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:D a bit too far for me..but cheese pie sounds great! :)haha, maybe you should start with frog legs? they won't be so..... snaily :D
Hahah i guess sintija didn't like the idea, don't take her to France :). Jopy, I haven't tried snail but maybe at some point we should :D
Oh, yes, I remember your pink flower :) cheese and wine are ok, but snails!!?? omg, I never try it, can't put it in my mouth...grrrr....
Fireweeds are in France!!You can add them to your pie! :)
I think I should also have the spotting when it's flowering and you identified it but should be long time ago :). Yes a lot of cheese and wine and a bit of snails :)
When we go to France? :) I can't resist cheesy pie...btw. nice spotting, I have spotted this plant in flower, didn't upload it here but will soon :)
Not a fan of baguette but did get lost in the cheese section of the market so you two take jopy and come for a real cheesy pie :)
And so far, you are most familiar with the cheese-plant and the baguette-plant! There plants are very good to know in France... haha
woops, then maybe you won't be able to eat them in case you're lost in the French jungle :S But there are tons of other edible plants, so no worries :)That is so great!!!!
Haven't seen this plant here, yet. Oh and here is still summer, there are butterflies everywhere just a bit too active :).
:)pretty amazing that people really eat them so much!!!!and now I'm really considering to try them :DI also can't wait! :)
hahaha, nice one :)
http://lmgtfy.com/?q=fireweed+recipes :D :D :D
But girls also add some recipes :). Ehh already got some amazing french spottings but first I need to finish uploading the danish ones also got few amazing ones as a last :)
hahah guys thanks to you if one day i'm lost in the french jungle I will be able to find food :D
Great Sintija! Food for free :D Nice link!!!
Haha! Nope! Never... I enjoy your spottings too much for that... And I cant wait to se what you are goinf to find in France!!! :)
Thank you, Tiz, didn't know that! :)I found that " shoots are edible raw. young leaves are edible raw.flowers are edible raw. flower bud clusters can be cooked as vegetable.stem pith can be added to soups as thickener." http://northernbushcraft.com/plants/fire...I can eat them whole summer, they are growing in huge amounts in my country! :D :)
Hahah again you came up with such idea, you are really trying to get rid of me :).
Hahaha! Well done Faredin! And since we are talking about this flower i have an other fact for you, the root is edible :)
well, that is a brilliant idea! :D
I better update the spotting before someone else complains that had to read 5 comments :D
they are pretty when they have flowers, too :)(this is how they look after the flowering)
Spotted on Sep 20, 2013 Submitted on Sep 26, 2013