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Edible Wild Plants: A Guide to Natural Foods…
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Edible Wild Plants: A Guide to Natural Foods

by Roy Genders

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About half this book is a sort of encyclopedia of edible plants, arranged alphabetically by Latin species name. There are two to four per page and all are illustrated. The rest of the book discusses plant nutrition and food-gathering around the world.

EMB-Service for Publishers, Lucerne, Switzerland, 1988, and van der Maark Editions, New York, 1988;
ISBN 0-912383-84-4
Original concept and design by Emile M. Bührer. ( )
  monado | Jul 10, 2006 |
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