A Foragers Guide
to Natural Inkmaking
One of our most anticipated new releases of this week (See the full list here), was:
In our digging around to learn more about this book, we found this really helpful video introduction to foraging that the author produced…
Sergei Boutenko also has a foraging app available to help you identify plants in the field…
(Where possible, we have also tried to include a review/interview related to the book…)
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Love, Dishonor, Marry, Die, Cherish, Perish: A Novel
A Review of
Reviewed by Mary Bowling
Gary Lincoff, who has written extensively about mushrooms, now presents a book about what to do with all kinds of other plants commonly encountered outdoors, anywhere from right outside the back door to the woods, wetlands and seashores. As a teacher of botany in New York City, he is able to forage in the city and to observe others doing the same. He has also traveled the world and is familiar with wild plants growing in many countries. He introduces several wild fruits that westerners would find bizarre, but the main focus of the book is on weeds, herbs, and fruits that can be found nearly anywhere in the world.