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[Total: 0    Average: 0/5] You must sign in to vote http://primitivepathways.com Spring is here, and it’s a great time to forage for wild edible plants! It’s amazing how many edible plants can be found growing in your own backyard. Come with Billy Berger as he finds and describes some common wild edible greens. These wild plants are often more nutritious than anything you can buy at the grocery store. Do not eat any wild plant that you are unfamiliar with, as there are poisonous look-alikes. But with proper instruction there are an enormous number of wild edibles just waiting for your discovery. Video Rating: / 5

19 Comments

  • killuminate peacefulness 10 months ago

    Awesome video. i like how u were eating it all.

  • Krazypeep123 10 months ago

    damn not even checking for bugs …

  • missmissi77 10 months ago

    This is cool I like the idea of eating how my ancestors probably ate… but shouldn't you wash them first, I'm pretty sure you are eating dirt and bug poop.

  • Kevin Keys 10 months ago

    The Best YouTube video made

  • Sentic Memes 10 months ago

    The sour clover is pretty good. I've had it before.

  • Kerman Guy 10 months ago

    This is the most hilarious video I have ever watched.

  • James Gg 10 months ago

    fuck the neighbours! what do they know about gardens…bet their's is a flat fake waste land with useless ornamental pot plans

  • Matthew Wiltse 10 months ago

    Dogs could have peed on that. Wash it off first

  • wish i could pick off plants off the top of my head and know whats edible. I guess practice makes perfect but if i just ate things like this guy with confidence id probably die

  • brent gray 10 months ago

    I live in gorgia

  • Sneaky Loon 10 months ago

    Amazing what we can find all around us.

    Mother Nature provides!

  • Shawn Starr 10 months ago

    my dog peed on all of that. Should wash your veg before eating it. Even garden
    slugs carry disease like "rat lung".

  • Ceeiliaa Hi! 10 months ago

    Hey but this is very helpful if you're stranded or lost

  • Chris Taylor 10 months ago

    i would wash them first, maybe the bird peed on them, just saying.

  • smokeclouds8 10 months ago

    great video
    thanks for sharing

  • Chris Walton 10 months ago

    hope the dog didn't pee on that

  • Homicidal Wolf1987 10 months ago

    Whan I was small I used to eat grass and dirt and small rocks and mud and Sheetrock

  • amandaflower2 10 months ago

    I really enjoyed your video. I do the same thing here in Iowa! 🙂

  • sakariah 10 months ago

    im onna go outside and scare the crap out of my mom by saying im a cow while eating plants. lol.

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