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.
A new twist on traditional blueberry shortcake. Impress your guests with this super easy and delicious blueberry dessert.
If you haven’t been eating weeds, you’re missing out, especially when it comes to dandelion. Try these 22 dandelion recipes!
May wine recipe traditionally served in the spring on Beltane or the May Day holiday.
Enjoy this recipe for bannocks, and may they bring you abundance and prosperity in the coming year!
Here are 21 delicious Beltane recipes that help you capture the essence of this magical time of year as you celebrate.
There are many amazing and unique ways to use fiddleheads. Here are 10 fiddlehead recipes for when you have an abundance of this awesome wild plant!
There’s no need to buy store-bought sodas when you can make your own homemade fermented sodas at home with ginger bug. This free-range culture is easy to catch and maintain so you can make probiotic sodas all year round.
I’ve gathered twenty-five recipes from people around the country who are using wild edible weeds in ways that will surprise and delight you.
This evergreen forest bath salt is my very favorite bath soak recipe for winter. Luxurious Dead Sea salt is combined with other therapeutic salts along with the grounding and antimicrobial nature of pine needles, cedar, juniper, and sage for a relaxing bath.
Try this easy homemade mulling spices recipe to add to apple cider or wine for the perfect winter or holiday drink.
Today we are sharing a recipe for soul cakes to help you get into the “spirit” of Samhain, Halloween, All Saints’ Day, or All Souls’ Day! These yummy treats will have your taste buds tingling and your soul bursting with joy.
It’s the time of year when butternut squash is in season and it’s a perfect time to make this recipe for butternut squash pie! It’s creamy, sweet, and delicious. Perfect for Thanksgiving or any holiday get-togethers with friends and family. We’re gonna show you how to make it step by step so that you can enjoy this dessert too!
Try this delicious savory zucchini pie recipe made with Bisquick or other all-purpose baking mix.