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There are many reasons I enjoyed the book. So allow me to save you the time and highlight what I enjoyed.
She talks about the benefits of plants. Read more
This is not a forage guide book and that is why I did like it. There are too many edible plant guide books out there already. Read morePublished 5 months ago by daughternature
Another good book for learning about things around us that are edible, and cheap. Pay attention though not to eat what you do not know.Published 7 months ago by Robena D. Robinett
Good info on Ms. Lerner's journey but little to guide us city dwellers as we forage forward into the future.Published 11 months ago by V. Judy
It has been a long time since I have been this pleased with a book purchase. The author takes you through her journey of ignorance to several aspects of our natural world, imposed... Read morePublished 11 months ago by 'deaux
This is a book I might not have picked up, as I'm usually drawn to fiction or historical nonfiction. So thank goodness I did, as I would have truly missed out. Read morePublished 12 months ago by Katherine E Sinnott
When I tell someone I need to go forage it usually means I forgot my lunch and I need to see what the coffee shop has that can be made into a meal, for Rebecca Lerner it means... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Diana
This book was a very good read. It was entertaining, informative and thought provoking. Everything a really good book should be. Read morePublished 14 months ago by Library Lady
A sincere effort to express the foraging philosopy that just misses for me. The writer's essays are too personal, have an anecdotal feel but lack the detail to convey the nature of... Read morePublished 15 months ago by E. Saltbush