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Re: bunnies/ edibles

That's just it.  A lot of us have the book, Edible and Useful  
Natives.....it's a great read, interesting, but without someone actually  preparing the 
foods and having them available, not many of us would try  them.  It's kind of 
like we needed someone there that would actually show  you what parts to eat, and 
what not....and then getting to try it.  It  really was fun.  I might now try 
to actually eat some of the things in the  book.  
By the way Donna....one of the edibles I always read about is the Water  
Hyacinth.  We didn't have that one to try.....probably because it's an  illegal 
plant, although it is abundant.  My dogs eat it all the time when  they come 
across it.  They seem to really like it.  I've never been  brave enough to try it 
zone 9
Texas Gulf Coast
In a message dated 3/19/2006 9:16:52 PM Central Standard Time,  
gardenchat-owner@hort.net writes:

I have a  cookbook on native plants somewhere. Tells you how to prepare them
and  which parts are safe to eat. Can't say I ever did much with  it.

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