A playing card deck by Linda Runyon, with photos and descriptions of 52 different edible plants alongside traditional suit marks.
Each edible plant is shown in a full-color photograph for easy identification. A map identifies the geographic areas where the plant grows in the wild. The card face explains warnings, characteristics, uses, plant parts, aliases, and special cooking hints. For examples, the steams, leaves, flowers, and hips of roses can be eaten raw, sautéed or steamed.
This deck is ideal for hikers, campers, scouts, survival experts, and gourmet cooks. Wild Foods Playing Cards have traditional suit marks and can be used for many fun card games.
- 52 cards
- 2.75 x 1 x 3.75 inches