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I are going to try something a little different. I really haven't had a lot of time to write, even though I love it. Not only have I had a change of employment, I am also in the planning stages of a new business. As a way to keep content coming to you we are going to post some of the videos that we have made over the past couple of years. We are going to post them in order by topic.
To kick off this idea, I am going to share with you the first ever wild edible video that I recorded. You will notice the orientation of the camera stinks and the quality isn't that good, but that video is what started it all. As we go through the videos you will notice several changes. I hope most of the changes were for the better.
The plant we will be discussing is Wood Sorrel (Oxalis) aka sour grass. It has always been a favorite from childhood. Fairly wide spread plant, with lots of vitamin C. This is the first wild edible plant my grandfather introduced me to so it holds a special place for me.
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