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  • Wood Sorrel

    This another wild edible that grows in my area. It should not be eaten in large amounts because it contains oxalic acid.

    http://www.wildfoodforagers.org/woodsorrel.htm


  • #2
    Stuff it in a cleande fish's body cavity and cook in the coals! Excellent eating, and no clean-up.

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    • #3
      Good info. Thank

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      • #4
        WARNING! The link given contains a virus.

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        • #5
          I currently have the more common 'Yellow Wood Sorrel', as well as the rarer 'Red Wood Sorrel' growing on my property.

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          • #6
            Thanks for the heads up. Is there any way a moderator can please delete the link?

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