Here in our recipe index, you’ll find my favorite recipes made from whole, homegrown, and wild edible plants. Many of these recipes are made from wild “weeds” and plants that grow in our backyard gardens and in forested areas.
I believe that food IS medicine. Learn how to make delicious edible, medicinal, and healthy recipes with what grows naturally around us.
Don’t wait until you’re sick to try to build up your immunity! This immune boosting tea is made with homegrown and foraged herbs, which are known to aid in the body’s natural defenses. It’s perfect for cold and flu season, but can also be enjoyed year-round.
Taking a relaxing bath is more fun when it comes with a little luxury. Homemade bath melts are easy to make, and they smell so good, too. They’re the perfect indulgent treat for your skin in winter.
This chamomile and oat bath melt recipe is a dream come true for those with sensitive skin, or anyone who appreciates a soothing bath. The infusion of chamomile flowers will soothe the skin, while the oats are calming and soothing. These bath melts make a great gift that will leave the recipient begging for more.
There are many uses for rose hips. Rose hips are an excellent example of nature’s seasonal offerings and can be beneficial in beauty products as well as in nourishing culinary recipes. Check out these 4 easy recipes!
This black walnut tart recipe is a delicious fall recipe made with foraged black walnuts and real maple syrup. With just the right amount of sweetness, it makes for the perfect holiday dessert or Thanksgiving treat.
Chestnuts are unique, delicious and nutritious. Try one of these roasted chestnut recipes for a taste of the season.
Chestnut hummus is the perfect appetizer for Christmas or Thanksgiving. Serve with crudités, crackers or chips as a healthy snack or starter to your holiday party.
Chestnut truffles are a special treat for the holidays. These rich, luxurious bites of pure chestnut flavor are chocolate-covered balls of chestnut puree sprinkled with ground pistachio nuts or coconut.
This crabapple recipe was created as an offering and a way to honor the wisdom and traditions of our ancestors. Enjoy this delicious pastry that captures the essence of crabapple’s beautiful fall fruitiness.
You’ll love this velvety, rich and flavorsome pumpkin spice Moon Milk Recipe. If you love pumpkins then I think you’ll really enjoy this latte full of anti inflammatory spices.
This autumn-spiced pickled crabapple recipe is an excellent and delicious way to use a surplus of crabapples in the fall.
This Savory Summer Vegetable Tart recipe is made with flaky pie crust and fresh herbs, sausage, and a variety of summer vegetables including yellow squash. It is the perfect dish to celebrate the bounty of vegetables in your garden!
This surprising and delicious dessert recipe with yellow squash is our favorite way to eat this summer vegetable. With a creamy custard texture and vanilla flavor, it is sure to impress. Even picky eaters will love it!
With sweet, tangy and spiced flavors, these old fashioned pickled beets are so good that they’ll win over just about everyone in your house.
Learn how to make kimchi with this simple, customizable recipe to power up your gut with good bacteria.