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  • #16
    Omg... https://pfaf.org/user/Default.aspx

    This is incredible!! I did not know about the existence of such an extensive database. Spend almost half day there. I do not know how to thank you.

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    • #17
      I knew you would like it!

      When I first found that site years ago, I bought lots of paper and printer ink and SMOKED my printer, lol. I now have a huge binder full of useful info about growing and using local wild and domestic plants. pfaf.org is a wonderful springboard for further exploration!

      (Who knew all that about okra, of all things?!)
      Last edited by GrizzlyetteAdams; 01-28-2019, 10:32 PM.
      Genius is making a way out of no way.

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      • #18
        Originally posted by Yenix View Post
        Omg... https://pfaf.org/user/Default.aspx

        This is incredible!! I did not know about the existence of such an extensive database. Spend almost half day there. I do not know how to thank you.
        Here is another resource (hattip Oldbear):

        Food for Free by Richard Mabey. This book is the UK's foremost (and best written) guide to foraging available and is a must for any UK forager, survivalist of bushcrafter."
        Genius is making a way out of no way.

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        • #19
          I enjoy reading, so a set of 4 of Tom Browns books just arrived via Amazon.

          Grizzyette, I looked at the table of content of the Basic Safe Travel and Boreal Survival Handbook and what a great diversity of topics, from developing caches, river crossings, high elevation travel, medical issues, etc. A lot of modern survival books don’t touch some of these subjects. Sounds like a great book.

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