Blackberries, Foraging Wild Edibles in the City

By | October 8, 2016

Urban foraging in the Pacific Northwest at it’s finest ! Blackberries(Rubus sp.) are very tasty and nutritious. In British Columbia were I was, they’re the Himalayan Blackberry (Rubus Procerus Muell) variety. It is in the Rose family, this family of plants has alot of tasty wild edibles.Very easy to identify by it’s black of dark purple berries made of tiny drupelets containing juices and seeds. Never use only one source to identify your plants. Check out lots pf books, videos and even better, get an actual expert or knowledgeable person to show you in person.

Books used in the video:
-Wild Edibles, A Practical Guide to Foraging, with Easy Identification of 60 Edible Plants and 67 Recipes by Sergei Boutenko.
-Northwest Foraging, The classic guide to edible plants of the pacific northwest by Doug Benoliel.

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Dans cette vidéo je récolte des Mûres en ville ! Plante facile à identifier et délicieuse pendant l’été et l’automne. Merci d’écouter et n’hésiter pas de aimer ou partager la vidéo !

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