New for me this year is Wood Strawberry Tea - a few batch bags made from just leaves, others from the berry which often just tastes like a big burst of water. The WS is more seedy, often faces upright, and does not look like a traditionally shaped strawberry. There are wild strawberries, often much smaller in size, that are the shape and taste that resembles that of a store bought strawberry. The wood strawberry has very little strawberry taste - just seedy and juicy - usually about a 1/4 to 1/2" at most in size. Leaves are slightly tart in salads, dried make an excellent tea.
Similar poison features to rhubarb, suggested not to eat in large quantities. Known to block calcium.
Identify, talk about, recipes of wild edible plants
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