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Foraging the Ozarks : finding, identifying, and preparing edible wild foods in the Ozarks / Bo Brown.

Brown, Bo, 1906- (author.).

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  • 1 of 1 copy available at Crawford County.

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Crawford County Library-Bourbon 581.6 BRO (Text) 33431000553428 Adult Non-Fiction Available -

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Includes index.
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"The Ozark Mountains in Missouri and Arkansas have had a long history of foraging since indigenous tribes such as the Osage, Quapaw, and Kickapoo sporadically inhabited the area and utilized the rich natural resources. Settlers from the Appalachians came later and survived on what they could find, trap, and hunt. Foraging remains a major activity among the Ozarks' outdoor community, supported in large part by established local restaurateurs and other buyers of wild herbs, berries, and nuts. Foraging the Ozarks, written by local wilderness expert Bo Brown, highlights about a hundred commonly found edibles in the Interior Highlands, from ubiquitous herbs to endemic species. With sidebars, recipes, helpful tips, and toxin warnings throughout, Foraging the Ozarks is the only guidebook the Ozark outdoor enthusiast will need to pick it, cook it, and eat it."--Amazon.
Subject: Wild plants, Edible.
Cooking (Wild foods)
Genre: Cookbooks.

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