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HomeSurvivalFoodEdible Plants

Edible Wild Plants

 

  IMPORTANT NOTES ABOUT WILD EDIBLE PLANTS  

 
  • Be sure of your identification of the wild edible plant BEFORE you eat it! Some wild edible plants have very poisonous look-alikes.
  • You may be allergic to some wild edible plants. If you are at all unsure if you will be allergic to a particular plant, eat just a little bit at first.
  • *YOU* are 100% responsible for properly identifying and properly preparing wild edible plants that you eat. NOT me!
    You should supplement the information on this website with real-life practice at identifying these plants, preferably along with one of the excellent field guides that are available, and with the help of competent people who know plants. See the
    Booklists for more info.
 

For more information on wild plants, please visit my Ontario Wildflowers website

 
Wild Edible Plants

Poisonous Plants

  
If you are going to partake of the edible bounty that Nature provides, you should first the poisonous plants of your area. Then, the worst that could happen from any other plant is that you might be mildly sick if you make a mistake.

For more information about poisonous plants please click here.