A tubby suburban dad watching hunting and adventure shows
on TV and wondering could I do that?
This is the chronicle of my adventures as I learn to learn to Forage,
Hunt and Fish for food that has lived as I would wish to myself -
Wild and Free.
I dont know if it`s "EDIBIE" Wacker,I give anything Im not sure of to my vile neighbour and wait to see what happens.I`ve not seen him for a while,better chuck those weird mushrooms away..;)
Looks like a red current to me. You will soon know when you taste one!
I would guess Highbush cranberry (Viburnum trilobum) http://plants.usda.gov/plantguide/pdf/cs_viopa2.pdf
Well dear sir, the internet does wonders, but how much of it can you really trust?Any way I was looking at the leaves and a website stated the following: "The edges of the leaf can be smooth or have rounded bumps, huge lobes or toothed edges. Currants have lobed leaves with toothed edges."Here is a picture, small but one, to compare for the website.http://www.ehow.co.uk/facts_6054213_shrub-leaf-identification.html <---- website just in case I guess. Haha!
I think it is a highbush cranberry. I'm not familiar with currants but we have lots of highbush cranberries in manitoba and they look like this.
Try one, and if you are posting again tomorrow, then we'll know it's edible...: )I'm joking - don't try one 'til you are certain.
So... what is it?
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