Priapetic: It's all fun and games until someone makes a nice nightshade (Atropa belladonna) salad./pro-tip - some plants hate you and want you to die.
GORDON: It's a dumb movement but hey, I like anything that teaches people how to live off the land.
GORDON: It's a dumb movement but hey, I like anything that teaches people how to live off the land. Will lessen the shock of some interruption of the economy, or zombiepocalypse, or whatever.I learned how to make beer, personally. My skills will be highly prized after armageddon.
vudukungfu: You could just purchase the classic Foxfire books.
mbillips: Priapetic: It's all fun and games until someone makes a nice nightshade (Atropa belladonna) salad./pro-tip - some plants hate you and want you to die.Mushrooms are a better example. Nightshade leaves are covered with little thorns; nobody's going to accidentally nibble them.
meat0918: Step 4: Get sued because someone picked something poisonous and got sick.
taxandspend: [wildfoodgirl.com image 557x640]
phyrkrakr: using sulfur in canning
vudukungfu: phyrkrakr: using sulfur in canningMass marketed food does the same thing.Only worse.Pinch of sulphur in a quart of beets, you never notice.
mikefinch: meat0918: Step 4: Get sued because someone picked something poisonous and got sick.Dont pick it unless you can 100% identify it. Would you drink from an unlabeled bottle of mystery fluid you found in the laundry room? No. Knowing whats edible is different from being able to sort it out from shiat you cant eat. Any book on foraging is going to have a disclaimer right at the start.Don't you put it in your mouthdon't you put it in your mouthdon't stuff it in your facedon't stuff it in your facethough it might look good to eatthough it might look good to eatand it might look good to tasteand it might look good to tasteyou could get sickickreal quickickreal sickreal ickDon't you put it in you mouthnu uhtill you ask someone you lovethats right sisif its okay to eatif its okay to eatlike a muffin or a beetlike a muffin or a beetif you dont know just what it isremember boys and girlsDon't puuuut it innnn your mouth
phyrkrakr: Y'know, just take a little caution some times.
mbillips: Lee Enterprises owns the St. Louis Post-Dispatch and a bunch of other newspapers, mostly suburban shoppers. It doesn't own any book-publishing companies. The titles mentioned in the article were all published by different, small publishing companies, at least one of which is a non-profit.Subby is a retarded troll.
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