Creating a Post Consumer Life & Homestead in
Truth or Consequences, New Mexico. Making Our Own Fuel, Power, Food & Medicine, Building Materials and Domestic Goods since 2006.
Yeah, you should send me pics of all your "weeds"! I bet most of them are edible! Like that delicious wild mustard I found all over T or C when I was there, especially around the hotel we stayed at down the street from you.Just make sure the soil where the purslane is growing is OK, and don't eat a gallon a day- it's also high in oxalic acid which can disrupt calcium absorption and form kidney stones if you eat too much.
http://kalynskitchen.blogspot.com/2006/08/chopped-middle-eastern-salad-with.htmlthis is delicious and even more filling if you add soaked bulghur (as in tabbouleh).
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