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info on edible wild plants of the sonoran desert.
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  I am looking for nutritional info on Palo Verde tree seeds and flowers, also edible properties of mesquite trees, desert willow and devils claw and other plants etc. of the Sonora desert in Arizona…Continue

Started this discussion. Last reply by Jennifer Wadsworth Jun 1, 2014.

 

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DePhane Marcelle replied to Shamar sherburne's discussion info on Edible wild foods of the sonoran desert in the group Native & Perennial Foods
"Devils claw is wonderful.. A friend gave us some seed's they got wild from the road side.. The little spoiled free range chicken's gobbled them up before we could harvest.."
Nov 10, 2014
Jennifer Wadsworth commented on Shamar sherburne's blog post info on edible plants of the sonoran desert.
"Another resource:  Hodgson, Wendy, Food Plants of the Sonoran Desert, University of Arizona Press, 2001."
Jun 23, 2014
Sheryl Shantz commented on Shamar sherburne's blog post info on edible plants of the sonoran desert.
"Along with that, I was wondering if you can make flour out of dry Ironwood tree pods and Palo Verde tree pods?"
Jun 10, 2014
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  I am looking for nutritional info on Palo Verde tree seeds and flowers, also mesquite trees, also what is edible on desert willow and devils claw and other plants etc. of the Sonora desert in Arizona if you have any info or know who to contact.    thanks Shamar SherburneSee More
Jun 3, 2014
Liz & Dan commented on Shamar sherburne's blog post info on edible plants of the sonoran desert.
"I'm not sure where to find the nutritional info, like what you'd see on a nutrition label… all I've seen are some anecdotal comments like 'high in protein', low glycemic, etc… I would be interested as well.…"
Jun 2, 2014
Jennifer Wadsworth replied to Shamar sherburne's discussion info on edible wild plants of the sonoran desert.
Jun 1, 2014
Andrew Greaves replied to Shamar sherburne's discussion info on edible wild plants of the sonoran desert.
"I know that the mesquite bean can be ground up And made into a flour. That is all I know."
Jun 1, 2014
Jennifer Wadsworth commented on Shamar sherburne's blog post info on edible plants of the sonoran desert.
"I would post this question to the Native Foods group on this site - lots of knowledge there:  http://www.phoenixpermaculture.org/group/nativefoods"
May 31, 2014
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info on edible wild plants of the sonoran desert.

  I am looking for nutritional info on Palo Verde tree seeds and flowers, also edible properties of mesquite trees, desert willow and devils claw and other plants etc. of the Sonora desert in Arizona if you have any info or know who to contact.    thanks Shamar SherburneSee More
May 30, 2014

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I live in arizona I am concerned about the times in which we live and I want to be prepared. and I like to learn what is edible and how to survive in the desert.

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info on edible plants of the sonoran desert.

 
 I am looking for nutritional info on Palo Verde tree seeds and flowers, also mesquite trees, and edible properties of the desert willow and devils claw and other plants etc. of the Sonora desert in Arizona if you have any info or know who to contact.    thanks Shamar Sherburne

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