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5. Food

Jay Peterson




  • June 19, 2017
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Let's go ahead and start with we're here their father want to thank you for your nature and we could see a bunch of it today and and things that you provided force and so when I asked you send your holy spirit here open our minds and help us remember things especially for going to need him to eat this or preaches I mean. Today is the subject that you know this is a 1st class I think I mentioned this is 1st class usually when I start talking about you know to people about in times or surviving you know the very 1st thing they mention has a what are we going to be. This class water you know I heard some food too but. I can't see the. Food but anyway. This is going to have to be fast we're going to go through this quick and we still may stretch our time here that. Will help whole bunch hopefully we'll have a few minutes at the end for questioning answers will have a whole bunch of time at the table out there for questions the answers. Peterson's field guide and this is my book but only because I bought it you know. You know it's a cover up the name of all the Alan Peterson. And but it is my book because I bought it but this is a book that I use a lot a lot of good books out there and there are some not so good books out there OK and this book is good because you'll you'll start with a flower color. And go from there and then you can shape and then on the sides of the give you a description and when you go through those 3 things spoke to very good now a lot of times you say you know don't use a book that has black and white pictures. Are Pathfinder Department has a book it's black and white pictures and I know those plants and when I look at those pictures I say you know others no way I'd have done if I those plants are most pictures but of the artist years so good he's got the Venus is exactly the way they are and so this is 1 of the books that I use they do have some color ones in the middle part. While that of all plants. Peterson. And so it's a pretty good book Peterson's field guide they have a bunch of fuel guys this is 1 of theirs for the edible plants they have another 1 for medicine and you get out now and does have colored pictures in a lot of times I use that 1 just to help me identify. But this is a good 1 and then you're going to find between books there are some disagreements. So pick the 1 that you trust and go and go with that. We're going to anyway the guy that got me started was actually in California Christopher and I are just and some day I really love just to go out there and take around with him because he does it every week but he's got to but anyway we need to get started here and today we're going to talk about something to eat Now usually when I'm in a survival class. Unfortunately this is another 1 of those things where somebody hears and then they just call. All. The heard an echo through the whole nation and this protein protein protein. And. 1 of the things 30 years ago they did a study and they took a bunch O. athletes and they split them in half and 1 half they fed a high protein diet for 3 days the other half was high complex carbohydrates and then they put them on stationary bikes and they were to ride as long as they could and then they added up the amount of time that each group and upright and let the time they knew good well that protein was where we get our energy and I'm not I'm not going to say we don't get energy from protein because we do OK but they were very surprised when high complex carbohydrate wayout did high protein so they got thinking well maybe it was me who is the athletes so they took saying group snakes which the diet no the 3 days a. After the 3 days of put it back on to see my eggs and again complex carbohydrates high protein and any of our athletes today there really understand that and if you look at what the especially for their breakfasts are pushing those cars complex carbohydrates and because that's what's going to give them their energy understand unfortunately through survival classes and so if Yeah your net stuff you're going to hear this you know oh you've got to have your protein protein but that's not your high energy and energy is your number 1 resource yet pay attention to most. In your survival situation or even in the end times if. All the other resources you get are you going to add to or subtract from and if you let your energy get to the base you lost your survival situation won't be so good either in the times you make that you think it gets tired. But you grew up here you're here to try and learn so there is going to help you so so anyways. You know you're searching roots in your knots in your brains and you're really green leafy veggies and all that stuff that's out there is a lot better for you high protein. So what I teach is. Plant based off the top there because that's the best for you energy wise and in vitamin wise and I get it secondhand when you can get it firsthand. OK so what we want to do is go into the things that turn this on here never in Jesus you read about when Jesus fed the 5000. NET group was numbered 5000 although they only number 2 hives above 20 years old and so there was women and children as well so the group is bigger than that. Through healing pages 45 through 50 she talks about that and I got through and I just glean 10 little snippets out of there and I want you guys to do is as we look at this see if you think some of these snippets and upset and what's going to happen with God's people when you're out there in the wilderness and if you see something that you think so then let's look at some of the other promises there well. There he was 5000 men beside women and children in the wilderness many of them were without means to purchase food. During that time we're talking about. We've been told that they're going to buy or sell. OK the providence of God place Jesus where he was and he depended on his Heavenly Father for a means to relieve the necessities. That's pretty good what it is I oppose heard the Saviors direction and give them. Good give you them to eat the difficulty arose in her mind. The USAF was brought to Jesus they had you may think that you don't have much but there are some promises here the food multiplied in his hands and in the hands of the disciples reach reaching out to Christ were never filled the little store was sufficient for all how much wiser they started with by losen 2 fishes $5000.00 plus women and children how much can you gather there when the mob student had been fed had the disciples with Jesus the precious heavenly supply food there's 1 for a sticky note he goes every sticky notes are ready he will reward simple reliance upon him there's a stick you know. That which scene but he meager supply proved to be a rich feast. OK some of your best sources. These are acorns we used to. Find 2 kinds here in Michigan there's a lot of kinds across the United States and some of these have a bitter taste to these Red OK corn is 1 of them this is actually 1 of 2 sources of flour that the Indians use to have. And the bitter taste in these anybody ever tasted 1 of these and it was a bitter. Bitter is actually a smile Taksin OK so this kind falls into the into the poison group but. Bitter taste we can actually leeched that how we can do that several different ways 1 of the best ways is to actually on the average in the cooking D.V.D. show how to process these things and what you're going to do You can smash them up you can actually you can take the cover off and you can throw them in a jar and you can fill a jar up and every day you're going to dump the water off it's going to look all orange colored brown colored in about 3 days you can finally get to where you don't get to call or email or and that's way or you can cross from a lot have a friend as a cabin over near us and we did this before we crushed my foot of the strainer stuck community to Fossett but that do it now devolve 45 minutes you can leach it out they say what you're doing is you're going to take little samples of it until you get rid of that bitter taste when you get really the better taste to use. Pardon we're going to get so they'll do the 2nd OK. So any type of ACORN if you take a little bit it's got that bitter taste and you got a leech. And once that taste is gone then you can use it you know the unions would take these it stick them in a sack and throw out for a month or 2. And then they would drag him back in well why they were out there it was leach out there now and it turned him on black and then they would crash it into flour and they would make their bread out of it if ever you hear or read about the Indians and their black bread this is what they made it out of I got to put you know there. This what they made it out of 1 of 2 sources will see a 2nd source later on these are white what about the way doki says well wait a hoax most of the time demand a bitter taste and you can use and direct. Sometimes if there is a little bit there and then go ahead Leach that out and you'll be good to go you can boil him as well and that leach you know it'll leach it out he will take the oil out when you boil it and sometimes with all of your seeds in your nut stuff that's where your loyalty going to come from in your diet out there so Laura had a question. That slows things you know. This 1 thing about the red oak in a way to. The Red Oak every other year you're going to have a really big crop. Some every year and what happens is a tree has to build a carbohydrates and it has a big crop some people say oh it's going to be bad because it's a big. Because the tree for how do you build up enough to make a big crop way to look 5 years it takes 5 years to build up a huge amount of carbohydrate to make a great big batch so takes a lot longer for a wait sometimes well there's a look for years that you're going to find a few and you got to meet squirrels because they like them better than we do OK so. Here we are seeing a beach not. Now here in Michigan we got the shoes are getting attacked by a fungus of white fungus that's really bad over not. Too much over here to see and it's been killing a lot of trees with their lot and are surviving these are Beach nuts and you'll see the low. Here and has 2 of these beach nets in it. And these are going to come down and you've got about 2 weeks in the squirrels you can have all the good ones gone. You'll find some so sit there but when you take apart there's nothing you know. It's just the shell the empty 1 and they know that and so they just discard how to grab the good stuff so you've got to raise them to it there's another look there Blackwall. Through you. You know you give you them are a lot of things you can watch who had roast you know. The D.V.D. The original cooking show how to make it C N N roll sees you gay saw fire yesterday that I did with the feral rod and sea and I had there was the scent of them for the average and OK. We did double duty 1 K. While that's a really good. Moment you guys like me pull syrup. And everybody likes me. But a lot of people don't realize is there are actually 4 trees that have saps that you can sweet and Black won as 1 of the wave virtues is another Anybody here familiar as I saw several hands that knew about country life anybody familiar with Xylitol. That comes from way Birch OK that's the sugar from. And also the sycamore tree. Sycamores were right my very edge if you go south of here you'll find him you're going north of here you all OK And how come we don't hear about these other trees while the. Maple use it takes about 40 or 50 gallons of sap to make 1 gallon syrup these other trees take about 120 sap to me. OK so that's why you really don't hear about those that much but pardon. That for me. How it's use or set it off or forget OK I didn't hear it again. Yes you would you're going to boil it down just like they do. And actually we learned this from the Indians here they're the ones that taught us how to make people syrup. Yeah it helps identify the trees. No no not really OK so. It might be that tree might be the year she didn't get a lot of rain it didn't fill so softly and pine trees Peabody remember you Givens he's Do the beach not commercial. I mean trees many parts are available Well he's right many parts are out of all these needles are out of all OK the white pine here the other you can they're full of they're full especially right now they're tender pardon you can just crunch and they're really sour the leaf or the needle part here. Well the new bugs are best because they're tender later on this fall you can still eat them but then they start getting that pitchy taste to them. And then they get really tough and they're more like chewing needles they're like tuna Thank you oh. But they're full of vitamin C. So they're really good source of that and a body ever heard of pine needle tea you're going to take well and water you're going to take notice you're going to stick it in there move it off and then as it slowly simmers down. After it quits rolling good then you pull it out and there's your pay needle tea tray and oh my son heard me tell this many times over this the spring he finally tried some men as good I'm a do it again. Yeah I'll just break the branch off and stuff it in there. Yeah you're going to take you're going to take down whole and as much as you know basically whatever Cup you have you want at least that big stick it in you know leave a little in situ can pull their fingers Yeah penalty right now is a good time for that. Well we're going to see that here in just a 2nd. Many parts are edible Now this is your tree in the wintertime this is a this is your survival source and wintertime you get that big crusty bark side just below that you're going to have a nice soft layer of the cambium layer and then you're going to get to the wood. That can be in layers very nutritious around. The middle of the winter where we pray that our flight won't be in winter here and say I wouldn't be in winter a so that's going to be a really good source or eat there. Yeah what you're going to want to do is scrape off the crusty and then you peel it off the actual wood and you need it you can bake it never hurt anybody but that probably were to OK So that's a really good layer of the. D.V.D. I tell a story about the German concentration camps and so you might catch that but OK here's pine cones and I hear pine nuts. You know those you come from China. These are pine nuts as well they're a little seed in there down inside OK I'll show you 1 down inside the low wings here and they come of the wing here and I pull those off and there you see great there there's a little better look down inside that's where they set. The way Pinal have these a lot of pines Well the in years if you wait the squirrels are going to get in before you do. And they just tear that wing off the neat seat here we see a lot of times or come down and. All you see is the stock from the in the center of the cone because they already got to him the energy to take these before they open and they put around the ring of their fire and the heat would open them up I was teaching Pathfinders. Edible wild plants and we took a bunch of these and put them in the oven and made him open up and then you just to pull him up and hit him and all that stuff falls out and we've actually ground needs into a meal that's. Not really flour because. So I guess I call it real so he made it into a meal. Double play on words or hate Yeah well actually we mix it was supplier me to biscuits so pretty good. Here are the female part female call. And these here are the male cone Heba have a fever. Bothered by Pal and. With those. I just got on were they were OK. This is a male part this is the 1 that makes all the pollen that you know here I saw. Yesterday where it is green. Around here this week. Yeah. You know the puddle that was made still had a big patch POW and taken down and these guys are 1 of the call parts you know when you get to the fever go on but these are very nutritious and they're still out there right now you could find them and they're very nutritious you can boil more you can rot and these are pretty good now probably next week or the following these are going to be past new but when they're there they're pretty good let's go to some of the wetland stuff this is a dark potato or an arrowhead some some a call that you're going to find that. There are a 1000000 names for every little plant. Common names out there and these are dark potato and they come a little more point to it so on show both leaves and then what's going to happen is you're going to send out a little a little tube or a little root and it's going to go down in the mud you're going to find these in the wetlands and then when you get down there are ways also and it's going to make a little potato size of an 8 a duck potatoes. And here we have this leaf and I want you to notice the leaf you notice here at the center you come straight out these turn and go down the leaf from here they turn and go can you see that OK here's another 1 and it is looks a lot like it doesn't. But there are some differences been that we don't have that on this 1 and also 1 knows that we have a margin over here on this leaf and these here you won't find any potatoes underneath a but when you see that red lettering calcium oxalate crystals you know you have time for a horse story. When I was a kid my dad had taken a saw in our yard and the wild onions were leaks a column and he was shown us where that what they were and we were. Shaken off the dirt crunch crunch crunch down the hatch they were pretty good the next day I was down our grove and I was making a fort a kid think of around 10 years old as making a fort and I was going to last some stuff to trees and make a fort so I had some poles and stuff and saw men not disturb them go on and get this want to get ready to look down oh here's 1 of these leaks and I pick it up brush offs stuff in my mouth currents kind of the 3rd crutch. My mouth was on fire now normally when I do this I talk about positively identifying whatever it is you can eat well I didn't positively identify this 1 OK I quickly expanded out I'm glad in swallow a quick like spit it out we had a cricket runner for the crick or from the mouth you know they did help a bit. Like. Like a 1000 mosquito bites a 1000 times stronger by the time I got to our house which was only 8 of a mile my tongue in my mouth. Was so bad I couldn't even talk for 3 days. Couldn't talk for 3 days. My dad says what happened would you do. 1 or got a piece of paper knowing I could think of anybody ever got in a stinging nettle OK The only thing I think of that I must say that now you can eat now spit. 10 years old you know he said take me down show me they took him down there Jody. You must know I was going to be OK but so can talk for 3 days what I had a whole lot of was a jack and a ball and they make a little ball they're going to be Jack in a pulp with Slater. Regular Jack and Paul is going to have chrome on the bottom OK but they'll make these little balls on outside that well I got hold of 1. And they're full of these Kelsey Moxley crystals Peterson's field guide talks about these calcium oxalate crystals and the wording and here they see that as stick stream burning of the mouth well I'm going to tell you guys if that wording is anemic for what that really is. OK. Yeah I say anyways you know what these you know you're going to find a potato any so don't waste your time but there's 1 that's really close and you want to pay attention you can eat these if you told the Dr 1st it takes about 3 weeks and then you can reconstitute thrown in your soup or water and you go on E.T.S. but you don't need a mirage OK Kiran team you know I can tell you that. He will recognize a little. You can eat the flowers you know I get them before they open the lad if you get them after they open the light you're going to boil them when you boil and they get pretty Moshi later when I get them young when they're young and they're pretty good this is the best part the slow curled up the fray here that's the way what you really want you're going to pick So if you can eat the other ones but it's like leather. Coming and it's guess what still like leather. So with a little curl up on it those are pretty good care there's no look that's can you want a finer pick those and the roots are good as well. That's a root down in there and here and there found roots there is big in my arm that would be some food wouldn't so there's another look at a room and a lot of times last time these patches are all 1 plant so if you take a piece of it you're not going to hurt it. Now became of a savage you're only going to see a few leaves I won't worry at leave that because if you take something that you may kill plant so there's another kind a little the other the boy had this is a way out early there are 2 kinds of white water lilies you can eat. The flower heads you want to give them during the day and I harvest see during the day when they look like this during the day they are pretty good if they look like this during the day then they're going to boil it again a 2nd. Backup there are 2 kinds of these and Lewis and Clark learned from the Indians and this is 1 of the things that got them through was if you turn over the paths some are going to be just as green on the bottom is what they are on top. Don't worry about anything below this where flour some of the a lot of you're going to turn over is going to have a purplish or pink color to the bottom of the pad those kind they're going to have a root that goes down and. Lose Clark how to go along barefooted and they would feel for those roots because it's going to make another little 8 in the bottom in the mud and they would pick them other tolls and then they float to the top and the new take a go ahead boils a roast you know so they're not really ready yet but another few weeks and August or so you can search go barefoot in the mud looking for some of those. He may for you a cat. They're actually 6 parts of a cat tail that you can eat through this is the top are there all right now so when you gaze ahead away from CAN'T me here you can go try this out but what I do is cut peas read about here and leave a little finger hold and this here is a pounce flake this green part is what's going to turn brown later while they're green it's pretty good you're going to cut a bunch those are usually cut pollen spike off a good handful of throat boiling water for about 10 minutes. Little butter. Just like a quarter and then he'd have found anybody yet that doesn't like those he so try those out there ready to go right now. So there are 2 kinds this is the broad leaf and you'll notice that the pollen Spike says right on top of the flower bed. OK And this was the near a leaf and you know most of the power spike is separated from their actual floor and there. So now the power spikes these are the 1st things that come up there are still some out there and these are the 1st shoots in the end you see the last I have a warning irises like to grow in the same conditions these do irises have a leaf that is almost identical and irises are poisonous case of make sure if you're going to see that you can identify the iris in case they're in. Marcellus I do. Times I teach there and they haven't grown together. Irises and can't tell. US nice there because we could show the difference but keep that my K. where you talked about it in the flower part the pollen you need to use a shake than a basket they would add it to their flower and actually this is a 2nd source of flour for the Indians they would use the rhizome in the bottom and that's where we're going to go this is just above the root and depending how big around that cat tail gets as to how big this section of B. bitch peel off the green and you get down to the core and it's weight like this is like a cucumber. Those are pretty good there Scoble all of these are a little horns right at the base you know a lot of times of size and might those will actually be cat tails later but you can use that anyway you would potatoes. Those are pretty good now I still need to get a picture these little hairy roots here those are ones that are going to gather nutrients from the plant. But here starts really big 1. They're bigger than my thumb Some days are this big around that's a rise on the right as a special job is going to go out a ways and set up another plant and those rhizomes are full of energy full stars and you can boil or just throw money or fire and turning outside black and then peel them open and that starts to cool off because it starts to be hot that. You. Know that I know OK So Cat tails pretty good so you know if you got the power and we got the flower spike we have the core. And we have the 2 roots there so. You know when they get a little brown and they're still OK once they're told they're brown. It's like eating feathers. OK so now if you pick these and put them in your fridge they're still going to turn brown when you. If you're going to keep them you've got a freezer so pick and put it was thrown in your freezer then you have some in the wintertime I have a pick and put in freezer in the fridge or week later I'm going to put in there all brown anyways so OK this is water crust water crust is an excellent excellent plant and this here I got 2 views you know this is my elbow here and we're looking this way and then I turn the camera and go the other way that's a pretty good sized patch and I have that tall before and here's what the leads look like and you get different amounts of segments there you know this one's got 2 good segments and the 3rd 1 is star and I found 7. But it's going to have that 1 out in the end and it's going to have these. This is really good for salad before the flour so. The plants that once the flour shows up the plan has actually gone into another mode right here cyst vegetative started to grow vegetation later I was going to shift gears and it's going to be all reproductive when it goes reproductive it puts a flower but the whole chemistry inside plant changes these are really good for a salad until the flower shows up this is what flower looks like and that's what you're going to see right now and then what happens is a plant tastes like a radish. How do you guys like your head in your salad go and get your salad OK not big races but. Just beliefs or net that read each flavor. Yeah LEES Well you can eat flowers too but the leaves are what I what I go after so I try and get it put my freezer before the radish taste comes along. This is I'm around so you may be familiar with seeds. This is the green armor at which the seas are going to turn black and you can eat the greens as well the seeds are all green right now going to come back and take a picture later once the seeds are right and you notice is this the farmer's field when I came back take picture it modelled these off. And it helped that So these are the leaves you can eat those as well as a green carrot family we need to talk about family we've got to be really careful with care family because the most poisonous plant in the United States is in the carrot family actually we have 2 of Medicare family that are fatal OK we have. Poisoned Ham lack we got some pictures of that and then we had a. Water black and that's the most poisonous $11.00 mouthful is fatal OK. This 1 is OK yeah that's what we want to go for I'm glad you mentioned that this is a good 1 and what we're out of do is go over there Dennis find marks of the good 1 make sure you guys got that and then we'll go to the bad 1 in the very center center this on the whole this collar number all this flower here we see that little purple flower center that is a good mark. Sometimes the purple is so dark that it looks black. But it's still purple and looks back black So what are we looking for in a center purple. Purple look at a stock here we see the hair on there there's another identifying mark so if you want to get these before the flower shows up look for that here are the bad ones too and I hear them now sometimes there's a difference in I'm out of here see all the hair on this 1 and see some here on this 1 these are around the same plant it's just a branch come up OK So so I would like a point of flour airport and what it will look for on the stock there you guys are good this is the route it doesn't have a care Tina White and the very center of this is really hard and I would so you know I'm going to need center you actually need to skin in the skin you know you can kill that often throughout your soup or use to your salad there's another look there. OK yeah then or he says when you're not this big then you then are not hard so what do you think when you see the symbol. Yeah this is poisonous OK let's go over some of them are marks of the poisonous 1 here we see you definitely care leaf right. So OK that helps us identify that part but what about the rest of the Soucie C.S. stocks you see the red blotches on the stock. This bad 1 here as well as purple blotches you see here. I don't know but I know that Socrates he finally decided to give it up and this is the plan. This plan this species is what he ate and it killed him these are fatal he's here really bad OK so no hair and the purple blotches are smaller purple blotches and this evening primrose is a really good plant How do you guys like broccoli Yeah OK and broccoli for the flower head right you do the same thing and you can eat the root he's sometimes ing it strong but here's how you identify the primrose look great the scent of that flower you see that X. in there OK that is a den of fame are. Other flowers going to have that He so that you can tell for sure and see all those flower tops that's what you're going to go for you're going to cut those off. There's a nice and they're a very packed with good stuff here this is wild parsnip anybody like parsnips. Is a wild version and. You know I used to find time up north up and purr before you go across a bridge and across a bridge and up an E.P. they got a lot I thought but then I found a whole bunch of these over by lancing maybe some here have a look. That's going to have the flour on top is going to have a really deep grooves start like these there's a picture of the leaves their compound had 3 he said he mind there's another 1 there's a root some of these roots get bigger and personally you can boil them up just like you would a nother person Yeah you know Florida now this is the cow parsnip and they're out right now to OK Now there's an invasive species coming into the southern part and you don't want to handle that 1 and it looks a lot like this 1 we're going to show you some marks it doesn't have but it yeah it is are getting way tall sometimes 10 foot. You know like so wetlands a and there's a flower. There's a group of them there and there's a heavy bass all right at the X. leaf Axel So yeah heavy bass all up there now your base of 1. Hard hard weed it's call and it doesn't have that and you don't want to handle the hog weed and if you do DO NOT get your hands in the sunlight is essentially go get it washed off good because if you handle the other 1 and you get it then it makes a dermatitis really similar to poison ivy and it takes months to heal up OK So you know how to get into that 1. There's a route this is a spindly route compared to what you can normally get OK So this is an Jellicoe they're up right now as well and this was a. Property that was private property so I didn't pull this off I just took pictures but there's you know it's going to have. Leaves that look a lot like a like a you know maple leaf there compound threes as well Scout bases on it as well at the leaf axles and you know it's a purple stock OK So those are met anybody recognize this and this in my bittersweet I call it pop it in it's a little bit better at 1st but then I nectar comes through and it turns sweet like he's so damn lines of any for centuries in the greens you want to. If you want this much greens you go serve with this man who is going to cook down OK So Greens are awesome and the roots are good you know you can eat them like arsenic or you can dry. And then you can roast them you know grain them roast them and then you can percolate them and make a really healthy coffee substitute. This is curly dock we got 3 darts here in Michigan it happens a lot and curly dark is 1 this plant here gets its name from the leaf curly some of the older names and it's more rears called the yellow dot because the root when you snap a yellow inside this plant has more vitamin E. than or carrots it has more vitamin C. than oranges it's a really awesome plant so it's really good your salad and the roots you can eat as well this occurred early Darkseed. OK you can just pull those right off and use those direct So as you pull them off plant it's kind of like cardboard but if you warm up 1st then the carbohydrates are sweet and I learned from a gal she made some biscuits out of a new P. Chevy Travis kit and I was expecting cardboard enough and sweet oh I learned something so I told you guys I was student right. OK this is Bird Act And this is actually my favorite route. And these are the leaves here. A lot of people say oh no rhubarb family actually it's not it's in the daisy family the flower is what dictates what plant a plant is part of and this is a flower before they all turn like that. And actually in the wintertime this is going to be a source because you're going to look out you're going to see the old this is a 2 year plant the 1st year it's just going to have a big Rosetta leaves and then the 2nd year it's going to go ahead and send up the stock if you see these out there in the wintertime you go over there and you're going to dig down a track and find some of those 1st year plants and then you dig that root and some of those roots can get this line and that big around it takes about an hour and a half to 2 hours to bake it and when you do it turns all sweet like a sweet potato would be nice if you need to sweep it before you make it and any sweet potato have to bake it see the difference and the carbohydrates turn on it and sweet so really good plant there back in Fern is something you can eat but you can eat it when it's like that. But you can eat it when it's like this they're called fiddleheads. Hey fiddleheads you want to get up when you're all curled up like this when they do this number then you can what happens is when they do this number they start making an enzyme inside on the net enzyme mess with your brain and if you get enough of that actually fry your brain so you know how to do that sort of your mind like this and then they're good you know it's a good stage here and here like a string bean a and my boys they love her thrown in her freezer and so these are really good these are ostrich fern these do not have that so it takes quite a while for this leaf done for all and so you can always try to grab that Curly coup out and he ended to be nice and tender and there's another look there some more and this is what they look like once they're off for now and so if you spot those That's what they look like right now if you spot those Remember that spot come back in the spring and get some of the fiddleheads from the grasses there are no poisonous grasses worldwide. Grasses or Hossam food and I don't have time to go into all the stories if you do get the D.V.D. their stories their 1 of the things that you have to worry about grasses is there's a fungus that grows on them and we're going to play this little clip here. Would you. See. This is. Earth fungus. And. Basically started way back in the hundreds. As we 1st play records. Is a lake's the best sister is here. But it grows in the wild grasses. Their way saying mostly back in the 1416 hunters who is prevalent the winner is. About the disease or. Actually. Treat. Say Anthony and. His name is big time to St Anthony's fire. And they say that it does it. It destroys and there is underneath the skin there. There's the capillaries. Tense Bernie feeling. Relieved industry green. Good thing it. Grass is sure. Is going. Her start. To. See just dark. Old. Farrier. See. To make sure that she sees starkness he. Can. Save or say. Very. Rich or summer. Summer. Here it's hard to see in the here. And this summer I've seen it all over the place in basically after. He. Is here like we see. With a merge these are easy to spot. Sometimes it's just a big as well. He doesn't mind the Sir Guy. Because a scene is nice for news out of your disease. Destroys your brain there's isn't any fix and. No poisonous gases worldwide but he can then needed. Or get sinus keep in mind. You know it think about this. Disease room. He's actually in 2001. Who had a break over an Ethiopian people. Are infected with this or. Who's he could he. Says. And here's a. Look at what you're doing just look closely just make sure. You know. He's on the list and he. Figures emerged. And. Again it's not a good. To. Show or. This is what's called the Earth got close. To this like an emerging here. So this is to. Go through these if. This is what causes the scene is nice for you to seize. This night if you see this also on the. Other 1 here just a 2nd. Here's the other critics house you can see the ones emerging. To come. Here. To fix a lot of different grasses there some up here to this. Is going to grass seeds and you see this you can't eat. You know I found a kind that 1 year and I haven't seen it so. Yeah he likes the low temperature. You know you get on your hands and panel so he can now. If you go to Google a new Google Earth got fungus. For a while that clip was number 1 on the list I think last time something I looked at was number 3 so. I needed to mention that because I guess yesterday there tell me that they didn't hear the clips very well on the audio. Go to Google Google Earth got fungus and then you'll see that little clips there so. You can eat the leaves you can eat I like the part just above the roof a little section there it's good you know you get that feeling it's basic because people it's got a lot of sugar to it OK there's all kinds of grasses so we're going to kind of flip through the because I'm really going to push the tank here this Japanese knotweed we kind of mentioned that a Japanese looks like and there's another 1 now when you cook this you better stand right there you're going to put them in and about 2 minutes later they're done. If you walk away they're going to be much. So keep that in mind through some artichoke through some are. You know you're looking for the root on that some people may be familiar drew some large oak there's actually 2 in the United States here 1 is the. Domesticated kind the B.. The root is there no there's the native kind which this is and then has just a longer tube or hey these are the leaves here and there's a stock and there's a whole batch on there and there's a tubers this is the this is the actual native kind of. Jerusalem artichoke here and if you could recognize the stocks in the winter then you can begin to get 2 years and when there are no winners well. OK this is lame score lame scores awesome play it and many of you have this here garden and you pull it up as a weed and actually this has except for 2 places it has more nutritional speech OK so for 2 years and I actually like this better spiritual love space. Where you're going to identify some people call goose's foot because the shape of the leaf. Is going to have these of Morley's it's going to have that purple right in the leaf axle there are a hard lot like mushroom Yeah I fooled some guys at her church once when I read a dish in the sun. Oh I think I heard the thing will. Taste good. So he's this is Milo and Milo is a good plant. Flowers. Flower they're going to turn into a curled up and then there's going to be a little disc shows up in there called cheesy and you can eat the leaves you can eat those cheesy so you can eat the root of the root is very good the unions used to use a root and you throw it in there soup and it was taken it into a stew this is a milk we. Got some toxin to it OK but it's 1 of several plants that has a water soluble attacks and so we can actually get rid of a special kind of water OK And Matt says boiling water and he's right that's the special kind of water I said it that way because I wanted you to think about this for a minute and it's got to be boiling water you're going to have 3 batches. How many batches. Of water boiling water you're going to take it you're going to throw inside the 1st batch for about 2 minutes then you pull out of there and throw it into the 2nd batch of what kind of water OK No 2 minutes and then you can throw the 3rd batch. Water for 10 or over if you want to tender as you like OK that process right there will go ahead and leech out the poison that's it and then you go and eat it this is 1 of my favorite ones throughout the summer a lot of people eat them when they're this big but I found if you go to the very top the tops are always tender so I'll take the tops you can eat the flowers as well when some of their like this they're pretty good but you have to boil when you're like this they turn a lot like mush OK they're still hot of all if you boil. If you used the 1st 1 hotter and the 2nd 1 was cold water if you took it from hot in the cold you just sealed the poison in the place you will finish your process but it will still be there when you said there are several plants that have that property through it so these are good when they're like this when they get bigger then they've got a lot of feathers inside them and those are so good that sizes could be this is mustard there are no poisonous mustard worldwide mustard has a huge family they're not always yellow which you can look inside the flower if you're going to have 4 paddles OK you're going to have 6 Stayman 3 on each side MILLER You know 1 pistol if you find a flower that has that recipe you found something in the mustard family and it's not poisonous. Oh the parts are a little a mustard greens have been used as long as daylight is have a and there's flour and even with the dust there's leaves you can eat those and look how big they can get as the biggest winner from. This is south or so this is in the lettuce family there are no poisonous leather says. They're in the sunflower family and some far from them it was so huge they had to break it up so if you Google the chicory try a broken up into tribes if you do the chicory tribe or the some far family then you'll end up with your wild lettuces there are no poisonous lettuces worldwide This is 1 of and 1 of the things going to happen they're going to break the stem of the leaf and it's going to have that milky SAP and that he'd like the milk we does but this 1 when it gets older has a bitter taste because the reproductive. Or there's another look there and they're going to class the stem see others least class the stem. This is near 0 relief 1 same type of thing OK. Daisy flower sunflower flower and that as well OK these are stinging nettle sting you know or out of or you just gotta watch out for it's armor and 1 of the nice things about it you can take and just stick it over your fire pull it out turn it over. And it'll will that quick and it will burn all the way hairs off the little hairs stick in here and cause for make acid that's what the sting is and then you need this pretty good that way there's another look at this tomato night shade. We're going to show you this 1 and this was a good 1 there we're going to show you 1 it's not good OK or color to flour 18 or color the are the fruit A cannot eat the green ones the green ones will make you sick but when they're all black minus any of the. Year they see the patterns here will have patterns are gone it's all black and you can hear them OK Well there's that symbol colors effort. Red 5 of the. Killer Guy of my size OK and they grow in eastern side United States a color of the flower purple so remember that that's the bad guys right there who's going to some medicine plants we may find a need out there we could do all series this and that what we're going to do is actually touch some of the really heavy horse power lines this is playing tame planting comes 2 ways because of the narrow leaf and it comes at a broadly OK There have been 3 laboratories of tests of this plant and found out that it has 2 things 1 is a broad spectrum antibiotic. Were to her doctor a broad spectrum antibiotic if you have a sore loser certain Fessor up you can smash these up you know put it on they're going to wrap it was change that couple times a day and antibiotic will help take care of that it also has an anti-inflammatory and so that's going to help as well and I have used it internal it works internally as well had a bladder infection and I've had a couple and I've used the. Bactrim and the Supro and those work and last time I had 1 I told my wife I would try this. I took near a leaf. And I to those 3 times. 3 of those 2 times a day in 7 days it was totally gone so it works OK So. I don't tell your pharmacy that. It helps for the stings I'll show you no plans even better OK so this works these are the seeds you can eat the seeds you can eat the plant you know is a good 1 for food this 1 hears excellent for B. stings sextant for poison it's excellent for any skin irritation a skin irritation. My son had poison ivy and blisters were as big as my finger and we took some of those through a blender but it was a plaque nip the corner every step couple hours he would drool it on there 3 days the blister was gone it was still red and his system had to heal but it was awesome so there's another look. The stock is what you want had juices in that stock and even in the fall when it starts to dry out the segments here you bring them right it's a segment that's still got some and they're really good for mosquito bites and any skin irritation rash any type of thing like that I have all kinds of stories I can tell Carol here. Today that question hard you know you try to. Try and see. 3 and see I try to athletes what works and then OK so that's what you're looking for it's got to do a color flowers This is called touch me or jewel weed and it's got the orange color there's also the pale touch me which has same properties in the plant but it's got a yellow flower a. Hard grow them if you like the wet stuff OK. This they do. It helps. And I knew her fungal as well mama is an excellent plant for any breathing you know if you really could just good stuff you could use it for reading and that's a 2 year plan this was 2 years old this is the 1st year and you take those leaves and you go ahead and boils up to make a tea and that works pretty good this is feverfew. Feverfew is 1 of your aspirin sources and Willow is the other and I will is a lot stronger. As a Salus and the feverfew does it's in the bark so you take bark beetle it up throw it mix it in make a little T. Hey they're useful plants OK this is good also be your tooth brush you take that you have use that has a property that kills plaque. So well this is also going to be your toilet paper and when you find some seaweed we teach a well rounded class you know. You hear them oh and it's going to be your toilet paper you're going to find that sit in your pocket because that will happen at some point. And this is a soap or it's got that symbol on there you now want to eat this this will severely irritate your old digestive tract but it's really good so you can take and crush your hands and a little water sometimes a lather and you'd be surprised how dirty your hands are and it can clean right up to his you're so. Comes into collars this is kind of a pinkish color here and then a white both of those work so for this is Yarrow and the leaves are really good for mosquito repellent. Another thing is your mitts a minute families they're really good for mosquitoes there's a couple of colors and this is a leaf here and talk about bugs A. Says a Baptist locusts and wild honey actually the locus he ate was a tree made Pods and it was filled with seeds and that's of course was he but if you go a little over the because you can find that certain bugs are clean OK in wilderness survival you're going to hear a lot of guys talking about eating bugs. You go over to some of the Aboriginal areas where they do these and they never eat them raw OK these bugs can get little bugs in them. Parasites in them and if you eat them raw see the guys on T.V. they're they're going for the shock treatment because more shock means more viewers more viewers means a bigger paycheck OK And so now every If you go over to places grasshoppers are so skewered 1st so thrown in a fire the term are crispy and then open that's OK So we had at least cover that part how we got about 2 minutes we're going to have questions and then we'll have to exit and we can have a whole bunch of questions out there. Us through those are poisonous the root the stem the leaves and even the fruit when it's green OK when it turns all yellow and you want it all yellow. Well you want it. Because then it doesn't have the poison. And he'd just the fruit do not eat the seeds. Chalk cherries. OK. So chalk here you could do the seed itself. The Indians used to take them and they would crush them there and make patties and they would say that when your time and the seed itself has some arsenic in. When you bake that drives. OK. Here when you break it off. Smells like here. Poison him like smells like OK so he's talking about the wild here when you break it it smells like Care does. It taste like OK there's a care OK who would want to poison ones if they do I had a question has to be before and so. Hotel. Around there so I pull 1 up staff sure enough it does smells like a care. Question over here. I've eaten many apples and so I would just never seemed to me you go away with me give you diarrhea OK so you're lucky you get away with it that's good. And it can give you there is a bad year in the hospital OK to get rid of it so. OK We got 1 more question and then we close it off. Did you say something about having a D.V.D. or CD resource of we do we have a D.V.D. here that covers a whole lot more than what I covered here OK so let's go. Bar has for prayer there Father I thank you that you scatter things out there for us to eat in order to help us learn the things that we can gather. We remember that you provide but you don't drop in or my sweeties clicked help us learn how to collect and then scatter for us when we mean that. If you're into. This media was brought to you by audio 1st a website dedicated to spreading God's word through free sermon audio and much more if you would like to know more about audio 1st point if you would like to listen to more sermon leave a Visit W W W audio verse or.


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