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An Instant Guide to Edible Plants
is an ideal compact guide to the identification and uses of the most commonly found edible wild plants of North America.
An easy-to-understand system of color-coded bands that denotes the edible part of the plant leads quickly to the correct section of the book. Detailed full-color illustrations, concise text, including information on the food uses of each species, and a distribution map allow you to make a positive identification. Symbols alert you to the dangers of similar, sometimes poisonous, plants.
This entry provides identification and uses of the most commonly found edible plants of North America, with four-color illustrations, and symbols that alert the reader to the dangers of poisonous plants that look similar to edible ones.