Edible Wild Plants: Wild Foods from Dirt to Plate
By John Kallas
Gibbs Smith, 2010. 416 pgs. Nonfiction
Whether you are a foraging enthusiast, or simply have a budding interest in botany or gardening, this book is for you. John Kallas covers a wide variety of wild greens and informs the reader about important stages in plant development.
Each plant described in this book has its own chapter filled with beautiful color photographs, maps, and engaging description to help even the most novice of enthusiasts. Kallas even provides information about poisonous look-alikes, as well as nutritional information. With this great reference in hand, a wild food adventurer can up their game both in the wilderness and in the kitchen.