The shoots and tubers from daylilies offer us fresh local greens as early as April and May. The leaves, stems and tubers are excellent in stir fries, steamed and any other way onions or leeks are used.
I have seen a lot of good things in my back yard lately. I decided to just go take some photos of the wild edibles there, so I could show you. Who knows? Maybe you’ll see some familiar plants and find some food or medicine in your own back yard.
This is the best way to make a clean, adhesive acorn flour. Yes, there are easier methods to get flour, but this process yields the finest product that will store for years in a cool place. Any acorn works with this technique.