Edible Plants of Atlantic CanadaEdible Plants of Atlantic Canada



In this guide to over five dozen edible plant species, Peter J Scott provides a wealth of information about each of them.

Author: Peter J. Scott

Publisher:

ISBN: 0986537608

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Page: 180

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In an era before supermarkets became our main source of food, most people knew which wild plants were edible and how to prepare them for delicious meals. The woods, clearings, heaths, and seashores of Atlantic Canada are home to a wide variety of edible plants. In this book, author Peter Scott provides a wealth of information on more than sixty wild edible plant species. This easy-to-use guide includes important details about identification, habitats in which the plants are found, basic recipes, a glossary, and references, so that everybody can enjoy the bounty that exists outsides our doors.

A Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants of Eastern and Central North AmericaA Field Guide to Edible Wild Plants of Eastern and Central North America



An illustrated handbook describes the most common edible plants, their range, uses as food, and suggested methods of cooking.

Author: Lee Peterson

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 039592622X

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Page: 330

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An illustrated handbook describes the most common edible plants, their range, uses as food, and suggested methods of cooking.

North American CornucopiaNorth American Cornucopia



Edible plants of Atlantic Canada. Boulder Publications, Portugal Cove-St. Philip's,
NL. pp. 170.] Sept, J.D. 2005. Wild berries of the Northwest: Alaska, western
Canada and the northwestern states. Calypso Publishing, Sechelt, B.C. pp. 95.

Author: Ernest Small

Publisher: CRC Press

ISBN: 9781466585928

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Page: 793

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Many North American plants have characteristics that are especially promising for creating varieties needed to expand food production, and there are excellent prospects of generating new economically competitive crops from these natives. The inadequacy of current crops to meet the food demands of the world’s huge, growing population makes the potential of indigenous North American food plants even more significant. These plants can also generate crops that are more compatible with the ecology of the world, and many also have inherent health benefits. Presenting detailed scholarship, a thoroughly accessible style, and numerous entertaining anecdotes, North American Cornucopia: Top 100 Indigenous Food Plants is a full-color book dedicated to the most important 100 native food plants of North America north of Mexico that have achieved commercial success or have substantial market potential. The introductory chapter reviews the historical development of North American indigenous crops and factors bearing on their future economic success. The rest of the book consists of 100 chapters, each dedicated to a particular crop. The book employs a user-friendly chapter format that presents the material in sections offering in-depth coverage of each plant. The first section of each chapter provides information on the scientific and English names of the plants, followed by a section on the geography and ecology of the wild forms, accompanied by a map showing the North American distribution. A section entitled "Plant Portrait" comprises a basic description of the plant, its history, and its economic and social importance. This is followed by "Culinary Portrait," concerned with food uses and culinary vocabulary. The chapters then provide an analysis of the economic future of each crop, discuss notable and interesting scientific or technological observations and accomplishments, and present extensive references.

Moon Atlantic CanadaMoon Atlantic Canada



Scott, Peter J. Edible Plants of Atlantic Canada. Portugal Cove, Newfoundland:
Boulder Publications, 2014. A detailed field guide to around 60 edible plants and
berries present in the region. Includes details on finding each one as well as ...

Author: Andrew Hempstead

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 9781640490253

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Page: 512

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From rugged coastline and uninhabited islands, to charming seaside towns full of friendly locals, experience the best of this adventurous region with Moon Atlantic Canada. Inside you'll find: Strategic, flexible itineraries including scenic drives, aquatic adventures, and the two-week best of Atlantic Canada, designed for outdoor enthusiasts, families, history buffs, and more Unique experiences and outdoor experiences: Kayak to a remote island for a picnic lunch, or sample local oysters at a waterfront restaurant. Drive the Cabot Trail or the Irish Loop and take in the stunning scenery, or bike through UNESCO protected towns. Relax at quaint colonial inns, or camp out under the stars. See if you can spot one of the world's rarest whales, or indulge your literary side by visiting sights from Anne of Green Gables Expert advice from local Andrew Hempstead on when to go, where to stay, and how to get around Full-color photos and detailed maps throughout In-depth coverage of Nova Scotia, New Brunswick, Prince Edward Island, Newfoundland, and Labrador Background information on the landscape, culture, history, and environment With Moon's practical tips and local insight on the best things to do and see, you can experience the best of Atlantic Canada. Sticking to one province? Check out Moon Nova Scotia, New Brunswick & Prince Edward Island.

Wild EdiblesWild Edibles



Way to go, Sergei.” —John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market In this field guide to foraging wild edible plants, Sergei Boutenko (son of raw-food guru Victoria Boutenko) explores the health benefits of wild-harvested food, explains how ...

Author: Sergei Boutenko

Publisher: North Atlantic Books

ISBN: 9781583946275

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Page: 296

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In this field guide to foraging wild edible plants, Sergei Boutenko (son of raw-food guru Victoria Boutenko) explores the health benefits of wild-harvested food, explains how to safely identify trailside weeds, herbs, fruits, and greens that grow worldwide, and shares his delicious, nutrient-dense recipes. Sergei Boutenko has been gathering wild plants since he was 13, when, early on in a 6-month hike from Mexico to Canada, he and his raw-food family ran out of provisions and turned to foraging for survival in the wild. Back in civilization, Boutenko was dismayed by the inferior quality of store-bought food and industrial agriculture, and began to regularly collect wild plants near his home and on his travels. Now, in Wild Edibles, he shares knowledge gleaned from years of live-food wildcrafting and thriving in harmony with nature. This practical guide to plant foraging gives hikers, backpackers, raw foodists, gardeners, chefs, foodies, DIYers, survivalists, and off-the-grid enthusiasts the tools to identify, harvest, and prepare wild edible plants. The book outlines basic rules for safe wild-food foraging and discusses poisonous plants, plant identification protocol, gathering etiquette, and conservation. Boutenko explores in detail the many rewards of eating wild flora: environmental protection, sustainability, saving money, economic self-sufficiency, and healthy living. He draws on thoroughly researched nutrition science to make a compelling case for the health benefits of a diverse, local-food diet that includes wild greens. The majority of the 60 edible plants described in this field guide can be found worldwide, including common-growing trees. Over 300 color photos make plant identification easy and safe. A chapter containing 67 high-nutrient vegan recipes—including green smoothies, salads and salad dressings, spreads and crackers, main courses, juices, and sweets—provides inspiration to join Sergei on the trail to radiant health. “Wild Edibles: A Practical Guide to Foraging, with Easy Identification of 60 Edible Plants and 67 Recipes has taught me that my backyard is full of free food! Way to go, Sergei.” —John Mackey, CEO of Whole Foods Market From the Trade Paperback edition.

Black Bear Ecology and Management Issues for Atlantic Canadian National ParksBlack Bear Ecology and Management Issues for Atlantic Canadian National Parks



Proceedings from the Parks Canada Atlantic Region Black Bear Workshop
Edouard Daigle, Parks Canada. ... Assuming an equal distribution of food among
these FUNA types , Class 1 lands have the most variety of edible plants
throughout ...

Author: Edouard Daigle

Publisher: Halifax : Parks Canada, Atlantic Region

ISBN: MINN:31951D01923806L

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Page: 111

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These proceedings represent the most recent research compiled on black bears and their habits in and around Atlantic Canada's national parks. Topics of the papers presented include bear ecology, seasonal variation and diversity of food items, management implications of seasonal movements, bear management and monitoring, use of electrified fences to keep bears out of landfills, and den characteristics.

Canadian SelectionCanadian Selection



95 A variety of herbs and wild fruits native to Newfoundland , but found also in the
Atlantic provinces and in other regions of ... This book is part of a series on edible
plants which includes Edible Garden Weeds of Canada , Wild Coffee and Tea ...

Author: Ontario. Ministry of Citizenship and Culture

Publisher: Published for the Ontario Ministry of Citizenship and Culture and the Centre for Research in Librarianship, University of Toronto [by] University of Toronto Press

ISBN: UOM:39015013008506

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Page: 501

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The New Edible Wild Plants of Eastern North AmericaThe New Edible Wild Plants of Eastern North America



The New Edible Wild Plants of Eastern North America is an updated and revised edition of the book, Edible Wild Plants of Eastern North America, first published in 1943 by Merritt Fernald and Alfred Kinsey.

Author: Merritt Lyndon Fernald

Publisher: Createspace Independent Pub

ISBN: 1500827967

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Page: 462

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The New Edible Wild Plants of Eastern North America is an updated and revised edition of the book, Edible Wild Plants of Eastern North America, first published in 1943 by Merritt Fernald and Alfred Kinsey. This new edition updates the scientific names of plants, provides numerous maps showing each species' distribution in the eastern United States, and adds all new illustrations. Cautions are noted for a number of plants long considered safe to eat but which are now known to be dangerous.

Edible Plants of the Pond and Water GardenEdible Plants of the Pond and Water Garden



s t Poison arum is found in shallow water in the Atlantic States from Canada to
Florida and west from the Great Lakes to Louisiana. If you happen to be in this
range you could gather the roots as a food plant. Of course you may hesitate ...

Author: Gustav Ludwig Wittrock

Publisher:

ISBN: CORNELL:31924073896726

Category:

Page: 62

View: 549

A Field Guide to Western Medicinal Plants and HerbsA Field Guide to Western Medicinal Plants and Herbs



rETERSON FIELD GUIDES continued PLANTS EDIBLE WILD PLANTS Eastern
and central North America 92622 - X EASTERN TREES North ... TREES AND
SHRUBS Northeastern and north - central U . S . and southeastern and south -
central Canada 35370 - X WESTERN ... AMPHIBIANS Western North America ,
including Baja California 9361 1 - X SEASHORE SHELLS OF THE ATLANTIC
Atlantic ...

Author: Steven Foster

Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt

ISBN: 0395838061

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Page: 442

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Features more than five hundred plants and herbs of North America providing information on their location and medicinal uses.

Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms of New England and Eastern CanadaEdible and Medicinal Mushrooms of New England and Eastern Canada



Based on decades of practical experience and research, the book is written in a clear and forthright style that avoids the dry, generic descriptions of most field guides.

Author: David L. Spahr

Publisher: North Atlantic Books

ISBN: 9781623174019

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Page: 248

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This beautifully illustrated guidebook provides specific, easy-to-understand information on finding, collecting, identifying, and preparing the safer and more common edible and medicinal mushroom species of New England and Eastern Canada. Author David Spahr, a trained commercial photographer, here combines his mycological expertise and photographic skill to produce an attractive and detailed overview of his subject. Based on decades of practical experience and research, the book is written in a clear and forthright style that avoids the dry, generic descriptions of most field guides. Edible and Medicinal Mushrooms of New England and Eastern Canada also provides useful ideas for cooking mushrooms. Rather than simply providing recipes, the book discusses the cooking characteristics of each variety, with advice about matching species with appropriate foods. Many mushrooms contain unique medicinal components for boosting the immune system to fight cancer, HIV, and other diseases, and Spahr offers practical and prudent guidelines for exploration of this rapidly emerging area of alternative therapeutic practice.

Guide to Edible Plants and AnimalsGuide to Edible Plants and Animals



... Artemia salina 125 Artemisia tridentata 246 artichauts du Canada 209
artichoke 203 Jerusalem 208 – 209 Artiodactyla ... 4 atemoya 254 Atherix ibis 54
Atherix variegata 54 Atlantic Atlantic cutlassfish 7 barracuda 9 blue crab 39
conger eels ...

Author: A. D. Livingston

Publisher: Wordsworth Editions Limited

ISBN: 185326377X

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Page: 304

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This text is a survey of the vast and varied ways that different cultures have cooked, or overlooked, the culinary delights that surround them. It explores the nutritive, medicinal and cultural significance of foods, as well as indicating which parts of each plant or animal are edible.

Edible MemoryEdible Memory



... in wheat grown in Canadian fields and shipped across the Atlantic;13 the
butter my great-great-aunt churned came from the ... The genes and especially
the genotype (the particular combination of genes in a given variety of plant or
breed of ...

Author: Jennifer A. Jordan

Publisher: University of Chicago Press

ISBN: 9780226228242

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Page: 336

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Each week during the growing season, farmers’ markets offer up such delicious treasures as brandywine tomatoes, cosmic purple carrots, pink pearl apples, and chioggia beets—varieties of fruits and vegetables that are prized by home chefs and carefully stewarded by farmers from year to year. These are the heirlooms and the antiques of the food world, endowed with their own rich histories. While cooking techniques and flavor fads have changed from generation to generation, a Ribston Pippin apple today can taste just as flavorful as it did in the eighteenth century. But how does an apple become an antique and a tomato an heirloom? In Edible Memory, Jennifer A. Jordan examines the ways that people around the world have sought to identify and preserve old-fashioned varieties of produce. In doing so, Jordan shows that these fruits and vegetables offer a powerful emotional and physical connection to a shared genetic, cultural, and culinary past. Jordan begins with the heirloom tomato, inquiring into its botanical origins in South America and its culinary beginnings in Aztec cooking to show how the homely and homegrown tomato has since grown to be an object of wealth and taste, as well as a popular symbol of the farm-to-table and heritage foods movements. She shows how a shift in the 1940s away from open pollination resulted in a narrow range of hybrid tomato crops. But memory and the pursuit of flavor led to intense seed-saving efforts increasing in the 1970s, as local produce and seeds began to be recognized as living windows to the past. In the chapters that follow, Jordan combines lush description and thorough research as she investigates the long history of antique apples; changing tastes in turnips and related foods like kale and parsnips; the movement of vegetables and fruits around the globe in the wake of Columbus; and the poignant, perishable world of stone fruits and tropical fruit, in order to reveal the connections—the edible memories—these heirlooms offer for farmers, gardeners, chefs, diners, and home cooks. This deep culinary connection to the past influences not only the foods we grow and consume, but the ways we shape and imagine our farms, gardens, and local landscapes. From the farmers’ market to the seed bank to the neighborhood bistro, these foods offer essential keys not only to our past but also to the future of agriculture, the environment, and taste. By cultivating these edible memories, Jordan reveals, we can stay connected to a delicious heritage of historic flavors, and to the pleasures and possibilities for generations of feasts to come.

Sturtevant s Notes on Edible PlantsSturtevant s Notes on Edible Plants



... to have been derived from the American aborigines and in particular from
those tribes occupying the northeastern Atlantic coast . ... our people quaasiens ,
a name derived from the aborignes , as the plant was not known to us before our
intercourse with them . ... Lahontan , 1703 , calls the squashes of southern
Canada “.

Author: Edward Lewis Sturtevant

Publisher:

ISBN: MINN:31951000227626A

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Page: 696

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Plants, edible -- dictionaries -- biographies of Edward Lewis Sturtevant: p.1-11.

Canadian books in printCanadian books in print



Gage, 1975 $4.40 net paper [0-7705-1268-2] (Themes in Canadian Literature)
The Native peoples of Atlantic Canada: a ... U.T.P., 1964 $8.50 paper [0-8020-
6039-0] Naturally: medicinal herbs and edible plants of the Canadian Rockies ...

Author: Canadian Books in Print Committee

Publisher:

ISBN: STANFORD:36105015653194

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Includes French-language titles published by predominantly English-language Canadian publishers.