Fish and chips is a real winner, but when you cook them over the fire, you're in for a herd of happy campers! This camping recipe is simplicity itself and all you need is an egg, some fish and a packet of salt and vinegar chips.
If you don’t want to wipe away our natural habitats, and want to reduce your impact on climate change, Who Gives a Crap is a great toilet paper choice.
There are tons of fruit trees, berries and fungi hotspots in every city. Colorado non-profit Falling Fruit is working to hook urban foragers up with opportunities to collect their own fruits and veggies around the world.
Whether you lost your food stash to a bear, need a little more to bulk up a meal or just want a colorful garnish to finish your dish, these edible flowers grow in the wild and are easy to identify.
Fiddleheads are the unopened leaves of the ostrich fern. Young fiddlehead fronds are a favorite among foragers as they are delicious. Want to know how to identify and cook fiddleheads? We've got your back!
There is something about foraging that I find intoxicating. So I googled the benefits of dandelions. Wow! Are you kidding me, so much nutrition and it grows so abundantly, why on earth are we not tapping into this? Learn about the amazing benefits and nutritional value of dandelions. A great green living way to eat organic and local!