good book on edible & poisonous plants of the PNW?

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  1. JUSTIficatioN

    JUSTIficatioN
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    Can anyone suggest a good book on poisonous & edible plants in the Pacific NorthWest? Idealy one that has pictures and cooking methods as well.

    Thanks All,
    justification
     
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    isher
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    Let me introduce you to "old reliable"

    My beat to crap copy of

    "Plants of the Pacific Northwest Coast - Washington, Oregon,

    British Columbia and Alaska"

    By Jim Pojar and Andy MacKinnon

    First published 1994 by Lone Pine Publishing

    ISBN 155105-040-4

    Includes extensive information on edibles, poisonous ones, and

    Aboriginal uses of all.

    Nicest of all, it is printed in field guide size, which means

    You can throw it into your ruck when you are banging around in the hills.

    Excellent, excellent volume.

    isher
     
  3. JUSTIficatioN

    JUSTIficatioN
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    sounds good to me, I'll check it out. Thanks for the recamendation
     
  4. Wheeler44

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    Also try; Wild Harvest
    edible plants of the Pacific Northwest
    Terry Domico
    Published by hancock house
    ISBN 0-88839-022-x
    nice book, broken down by seasons, with photos of plants in season.

    and; Northwest Foraging
    by Doug Benoliel illustrated by
    Mark Orsen published by
    Signpost books
    ISBN 0-913140-13-9

    Lots of info in those two....

    W44
     
  5. Redcap

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    All three of those are very good books.
     
  6. Wheeler44

    Wheeler44
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    I have another around here somewhere....Medicinal plants of the PNW or somesuch..I'll have to figure out where I used it last.....

    W44
     

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