We got up early on Sunday and went for a little foraging trip to the woods. We found a couple different eatable mushrooms ( which were delicious ), some poor man's pepper, greenbriar, and buckbrush ( we weren't that hungry ) and some delicious ground cherries. Yummy!
are used like a root crop, try digging them, first through the
stickers, then they are tough to get out of the ground, cook like
potatoes or you can make flour from them by chopping up and adding to
water to later collect the starch in the bottom of the water for flour.
Welcome to my blog where I post recent photos of my work and journal about my life as an artist. I live and work in Tulsa Oklahoma. It is from my early life in the mountains that I developed a love of the natural world which now includes vast prairies and endless skies. To contact me about a purchase all in lowercase letters you can write me at margee And then my last name @Gmail
Monday, December 16, 2013
Church and Lunch in the Woods
Posted by Margaret Aycock at 7:35 AM
Labels: buck brush, buckbrush, foraging, gathering, margaret aycock, oxley, oyster mushrooms, wood ear mushrooms, woods
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