Tag Archive for: wild edible greens

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Chinese Violet Spanakopita

INTRODUCTION Crispy, flaky, buttery phyllo dough always seems to be a crowd pleaser. These are special occasion feast food at my house, due to the time they take to make, but always so loved and appreciated. The mild flavor of Chinese violet…
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Wild Amaranth (Amaranthus spinosus)

Now growing from 30°N to 30°S around the globe, Wild Amaranth (Amaranthus spinosus) originates from the lowland parts of tropical Central and South America. It is a highly valued food, and some of its medicinal benefits are as an anti-inflammatory…
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Spiny Amaranth Ranch Spice Rub

Introduction This is one of Savage Kitchen's favorite recipes! It's a versatile seasoning that can be mixed into dips, sprinkled on salads, or added to soups. Recipe by Chef Robert Ramshur. Ingredients 1/2 cup Dried Spiny Amaranth…
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Dried Spiny Amaranth Greens

INTRODUCTION Dehydrating Spiny Amaranth greens is a great way to preserve the wild nutrition for later use. Add the powdered or flaked/crushed greens to smoothies, sauces, soups, rice - anything that needs a little extra green goodness! INGREDIENTS Fresh…

Wild Bitters Bliss

Bitters brewing away since last December...pulled out of the pantry...to feed the digestive fires. This batch came to be when I stumbled upon a beautiful patch of sow thistle plants (Sonchus oleraceus) while skipping along a country trail.…