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Wild edibles are free and nutritious. Common Weeds And Wild Edibles Of The World is a how-to film about foraging. It will teach you how to safely and sustainably identify, harvest, and prepare some of the most common, most delicious wild-growing plants. I've traveled to 67 countries and have been able to find most of the greens discussed in this movie on the ground. Plants like lambs quarters, common mallow, dandelion, purslane, salsify, and many more. I hope this video helps you eat the weeds in your neighborhood. And remember, don't eat something if you don't know what it is: 🤍 #WildEdibles #Foraging #BoutenkoFilms HAPPY FORAGING! 🎥 MORE FORAGING VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE: Sergei's latest foraging tour: 🤍 Dandelion Root Coffee: 🤍 Backyard Foraging: 🤍 Common Weeds and Wild Edibles of the World: 🤍 Mushroom Hunting For Chanterelles, Lion's Mane & More: 🤍 Morel Mushrooms: 🤍 Don't Eat Something if You Don't Know What it is: 🤍 More Foraging: 🤍 📚RECOMMENDED READING: My book (Sergei Boutenko): 🤍 Nature's Garden by Sam Thayer: 🤍 Forager's Harvest by Sam Thayer: 🤍 Incredible Wild Edibles by Sam Thayer: 🤍 Edible Wild Plants: Wild Foods From Dirt To Plate by: John Kallas: 🤍 Discovering Wild Plants by Janice Schofield: 🤍
Food is growing freely and abundantly all around us, but many of us walk past this food every day without ever noticing. In this video I share 11 easy plants to help you begin foraging along with some of my basic tips to help you comfortably get started. I’m here to help you realize that our food doesn’t have to come from the grocery store. It can come from our own communities and we can produce and harvest our food in a sustainable manner. Here is the list of plants in this video: 🤍 See my beginner’s guide to foraging: 🤍 Find a forager to learn from in your region: 🤍 Edited by Daniel Saddleton 🤍 Filmed by Ornella Le Rouzic - 🤍ornellalr on Instagram - 🤍 Rob Greenfield’s work is Creative Commons and this content is free to be republished and redistributed, following the terms of the creative commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 license. Learn about Creative Commons and see the guidelines here: 🤍 — Rob Greenfield is an activist and humanitarian dedicated to leading the way to a more sustainable and just world. He embarks on extreme projects to bring attention to important global issues and inspire positive change. 100% of his media income is donated to grassroots nonprofits. His YouTube channel is a source to educate, inspire and help others to live more sustainable, equal and just lives. Videos frequently cover sustainable living, simple living, growing your own food, gardening, self-sufficiency, minimalism, off the grid living, zero waste, living in a tiny house and permaculture. Find Rob Greenfield on: Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 🤍RobJGreenfield Facebook: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 🤍RobJGreenfield — Help us caption & translate this video! 🤍
This season covers almost 13 Common Wild Edibles: How to identify them, Where to find them, and How to eat them! Yum! Table of Contents: 1. Dandelion Coffee 2. Sumac- Bush Lemonade 3. Chicory Coffee 4. Mint Tea & Iced Tea 5. Mint Dessert 6. Plantain Ointment 7. Wild Apple Cider 8. Wild Apple Syrup 9. Wild Grape Juice 10. Hawthorn Berries 11. Black Walnuts 12. Rose Hip Tea 13. Yellow Birch Tea Season 2- 🤍 Season 3- 🤍
The Isle of Man is heaven for foragers, like Pippa Lovell. The young chef runs the Irish Sea island’s highly-acclaimed Versa restaurant. She cooks solely with the ingredients nature has on offer; those that she can forage on her own from the island’s biodiversity. The menu changes weekly, depending on what ingredients Pippa Lovell is able to collect. Her philosophy: “If it’s not available, it’s not available." #Foraging #IsleOfMan #DWFood Subscribe to DW Food: youtube.com/DWFood?sub_confirmation=1 DW Food brings you the perfect blend of culinary trends, easy DIY recipes, exciting food secrets & a look behind the scenes of Europe’s culinary culture.
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We process wild black bear meat into edible portions and cook it bushcraft style over an open fire. We also catch and smoke fish in a primitive smoker. We use live alder branches and leaves to add great flavor to our fish. We cook all these over open fire using primitive cooking techniques. Turn on cc for captions. Website: 🤍 FULL PLAYLIST: 🤍 MEDIA Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Merch (t-shirts): 🤍 Become part of MY TRIBE: 🤍 POND SPONSORS - Lyndon Trout Pond: 🤍 - The Dug Out Dude: 🤍 - Pelican Kayaks: 🤍 SPONSORS - Woodobo Spice: 🤍 - Trail Cameras (Browning): 🤍 - Flashlights (O-light): 🤍olightworld.com [use code "woodbeard" for 10% off] Olight USA: 🤍 Olight Canada: 🤍 - Slingshots, slingbows (Simpleshot): 🤍?aff=46 - Camo (ASAT): 🤍asatcamo.com [se code "WoodBeard" to get 10% off] CABIN SPONSORS - Norwood Portable Sawmill: 🤍 - Eastonmade Wood Splitter: 🤍 - Briggs and Stratton: 🤍 - Vic West (Roof): 🤍 - inergy (Solar): 🤍 #wildernessliving #survivalchallenge #wildfoods
Hey folks, in this episode of the Northwest Forager I'm challenging myself to foraging up a wild soup here on the farm. Challenge may it be that its officially winter time and I'm not yet familiar with what wild edibles can be found here. Thank you to Pearl and Sydney for freezing with me in this adventure! Please consider supporting me on Patreon - 🤍 My book, The Northwest Forager's Pocket to Wild Edible Plants is available on Etsy - etsy.com/shop/thenorthwestforager Purchase the book "Edible Wild Plants, Wild Foods from Dirt to Plate" by John Kallas: 🤍 🤍thenorthwestforager.com
Some see a lawn, I see nature’s salad bowl! Spring has arrived in Western North Carolina and across much of the world. There's not a lot of green on the trees yet, but there is a lot of green on the ground and a lot of that green is edible! Rob Greenfield walks through his neighborhood and shares six spring plants that you can easily identify and forage for some delicious and nutritious springtime food. You can eat these greens fresh from the yard. You can take them home, put them in a salad. You can sauté them. You can save them for later by freezing or drying them. Whatever you do, just make sure you get out foraging. Rob likes to say eat one wild thing a day, something he’s learned from many of his foraging friends. 1. onion or chives 2. dandelion 3. dead nettle 4. plantago/ plantain 5. garlic mustard 6. stinging nettle Produced by Rob Greenfield and Jameson Johnson Filmed by Jameson Johnson Edited by Max Anderson Rob Greenfield’s work is Creative Commons and this content is free to be republished and redistributed, following the terms of the creative commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 license. Learn about Creative Commons and see the guidelines here: 🤍 — Rob Greenfield is an activist and humanitarian dedicated to leading the way to a more sustainable and just world. He embarks on extreme projects to bring attention to important global issues and inspire positive change. 100% of his media income is donated to grassroots nonprofits. His YouTube channel is a source to educate, inspire and help others to live more sustainable, equal and just lives. Videos frequently cover sustainable living, simple living, growing your own food, gardening, self-sufficiency, minimalism, off the grid living, zero waste, living in a tiny house and permaculture. Find Rob Greenfield on: Website: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 🤍RobJGreenfield Facebook: 🤍 YouTube: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 🤍RobJGreenfield —
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In our survival challenge, we seek out the 9-banded armadillo which is very abundant in Texas. We manage to sneak up on one with a catch net, but I miss and it runs away. It is very hard to catch armadillo, but we do eventually managed to do so. We prepare the armadillo by cooking it in a stew, bushcraft style. We couple the stew with corn cakes made fresh on site. We end up making a very delicious bush meal over an open fire in the woods. Wes S: 🤍 FULL PLAYLIST: 🤍 MEDIA Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Merch (t-shirts): 🤍 Become part of MY TRIBE: 🤍 POND SPONSORS - Lyndon Trout Pond: 🤍 - The Dug Out Dude: 🤍 - Pelican Kayaks: 🤍 SPONSORS - Woodobo Spice: 🤍 - Trail Cameras (Browning): 🤍 - Flashlights (O-light): 🤍olightworld.com [use code "woodbeard" for 10% off] Olight USA: 🤍 Olight Canada: 🤍 - Slingshots, slingbows (Simpleshot): 🤍?aff=46 - Camo (ASAT): 🤍asatcamo.com [se code "WoodBeard" to get 10% off] CABIN SPONSORS - Norwood Portable Sawmill: 🤍 - Eastonmade Wood Splitter: 🤍 - Briggs and Stratton: 🤍 - Vic West (Roof): 🤍 #wildernessliving #survivalchallenge #wildfoods
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The Wilderness Living "Survival" Challenge is not actually a standard "survival challenge," but more like a test of the modern gatherer to sustain himself on wild foods only. We will weight ourselves at the start of the challenge and then weigh-out at the end. If we lose any weight at all, we lose the challenge! Last season of The Wilderness Living Challenge brought Zach Fowler to Ontario, Canada on my home turf, but this time we are in Zach's home turf of Maine, USA. The point of all this is simple, gain or maintain body weight only catching cooking our own food. Last season was our best so far, we managed to get all sort of wild foods from beaver to bear, duck, grouse, and more, but will it be as epic this time around? This is a coastal survival challenge! First we seek out alewife or river herring in order to bait our lobster traps. But after we run out of time, we are left only with bait. The lobster traps will need to stay out in the ocean for at least two nights. The basic idea is to trade a very bony bait fish for something much more palatable, wild, fresh caught lobster. Local, organic, wild-harvested northern waters fish paté...with subtle creek flavor notes. In this first episode of our wilderness survival challenge we search out lobster and alewife or river herring. We'll use dip nets and lobster traps in a motor boat to try to balance out our calories. Check out Zach Fowler: 🤍 Follow along as we struggle to get wild foods! I am joined by Zach Fowler on his home turf in Maine, USA in the spring. Here, we plan to do Season 5 of The Wilderness Living Challenge. The goal of the challenge is to gain or maintain our body weight eating only the wild food we can collect on site using whatever means necessary. Winning the Wilderness Living Challenge is harder than it seems. Season 5: Maine Spring, takes place in Maine, USA with coastal food priorities including fish, clams, crab, seaweed, groundhog, pigeon, turkey, dandelion, cattail, and whatever else is edible! Nothing is off the menu, if it's edible, we'll eat it. We make use of all the resources in this challenge to meet the demands for calories imposed by the human body! MEDIA Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Merch (t-shirts): 🤍 Become part of MY TRIBE: 🤍 SPONSORS - Woodobo Spice: 🤍 - Trail Cameras (Browning): 🤍 - Flashlights (O-light): 🤍olightworld.com [use code "woodbeard" for 10% off] - Slingshots, slingbows (Simpleshot): 🤍?aff=46 - Camo (ASAT): 🤍asatcamo.com [se code "WoodBeard" to get 10% off] CABIN SPONSORS - Norwood Portable Sawmill: 🤍 - Eastonmade Wood Splitter: 🤍 - Briggs and Stratton: 🤍 - Vic West (Roof): 🤍 Minnow SMOOTHIES in SURVIVAL CHALLENGE (BAD START)! | Day 1 of 7 of Wilderness Challenge
Today we're cooking real dishes from Legend of Zelda Breath of the Wild, using the authentic recipes and technique from Link himself. More crap on twitter! 🤍 big thank you to my friend Cleo for the amazing and wonderfully cheesy voiceover! 🤍 This is obviously just a parody - please don't sue me Blue Apron #Zelda #BreathOfTheWild #DougDoug
#wildfoods #wildedibles #desertsurvival #survivalfood The effort and often struggle to find food is the most important duty for the survival of all creatures on earth. In today's modern society the concern over food is hardly even thought of but for those still living in primitive societies, under severe oppression or imprisonment food is taken very seriously. So, if you have a refrigerator and cupboards full of food try to take a moment when you sit down to eat and give thanks and appreciation for what your society has made possible for you. In this video I show you some of my favorite wild edible plants around my hut and share how they can be used. *Turn on captions to see subtitles in other languages. *Please subscribe and enable notifications. Follow me on Instagram 🤍chadzuberofficial Follow me on facebook.com/chadzuber My equipment: Camera: Nikon D7500 and GoPro Hero7 Black Sound: Zoom H6 Editing: Final Cut Pro X on MacBook Air Location: Parts Unknown FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions): Who films you? Me. I travel alone, shoot, edit, upload, everything, all alone. On a few occasions I may be accompanied by a friend, but that has been very rare. Do you stay out there permanently? No, I usually stay out in a wilderness area for about a week and then hike out and return to a city for editing and uploading. I have family and other obligations to take care of as well. How many cameras do you use? Usually I use just one camera. When I have underwater scenes then I also use a GoPro camera. I get different angles by moving the camera around and repeating the action to create a more cinematic viewing experience for the audience. Where is this place? In order to protect the integrity of the natural landscape I prefer to be very vague about the locations I use. There are places that I used to visit that were so beautiful and untouched but the consequences of social media brought all kinds of people to visit and sadly some people do not respect nature and have badly damaged these places. Therefore I do not share locations. Where did you get your sandals? I first started wearing sandals on outdoor adventures in February 2014. I’m so glad that I did because wearing these Luna Sandals has really helped strengthen my feet. You can see their selection of adventure and running sandals at this link: 🤍 (Note: I receive an affiliate commission from any sales derived from clicking on the link above) Do you workout? Yes, I workout, but not in a gym. I have some weights that I use and also do a lot of bodyweight exercises. I also run and sometimes swim. I hike frequently to collect wild foods and to shoot these videos so I'm very active all the time. Are you vegan or vegetarian? I wish I could maintain my health on a primal diet that does not include animals but unfortunately that did not work well and I ended up with health problems as a result of those attempts. From my studies, observations of nature, and personal experience I have come to believe that the best diet for optimal human health is a primal diet (paleo). Do you get lonely when you’re alone? No, I don’t get lonely. I’m actually so busy shooting video, taking photos and doing so many other things like making cordage, cooking, weaving, etc. that I really don’t have time to think about my lonely condition. Sometimes when something profound happens on an adventure I can’t wait to share it with people, but other than that I do not get lonely. How many languages do you speak? My first language is English but I also speak fluent Spanish and Portuguese. I also speak very little Russian. I may soon begin learning more languages. How old are you? I was born in 1972. At the time of this video I was 50. Where did you get the music in your videos? This series is the first one that I am making all the music myself. I recently made a drum and maracas (rumba shaker). I am now using them to create the intro and ending music in my videos, but before in the past I have used royalty free music from several sources including YouTube. Sometimes I bought the music but usually it was free.
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Watch the prequel to this film from 2016 : 🤍 In "Growing Wild Together" we return to the nearly 30-year-old food forest growing on the edge of a small town in the very south of Aotearoa New Zealand. The forest, previously an abandoned section filled with rubbish and burnt house remains, was the subject of our 2016 film An Invitation for Wildness. Now we’ve returned to find out what has changed in the forest and for the people who live there. Robyn and Robert’s forest garden is home to countless forms of life, from trees and plants to birds, fish, and insects, and of course the humans who live amongst it all, in harmony. With time it grows wilder and wilder, “Like me,” says Robert. Since we first visited, the couple have also developed new projects, one of them reviving an old trade route, to help create food resilience for the nearby rural communities. In the film, Robert says he’s convinced that the food forest model will be one of the most important models for creating a resilient future on Earth. He maintains we must learn to be loved by the forest. Here is a film to inspire love for our forests and everything they generously gift us! Find out more about Robert and Robyn's work: The Longwood Loop Website: 🤍 The Environment Centre Website: 🤍 Find out more about Happen Films If you’re interested in supporting us to make more films, check out these options: Open Collective: 🤍 Patreon: 🤍 For more info about Happen Films, check out our website: 🤍 We make short films and feature films, all with a permaculture, resilience, sustainability focus. Don’t forget to Subscribe here on YouTube! Find us on social media Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Film credits Directed by Jordan Osmond Produced by Antoinette Wilson Written by Jordan Osmond & Antoinette Wilson Cinematography by Jordan Osmond & Jason Hosking Editing by Bailey Palmer Sound mix by Richard Reade Story feedback from Nick Tucker Thanks! To our wonderful supporters on Open Collective and Patreon, who helped make this film happen: Amanda Card, Brian Newton, Carolyn Gillum, Dave Evans, Dennis Lange, Geoffrey Torkington, Greg & Rachel Hart, Jacqueline Hicks, Jess O’Shea, Jessica, Joan Leitch, Jonathan Wise, Julian Maher, Kelle McNamara, Kelly & Peter Osmond, Kirti Patel, Lauren, Lisa de Narvaez, Mark Denekamp, Mary Conlan, Milkwood, Moana Kiff, Nathan Kitchen, Peter Lord, Pierre Blom, Raphael Hug, Rex & Jo, Ron Hastie, Sankar Madhavan, Sherri Bangs, Teresa R., Tiitus Laine, V.J. Raghavan. Subtitles and closed captions We love that so many people have translated for our films here on YouTube. Sadly, the community translation function no longer exists, but if you'd like to volunteer to translate to your language, please reach out to us via 🤍
Stream fishing, Wild foods, Cooking: Survival Alone | EP.147 -The location is a tropical forest in the north of Vietnam. -Tools in the video: A commonly used knife by my local jungler. -Subtitles in videos I use google translate automatically. If there are any omissions, please understand. 🔶THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR WATCHING! 🔶Channel link: 🤍 #survival #fishing #cooking #bamboo
While we gear up for Season 3 in Texas to be RELEASED JULY 6, 2018, why not catch up on what you may have missed in Season 2 - Modern Hunter Gatherer! Woodobo SPICE (FOR SALE): 🤍 Run this video out, and help me boost the channel watch time. This will help raise funds to cover the 22 hours drive to Woodland Caribou Provincial Park fly-in trip with Red Lake Outfitters in July with Jeremy! Paypal Donations: 🤍 Enjoy the FULL COMPLETE Season 2 (2017) of Beyond Survival The Wilderness Living Challenge all in one place! All 8 Episodes 0:00 Episode 1: Minnows, Milkweed & Mushrooms 42:17 Episode 2: Hare 1:06:24 Episode 3: Groundhog 1:32:13 Episode 4: Beaver 2:08:23 Episode 5: Fish 2:36:08 Episode 6: Bear 3:09:03 Episode 7: Catfish 3:53:34 Episode 8: Weigh Out 4:16:40 Trailer Gear and Products & Sponsors Used Grohmann Knives: 🤍gknives.com Trout & Bird: 🤍 Survival: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Jeremy: 🤍 Adam Craig: 🤍 Other Popular Videos Red Fox: 🤍 Porcupine: 🤍 Beaver: 🤍 Bear: 🤍 Catfish: 🤍 Foraging a Meal: 🤍 Eating Groundhog: 🤍 Duck and More: 🤍 Yabbies/Crawfish: 🤍 Muskrat: 🤍 Ice Fishing Trout: 🤍 Canada Goose: 🤍 Hare and Grouse: 🤍 Black Squirrel: 🤍 Cooking on a Rock: 🤍 10:00, 25:14, 42:17, 1:06:24, 1:32:13, 1:40:56, 2:08:23, 2:36:08, 2:50:13, 3:09:03, 3:25:04, 3:53:34, 4:16:40 Use code "WoodBeard" to get 10% off ASAT Camo: 🤍asatcamo.com Merch (t-shirts): 🤍
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Please read below and hit cc for captions to get more information about hunting and eating wild coyote! We catch, clean and cook a wild coyote! My Gear (Shop and Support): 🤍 MORE NO TALKING VIDEOS HERE: 🤍 Coyote is open year round where I live. These are wild animals that decimate deer, rabbit, and turkey populations. They are exceedingly overabundant and their numbers need to be managed properly in order to give other wildlife a chance to live. There is no season on them, you can shoot as many as you like, whenever you like. There is no risk, at all, of running out of coyote, in fact, the opposite is actually the case. We have too many. Eating has no morality, and what we eat is a reflection of our culture, not what is "right, or wrong." Finally, you shoot it, you eat it, simple as that! I will show you how to cook the dog meat so it tastes good. Most people turn their noses up at certain foods due to cultural reasons, but eating does not have morality. All animals, people included, kill to survive. We begin in search of a whitetail deer during the week long controlled deer gun hunt, but that turns out to be an exercise in frustration. What turns out into a predator hunt for coyote and eating dog meat. I will prepare the coyote meat in two different ways, first as a basic steak and second, in a stir fry with rice and broccoli topped with soy sauce. To make coyote meat taste great, use the back straps and avoid the meat surrounding the scent glands found in the legs. Brine the meat in seasoning salt and water. Change the water out a few times and keep in the fridge in non-reactive container or plastic bag. Add your favorite dry rub, I prefer my own spice, Woodobo. MEDIA Website (For Email Alerts): 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Merch (t-shirts): 🤍 Become part of MY TRIBE: 🤍 SPONSORS - Woodobo Spice: 🤍 - Trail Cameras (Browning): 🤍 - Flashlights (O-light): 🤍olightworld.com [use code "woodbeard" for 10% off] Olight USA: 🤍 Olight Canada: 🤍 - Slingshots, slingbows (Simpleshot): 🤍?aff=woodedbeardsman - Camo (ASAT): 🤍asatcamo.com [use code "WoodBeard" to get 10% off] CABIN SPONSORS - Inergy Apex Solar Power (Discount Code: BEARDSMAN): 🤍 - Norwood Portable Sawmill: 🤍 - Eastonmade Wood Splitter: 🤍 - Briggs and Stratton: 🤍 - Vic West (Roof): 🤍 - inergy (Solar): 🤍 - Flooring: 🤍 #wildernessliving #survivalchallenge #wildfoods MEDIA Website (For Email Alerts): 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Tik Tok: 🤍 Merch (t-shirts): 🤍 Become part of MY TRIBE: 🤍 FISHING SPONSORS - Mystery Tackle Box: 🤍 [Use Code "BEARDSMAN" for your discount!] - CatchCo: 🤍 - Lyndon Trout Pond: 🤍 - The Dug Out Dude: 🤍 - Pelican Kayaks: 🤍 - Aqua Vu: 🤍 - Fish Spear: 🤍 SPONSORS - Woodobo Spice: 🤍 - Trail Cameras (Browning): 🤍 - Flashlights (O-light): 🤍olightworld.com [use code "woodbeard" for 10% off] Olight USA: 🤍 Olight Canada: 🤍 - Slingshots, slingbows (Simpleshot): 🤍?aff=woodedbeardsman - Camo (ASAT): 🤍asatcamo.com [use code "WoodBeard" to get 10% off] CABIN SPONSORS - Inergy Apex Solar Power (Discount Code: BEARDSMAN): 🤍 - Norwood Portable Sawmill: 🤍 - Eastonmade Wood Splitter: 🤍 - Briggs and Stratton: 🤍 - Vic West (Roof): 🤍 - inergy (Solar): 🤍 - Flooring: 🤍 #wildernessliving #survivalchallenge #wildfoods
In this episode, I identify the cattail plant, harvest the cattail shoots, and cook them. Their consistency is like that of an udon noodle. Could this be the next kind of vegetable pasta? *Post-release update: In some states of the US, and in several other nations around the world, it is illegal to harvest cattail. Make sure to refer to your local laws first before picking cattails for yourself.
In this virtual foraging walk, Sergei Boutenko demonstrates how to find, identify, and eat 25 common weeds and wild edible plants. Wild crafting can be done safely and responsibly! Watch this video and learn how. For extra bonus points, watch this video on your mobile device while you look for these same plants in your backyard! 🍉 NEW BOOK ALERT: 30-Day Green Smoothie Challenge for Busy People is here! 🤍 🧘♀️Thank you to Expand Yoga for hosting: 🤍 Expand Yoga offers free classes on YouTube: 🤍 📸 Thank you to Andrew Shepherd for filming: 🤍 🚐 Sergei's home on the internet: 🤍 🌱 My wild edibles book: 🤍 🎧🎸🎵 I get all my royalty-free music here: 🤍 #WildEdibles #Foraging #BoutenkoFilms CLICK ON THE TIMECODE TO SKIP TO DESIRED PART: 0:00 - Introduction / PCT story 9:00 - Plant Knowledge Quiz 16:10 - Plant Tour 16:26 - Wild Sweet Pea–Lathyrus latifolius 16:57 - Into The Wild (what really happened) 20:15 - Meristems Explained 22:03 - Grass–Poa spp. 24:12 - Wheatgrass / Ann Wigmore 25:35 - Sow Thistle–Sonchus spp. 26:17 - Dandelion–Taraxacum officinale 28:19 - Should you Worry About Oxalates? 31:48 - Sergei’s take on Supplements 32:45 - Pineapple Weed–Matricaria matricarioides 33:08 - Your Five Senses will Keep you Safe and Happy! 37:33 - Sergei’s Simple Rules for Foraging 39:56 - Dandelion Flowers 41:10 - Dandelion Stem Test 43:21 - Respect the Roots 44:00 - Horse Chestnut–Aesculus hippocastanum (don’t eat this one!) 45:00 - Sweet Chestnut–Castanea sativa (eat this one!) 46:48 - Blackberry–Rubus allegheniensis 49:08 - Common Mallow–Malva parviflora 53:56 - Purple Dead Nettle–Lamium purpureum 56:44 - Maple–Acer spp. 59:18 - Plantain–Plantago spp. 1:05:20 - Wild Mustard–Brassica spp. 1:08:34 - Hairy Bittercress–Cardamine hirsuta 1:10:20 - American Beech–Fagus grandifolia 1:11:40 - Chickweed–Stellaria media 1:15:28 - How to Identify Different Conifers (pine, spruce, fir) 1:17:10 - Conifer Needle Tea 1:18:19 - Birch–Betula spp. 1:19:00 - Miner’s Lettuce–Claytonia perfoliate 1:19:49 - Wild Edibles are the Best Supplements 1:22:43 - Common Daisy–Bellis perennis 1:24:06 - Clover¬–Trifolium spp. 1:27:20 - Harvesting Pine Pollen 1:28:00 - Yarrow–Achillea millefolium 1:30:06 - POP QUIZ (what kind of tree is this?) 1:31:02 - Spring Needle Harvesting 1:32:40 - Cat’s Ear–Hypochaeris radicata 🎥 MORE FORAGING VIDEOS ON YOUTUBE: Garden Foraging with Sergei: 🤍 Dandelion Root Coffee: 🤍 Backyard Foraging: 🤍 Common Weeds and Wild Edibles of the World: 🤍 Mushroom Hunting For Chanterelles, Lion's Mane & More: 🤍 Morel Mushrooms: 🤍 Don't Eat Something if You Don't Know What it is: 🤍 More Foraging: 🤍 📚RECOMMENDED READING: My book (Sergei Boutenko): 🤍 Nature's Garden by Sam Thayer: 🤍 Forager's Harvest by Sam Thayer: 🤍 Incredible Wild Edibles by Sam Thayer: 🤍 Edible Wild Plants: Wild Foods From Dirt To Plate by: John Kallas: 🤍 Discovering Wild Plants by Janice Schofield: 🤍
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Welcome to My channel this video I want to show you about: Duck curry spicy and Pick wild persimmon fruit Mostly we do cooking in forest, Survival Foods or the way to find food in jungle. Hope you enjoy with my videos and Subscribe my channel Click here :🤍 Prohibited: All videos are owned by (My Natural Food). Please don't re-upload if you don't want to get any copyright issues. 🤍Foodmyvillage 🤍NisaLifestyle Thank you for watching My videos Please Good Luck every time. More video: - Natural dragon fruit for snack: 🤍 - Fish and Egg grilled Underground, Eating delicious in jungle: 🤍 - Pick lots egg near river and Cooking eggs on the rock for dinner: 🤍 - Chicken grill in the stone for dinner: 🤍 - Yummy! Sea fish salad Grilled in Bamboo trees: 🤍
Join me on a full deer season from set-up, to bow hunt, then on to the shotgun hunt at the small cabin in the woods. My Gear (Shop and Support): 🤍 Afterwards, we smoke up some venison from the deer we found killed on the side of the road early in the summer to test out the smoke house. The venison jerky is fantastic! Tactacam Camera: 🤍 Kevin's Channel: 🤍 MEDIA - Website: 🤍 - Instagram: 🤍 - Facebook: 🤍 - Small business marketing help: 🤍 FISHING SPONSORS - Mystery Tackle Box [Use Code "BEARDSMAN" for your discount!]: ttps://mtbfish.com/bearded-woods - Karl's Bait: 🤍 - Lyndon Trout Pond: 🤍 - Pelican Kayaks: 🤍 - Aqua Vu: 🤍 - Pautzke Bait: 🤍 SPONSORS | DISCOUNTS - Woodobo Spice: 🤍 - Slingshot by Simple Shot: 🤍?ref=woodedbeardsman - Princess Auto: 🤍 - Duke Traps: 🤍 - The Canadian Coyote Company: 🤍 - Trail Cameras (Browning): 🤍 - Tactacam Camera: 🤍 - Flashlights (O-light): 🤍olightworld.com [use code "woodbeard" for 10% off] Olight USA: 🤍 Olight Canada: 🤍 - Inergy Apex Solar Power (Discount Code: BEARDSMAN): 🤍 - Inergy (Solar): 🤍 tags catch and cook, survival challenge, survival, survival tips, 24 hour survival, walmart survival, wild edibles, wild foods, foraging, cooking, fire, bushcraft, off grid, outdoors, camping, fishing, fire cooking, wilderness survival, bushcraft cooking, wild diet, eating wild, survival skills, living off the land, nature, wild game, primitive living, primitive technology, eating wild foods #lyndonfishingpond #lyndonfishfriday #TroutPond #StockingTrout #wildernessliving #survivalchallenge #wildfoods #inergy #powerforlife #empowerprogram #mysterytacklebox #shopkarls and #karlsbaitandtackle and #catchco and #catchcompany
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Hey guys in this video we talk about five common myths about foraging wild edibles. There are a lot of myths when it come to foraging wild edibles, whether it's how much time it takes, to how healthy they are. This video goes through each one and discusses from my personal experiences how each myth is false. Foraging wild edibles is a worth wile endeavor if you know what to look for and how to harvest properly. Do you know where you can and can't harvest? Places like wildlife centers and National Parks are off limits, but what about your local park? This video has the answer you need to understand foraging wild edibles better.
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Lust auf etwas Neues? Wie wär's mit geräucherten Bio-Rüebli? Innovativ, fein nachhaltig und gesund! Der vegane Lachs von Wild Foods ist immer für eine Überrschung gut und sorgt beim Apéro auch bei Carnivoren für eine gute Stimmung. Bio-Karotten werden in der veganen Manufaktur geräuchert und mit wenigen Zutaten zum Rüebli-Lachs veredet.
I'm often asked this question: "What foraging books do you recommend?" In this video, I discuss 6 wild food foraging books that I personally use and enjoy. Additionally, I mention 4 supplementary resources that you may find useful. Enjoy! Update: Ancestral Plants Vol. 2 by Arthur Haines is not out of print. You can find it here (I am not affiliated in any way with this product): 🤍 Music: Barefoot McCoy — Cali 🤍 Follow Adam Haritan online here: Facebook: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Store: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Email newsletter: 🤍
A detailed look at some of the most common edible plants, fruits, nuts, trees and seeds that you can eat while out in the wild. - CAMPING GEAR I USE & RECOMMEND (Amazon Store) 🤍 (USA) 🤍 (UK) 🤍 (CANADA) Disclaimer: The link above is an amazon affiliate link. I receive a small tip after every purchase! - Outdoor skills for Camping, Hiking & Wilderness Survival Instagram: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 - Thanks for watching!
The goal of The Wilderness Living Challenge Season 3 survival series is to GAIN or MAINTAIN body mass living only on 100% WILD FOODS! In this episode we track down a sounder in effort to not only survive, but thrive! Woodobo SPICE (FOR SALE): 🤍 BOOKMARK THE FULL PLAYLIST (2 Episodes per Week): 🤍 Episodes will run every TUESDAY and FRIDAY 10 a.m. EST. Bob Hansler: 🤍 We weight-in and weigh-out and if we lose any body mass at all, we have FAILED the challenge! Paypal Donations: 🤍 t-shirts: 🤍 In this episode we pursue feral hogs in a dried river bottom near San Antonio, Texas. We eat mullberries as we make ends meet living off only wild foods. As we chase the hogs down, we also make due with left-over meals from the previous days including turtle soup, possum stew, pea hen and cactus tunas. We set a live trap for hogs and bait with corn, and sweet feed. Unlike Naked and Afraid, ALONE, or Survivorman, there is no limit to the tools we are allowed to use. Living off just WILD foods is harder than you think! In this episode we set live traps for nuisance and fur bearing mammals which are legal in Texas including possum, raccoon, rabbit, skunk, armadillo, feral hogs, javelina, badger, fox, porcupine, bobcat, coyote, gopher, ring tailed cat, soft shelled turtle, red eared slider, rattle snake, water snake. We hunt FERAL hog too! We fish for catfish, alligator gar, long nose gar and drum, crawfish, crawdads, or yabbies, ghost shrimp, bluegill, rio grande perch, armored catfish, flathead catfish, blue catfish, alligator, freshwater clams, leopard Frog. All wild foods are on the menu! We seek out wild edibles including prickly pear cactus pads or nopal, cactus fruit or tuna, wild onions, mulberries, wild grape, Texas persimmons, pecan and anacua, mulberry, tasajillo, turks cap, yucca pods, cats briar, oion, chili pequin, duck weed, ground cherries, desert hackberry. Season 2 of The Wilderness Living Challenge: 🤍 MEDIA Facebook: 🤍 Website: 🤍 Grohmann Knives: 🤍gknives.com Use code "WoodBeard" to get 10% off ASAT Camo: 🤍asatcamo.com Merch (t-shirts): 🤍
Here are 15 edible plants and their medicinal properties for wilderness survival and bushcraft. Most of these plants can be eaten raw. Others need processing down before you eat them. All have high nutritional value and are worth adding to your bushcraft and survival knowledge. Most are also easy to forage. More Wilderness Survival Tips and Bushcraft Skills: 🤍 MY BUSHCRAFT & SURVIVAL GEAR SHOP: 🤍 My Bushcraft, Survival and Filming Gear (Amazon): 🤍 These are amazon affiliate links TA OUTDOORS MERCHANDISE: 🤍 INSTAGRAM: 🤍 FACEBOOK: 🤍 TWITTER: 🤍 #bushcraft #survival #camping #taoutdoors #skills
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