Pocket Field Guide: Wilderness Survival Drinks, Teas, Coees, Nectars & Saps

December 18, 2017 - Comment

This full color guide details 21 wild edible drinks, divided into three categories: Wild Coffee-Like Brews, Cold Wild Drinks, and Hot Wilderness Teas. Never has drinking in the wilderness been so much fun – and interesting! From Tulip Poplar Nectar Shots and Black Locust Blossom Tea to Roasted Chicory Root Coffee and Mesquite Pod Smoothies,

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This full color guide details 21 wild edible drinks, divided into three categories: Wild Coffee-Like Brews, Cold Wild Drinks, and Hot Wilderness Teas. Never has drinking in the wilderness been so much fun – and interesting!

From Tulip Poplar Nectar Shots and Black Locust Blossom Tea to Roasted Chicory Root Coffee and Mesquite Pod Smoothies, many people have no idea how many delicious drinks can be harvested from the wild places. I compile 20 years of taste-testing into one easy to use and understand pocket guide.

4″x6.” Printed in USA.

Comments

Julie says:

Love this practical, informative little reference guide! 🙂 Excellent little reference book with color photos about common wilderness plants/trees that can easily be made into nourishing, delicious drinks. I completely agree with the author—as I have found the most pleasure in the simplest things as well. And he really does a nice job of including common wild plants that are easy to find, and recipes that are simple and practical. Just ordered 3 more copies for gifts! Nice job! 🙂

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Five Stars love it

zundlem says:

wilderness survival drinks shows how to many drinks like roasted dandelion root coffee, roasted chicory root coffee, roasted acorn coffee, mesquite sun tea, prickly pear-ade, maple water, elderberry blossom tea, staghorn sumac lemonade, grapevine drip, wild grape juice, bull thistle shot, tulip poplar nectar shot, stinging nettle tea, chaga tea, mullein tea, sassafras tea, basswood blossom tea, pine needle tea, birch twig tea, black locust blossom tea all of which I help teach the boy scouts.

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