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NLR - Foraging the Mountain West


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A guide to harvesting and celebrating nature's abundance.

SKU: V646

Foraging the Mountain West

By Thomas J. Elpel and Kris Reed, 340 pages

Foraging the Mountain West is a guide to harvesting and celebrating nature's abundance. Connect with nature on a deeper level by meeting, greeting, and eating the plants, fungi, and creatures that share the neighborhood. Become a little more self-sufficient, and a lot more aware while reaching out and explore the world with your taste buds and discovering new delights you will never find at the store. This hands-on manual for identifying, harvesting, and preparing real food is written for:

  • Backpackers who would rather bring more knowledge and fewer provisions into the wilderness
  • Homemakers and homesteaders who wants to eat well and spend less
  • Creative chefs who wants to explore new ingredients and impress diners with novel dishes

The authors of Foraging the Mountain West brought together years of experience and fun to show you what, when, where, why, and how to gather wild and feral plants, mushrooms, and neglected wayside crops. In addition, this is a guide for successful fishing without a pole, hunting without weapons, and even shopping without money. This book will help you fill your freezer and satiate your appetite.

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