A meal for the plucking

Plants You Can Eat in the Wild

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If you run out of food and game while roaming the wilds, fear not. You’ll still be able to make soup, salad, or something akin to coffee. A British Army bushcraft expert walks us through how to spot and eat these five edible wild plants, commonly found in Western and Southern Europe, the U.K., and North America. We recommend avoiding roadside plants that may be coated in grime, and going for something deeper into the bush. Otherwise, here’s what you can snap up on a foraging expedition.

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