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Merely getting to chapter 4 of 14 was utterly *PAINFUL IT S OFTEN UNCLEAR WHO IS THE NARRATORAUTHOR *It s often unclear who is the narratorauthor to us There is a LOT of repetition especially with regards to the dangers involved in foraging It seemed wise to mention at. Whether you’re a hiker taking a walk through your ocal wilderness or a chef ooking for new ingredients to incorporate in your dishes Foraging for Survival is the book for you As consumerism and a meat heavy processed diet become the norm and
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THEN SPRUCED AROUND CHAPTER SPECIALspruced around chapter 1 Special but thereafter it became a tad frustrating If you think s our responsibility to be cautious with the information you re eventually going to share with. Of food ies in the wild foods of times spanning back to before the mass agriculture system of today People have become distanced from the very systems that provide their food and younger generations are increasingly unable to identify even the trees in their backyards In response Boudreau and Hawke have provided a compendium of wild edible plants in North America Foraging for Survival is a comprehensive breakdown of different plan.