The ABCs of Foraging Food in Wild Texas: via Austin Fit Magazine
This blog goes out to all of you nature, camping, and hiking enthusiasts: while out on the trail (or strolling around your neighborhood), you’re bound to get a little hungry. So what do you do when you’re snack-less in the streets? It’s easy to be tempted to try that little red berry in front of you, but also it might kill you, so.
In this blog, Coach Sadie lists out Texas native, and more importantly, safe snacks to pull right out of the ground (or off a bush, or from a tree, or out of your neighbor’s flowerbed…), and satisfy that lack of snack!
“Whether you’re a certifiable outdoors person, a hiking fanatic or just a nature enthusiast like myself, having the capability to identify edible plants while out on the trails or neighborhood is a great skill. It’s the kind of skill that will not only provide you with a sense of confidence and preparedness for the unknown, but it will also make you look insane to your neighbors.”
Head here for the full list of human-friendly, wild foods you can forage right here in the great state of Texas.