Month: June 2019

WorldWild Podcast Interview

worldwild podcast with sunny savage

What a delight to be in conversation with Miles Irving of the WorldWild Podcast! Take a listen (skip to minute 6 to start of our conversation) as we discuss invasive species, the uniqueness of Hawaii’s biodiversity, and our wild future ahead. Miles is the founder/owner of Forager, a phenomenal company that started selling wild vegetables …

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How to Make Kiawe Tea

iced kiawe mesquite tea

Want a healthy recipe to make with freshly harvested kiawe (Prosopis pallida) beans? Watch the video to see how to capture this naturally sweet goodness. Kiawe tea is delicious hot, cold, or frozen. Seen here iced, blended with cat’s ear and dandelion root tea, and served with fresh coconut milk. You can also freeze kiawe …

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Hoja Santa (Piper auritum) Wild Yeast Starter

False awa (Piper auritum) wild yeast starter

Do you love fizzy drinks? Looking for a 100% local wild yeast to kickstart your fermentation for wild sodas? False awa (Piper auritum), also called hoja santa, is an incredible new discovery in my wild kitchen. This crazy invasive provides plenty of fizz from its flowers/inflourescences, recipe coming! Jar on left showing bubbles forming after …

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How Not to Kill Yourself Foraging

how not to kill yourself foraging free guide

Release of FREE Guide on Plant Identification Aloha, Today is the release of an offering I’ve been so excited to share. A great compliment to my book Wild Food Plants of Hawai’i, this project gave me the opportunity to provide more detailed information on plant identification and a resource list for digging deeper. Visit our …

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