There is not a lot of green in the winter. Wild foraging dries up. If you know where to look you can still find winter wild edibles. Today I’ll share with .
1 / Cueillette des herbes sauvages comestibles « mois après mois » - .
An a-z list with pictures and descriptions of common and edible weeds, you can forage so much right from your yard!
cueillette de plantes sauvages (doucette, pissenlit, pâquerette, violette...) par saison
Purslane Cucmber Salad
I have been eating a small amount ( 6 or 8 leaves ) of raw purslane each day for about 2 months now. I have Fibromyalgia. This has helped relieve some of the aches and helped a great deal with the "Brain Fog" associated with Fibro. the plant is very high in omega-3-fatty acids and quite tasty!
homemade dried herbs - I find this very relaxing
lambsquarters- eating it as greens and as grain, high protein content in seeds. Link contains good info from Susan Weed.
AMARATH. Edible parts: The whole plant – leaves, roots, stem, seeds. The Amarath seed is small and very nutritious and easy to harvest, the seed grain is used to make flour for baking uses. Roasting the seeds can enhance the flavor, also you can sprout the raw seeds using them in salads, and in sandwiches, etc. Young leaves can be eaten raw or cooked like spinach, sautéed, etc. Fresh or dried pigweed leaves can be used to make tea.