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Think about the plants that grow wild in our backyard. How much do you know about any of them, other than they don’t look uniform with the grass and other plants you’re likely tending? But does that mean they’re not worthy of your attention? Fortunately—no. In fact, those other-looking plants are ones you should be turning to for unexpected dietary benefits.
Many plants that we currently consider weeds are actually edible and delicious, packed with vitamins and nutrients. They also help to increase the diversity of our eating options—something that’s become of ever more importance. That’s because the circle of what we’re eating is smaller and smaller thanks to the push to create uniformity in our diets.
Before you go plucking just anything, though, learn what’s edible and what’s dangerous. This graphic can help.
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And, oh yes, just this week:
Local gardener and author Celeste Longacre recommends these as wondrously healthful snacks - click on the link above for her latest blog.