

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This Weekend – Foraging Classes in Princeton, NJ

Hey Foraging Friends! Foraging the East Coast Continues with another weekend of Princeton Classes. This weekends upcoming classes includes Foraging for Wild Plants and Mushrooms – Princeton NJ this Saturday, and The Yoga of Plants: Ayurveda, Alchemy, and Herbalism – Princeton, NJ … Continue reading

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Pokeweed Preparation in 21 Minutes! – New Video

Pokeweed (Phytolacca americana) is a controversial but medicinal and sometimes edible plant, depending on how correctly it is prepared. This plant can be VERY poisonous and shows up often where people don’t want it to grow, BUT, it has every … Continue reading

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“The Yoga of Plants” – Live Class at The Inner Warrior

Here’s a look from the “Yoga of Plants” workshop at The Inner Warrior in Loiusville, KY, where I gave a talk on determining constitutions of wild herbs by taste based on Ayurvedic constitutional principles and webcasted it live on the … Continue reading

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Wisdom of Wineberries – Foraging for Local “Invasives”

Today we went exploring one of my favorite patches of wineberries. Said to be an invasive plant, I encourage everyone to cross compare that with the idea of shipping the equivalent berry from across the US or even worse, foreign … Continue reading

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Foraging the Prickly Pear Cactus

Prickly Pear cactus (Opuntia humifusa) is surprisingly an incredible edible food.

You may even have it growing on your property, but may have not realized all of its virtues as a food and medicine. In this article I’ll be discussing some of the aspects of this special cactus, which is the only native cactus of the northeastern United States.

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