Thank you Connie and thank you Sarah for sharing your expertise.
Connie Green's passion for foraging comes through in her writing and her stories of introducing wild food to the Bay Area food community are very engaging.
Beautiful photos, interesting and practical information, and just a heck of a good read!
Very good book with all the information you need to help survive off the wild! Nice pics, and great recipes!Published 5 months ago by B. Little
Great if you are in "the know" for foraging but if not, the ingredients in the recipes are not always available in stores.Published 10 months ago by Jessica Ritter
Beautiful book and fantastic pictures--however it should be called the wild Mushroom table...I challenge the author next time to focus on recipes with dandelion leaf and flowers,... Read morePublished 11 months ago by Jess
We, my wife and I, were given this book as a gift, and what a teat. We live in an area, part of the year, where foraging is pretty easy. Read morePublished 12 months ago by John R. Powell
Wonderful photos and recipes. Just back from foraging for mushrooms and can't wait to try the recipes for chanterelles and hedgehogs.Published 12 months ago by jean m. yarbrough
Very interesting book, I go for longer walks in the woods these days looking for different this I can eat.Published 14 months ago by SJGIII
gret photos, weak on recipes, could have more text on where to find the wild food. I still liked it.Published 14 months ago by Christin Anderson
Those wild plants that are covered by the book are done reasonably well. Many edible plants are not mentioned at all.The format of the book is too grandiose.Published 16 months ago by Samuel Rotenstreich