Diving into the topic of wild edibles and foraging for unlimited free wild greens with Happy Raw Reny 🙌🏼
Reny shares some of her favourite wild edibles, what free greens she is currently enjoying where she lives and we both share some foraging tips to help you be more safe and productive productive in identifying, gathering and eating wild edibles for your health, sustainability and resourcefulness!🥰
I hope this simple video encourages you to learn more about eating wild greens and wild edibles in general!
Always make 110% sure you know what you are picking and eating, as mentioned in the video seek guidance and do your own research as there can be look a-likes and dangerous plants to eat, always proceed with caution with wild edibles and do not eat it if your not sure.
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Before you go check out some of my other posts on wild edibles!
Learn more about the highest sodium and omega 3 wild green edible Here!
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As mentioned above be sure to do your own research when foraging to help you be more safe and productive in identifying, gathering and eating wild edibles for your health, sustainability and resourcefulness!