Here at the China survival compound I am reviewing two wild edible food books.The weed cookbook by Adrienne Crowhurst.And Edible wild Plants (Eastern/Central North America by Lee Allen Peterson.
The weedcookbook covers 200 plants and 269 ways to cook them.Colored drawings.This one is not zone specific,but does tell you what area each plant grows in.List of 30 plants not to eat.Has a section on plants that can be used to make dyes.Very informative/rather pricey.
Edible wild plants is zone specific,has pencil drawings with some color photos.More than 370 wild plants,37 poisonous lookalikes.400 drawings and 78 color photos.Very informative.
I think for the price I would pick Edible wild plants.If you have the money I would go with weed cookbook.
I think one will go in BOB,one in get home bag.
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