Tag Archive for: wild greens

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Protected: Emerald Ecstasy

INTRODUCTION With 130 botanicals used in the making of Chartreuse, this drink packs an incredible amount of botanical signatures. Think about this with each sip! INGREDIENTS 1.5 oz green chartreuse2 oz fresh Spanish Needles juice .5…
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Spanish Needles Pesto

INTRODUCTION Any way we can eat more wild greens in our diet the better. Pesto is so versatile, and easily tolerated by even those who might not be adventurous eaters. Chef Samantha Schaberg created this delicious recipe, mild in flavor and…
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Spanish Needles Fermented Hot Sauce

INTRODUCTION Who doesn’t love hot sauce?  In this recipe, we’ve used our extra Spanish Needles greens and Hawaiian chilis to craft a spicy ferment of wild flavor, perfect for an infusion of heat to any dish. We are so grateful to…
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Protected: Spanish Needles Galangal Kefir

INTRODUCTION A bubbly refreshing probiotic beverage bringing joy to the belly and body. This kefir recipe uses a Spanish Needles and galangal tea blend to create a tasty keiki-approved flavor. Recipe by Sophia Keel https://www.instagram.com/natureofsophia/ INGREDIENTS 2…
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Spanish Needles Kimchi

INTRODUCTION Kimchi is a delicious ferment packed with flavor and probiotics. Eat it alone or with any of your favorite savory dishes. We're super grateful to the wonderful Pascal Baudar and his work with wild food; this is an adaptation…
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Spanish Needles Lilikoʻi Hot Shots

INTRODUCTION We're grateful to Kyra Bramble, owner and chef at , for this recipe. Here's what she says about it, "This hot shot recipe has become a staple in my kitchen, and with the addition of Spanish Needles it’s a super potion. It…
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Spanish Needles Herbed Seed Loaf

INTRODUCTIONS This loaf of bread is an adaptation of a recipe called "The Life-Changing Loaf of Bread."  Gluten-free and grain-free, it's delicious and a great way to enjoy your wild greens. You can find the original recipe on MyNewRoots.org. INGREDIENTS 1…
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Spanish Needles Flax Crackers

INTRODUCTION Flax crackers are a delicious alternative to traditional wheat crackers and this version is full of wild nutrition.  They are amazing on their own, even better dipped into one of our wild pestos! This recipe was adapted…
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Chinese Violet Artichoke Dip

INTRODUCTION This is a great party dip that is so easy to make. With the mild spinach-like flavor of Chinese violet (Asystasia gangetica), this is a great introductory dish for people who might be hesitant to try eating wild foods. It doesn't…
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Chinese Violet (Asystasia gangetica) Edible Greens

Boiled Chinese violet (Asystasia gangetica) greens. Photo by Sunny Savage Tolerating moist conditions and a variety of soil types, Chinese violet (Asystasia gangetica) is an almost vine-like weed ubiquitous to both wild spaces and gardens…
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Moringa Powder & Processing Cassava Root – Eat Local Maui Challenge

EAT LOCAL MAUI 2021 Challenge was held from September 12-18  Day 2 Breakfast Eggs (gifted - I am seriously realizing how much food is gifted and traded, phenomenal to let the strength of that really sink in), Chinese…
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Wild Spring Greens in the Tropics

If you're getting a wee bit jealous of all the foragers in North America, Europe, and northern Asia who are harvesting dandelions right now, just remember that here in Hawai'i the cat's ear (Hypochaeris radicata) can be used in almost all…