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The Forager’s Guide to Wild Foods

$16.99

319 color pages, 400 wild foods, plant localization maps for each plant (400 maps), paperback, great print quality, superior plant identification guidelines, recipes for each plant, full page photos of the plants, at least 3 pictures for each plant, medicinal uses.

The Forager’s Guide to Wild Foods is probably the most important thing you want to have by your side when you go out foraging. Maybe there are times when you’re still not sure about a certain plant and you need to consult the book, despite your vast experience. Or maybe you don’t have experience at all and just want to find wild goodies using the book.

This book is the ultimate resource for every home, kept right next to your emergency foods, in your Bug out Bag, on your coffee table, or in your bookcase. You can use this book to put food on your table in case hard times are coming ahead. This knowledge is better at your fingertips now, as you might not be able to get it when you need it the most.

You can also use the book to make your own remedies from plants growing around you. Inside The Forager’s Guide to Wild Foods there are hundreds of medicinal plants and detailed, super simple instructions on how to take advantage of them.

A lot of high-priced foods you find labeled as ORGANIC, are nothing compared to the ones that grow in the wild. Wild foods mean no GMO, no pesticides, herbicides or harmful contaminants. There are no foods healthier than the ones you pick yourself in the wild.

This is FREE food and it’s completely up for grabs.

The plant knowledge is no longer taught as it has been for thousands of generations before us.

If we don’t do something about it, this knowledge will be lost forever and one day we might pay the ultimate price for this.

When you were growing up, it was probably your parents or grandparents that helped you identify your very first berry.

About the authors:

Claude Davis is an old-fashioned guy by any standard. He is fascinated by the old days, when people were wiser, healthier and more independent.

He’s a firm believer of “practice what you preach”, so he has personally built a log cabin where he lives with his wife and two children.

Cooking outside on an open flame, making his own clothes and stockpiling homemade canned foods are just a few of the things he loves doing.

He believes that the teaching of our forefathers can prepare us for anything in life.

After all, a crisis is what people 150 years ago called daily life: no electricity, no computers, no internet, no supermarkets and no pharmacies in sight.

And still they came out on top, otherwise we wouldn’t be here.

Claude considers that lifestyle to be the building block that shaped modern day America and turned young people from softballs to hardened adults, ready to face anything life threw at them.

Nicole Apelian, Ph.D. is an herbalist, author, wilderness skills instructor, TV & Film survival consultant, on-screen TV personality, anthropologist, and biologist. She spent years living in nature with the San Bushmen of the Kalahari Desert, one of the last indigenous peoples who still live as hunter-gatherers. An unexpected diagnosis of multiple sclerosis in 2000 led Nicole to apply her research skills toward her own personal wellness. She focuses on a healthy living strategy, including deep nature connection and gratitude practices. Through changes in her lifestyle, recognizing profound mind-body linkages, and making and using her own herbal remedies, Nicole went from bedridden to being fully alive and from surviving to thriving. She has helped thousands of people treat themselves naturally by following her holistic wellness protocol, including the use of medicinal mushrooms. In 2015 she was among the first women ever selected for the History Channel’s hit TV show “Alone”. Despite having Multiple Sclerosis, she went on to survive solo for 57 days straight in a remote area of Vancouver Island with little more than her hunting knife and the wild foods and medicines she found there. You can learn more about Nicole Apelian on her website, including what she does daily for MS, and about her online herbal apothecary.