Nature's Nourishment Recipe Book

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Nettle-mushroom pie with pine nute
Dandelion tempura
Rose hip jelly
Saskatoon berries
Early blue violet
Raspberry
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Nettle-mushroom pie with pine nute
Dandelion tempura
Rose hip jelly
Saskatoon berries
Early blue violet
Raspberry

Nature's Nourishment Recipe Book

16.00

20 Recipes featuring native plants found in the Edmonton Region, with descriptions of 14 common native plants.

Create a variety of appetizers, main dishes, desserts and jellies using common plants found in the Edmonton region, such as Saskatoon, raspberry, dandelion and early blue violet.

40 pages, coil bound booklet

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Nature nourishes us.

Much of the produce that graces our tables and grows in our gardens and fields once great in natural areas in a form that echoes what is found in grocery stores today. Some fruits and vegetables were derived from native plants so long ago they no longer resemble their original form, or these forms no longer exist.

Wild, non-cultivated plants, shrubs and trees sustained generations of Aboriginal peoples, here in North America and throughout the world. Wild foods continue to be an important source of food and medicine for many groups of people worldwide.

Our food comes from nature. Our food relies on nature. We rely on nature!