Tag Archives: Anya Pozdeeva

Spring is here, Sun of God is ressurected, Foraging season begins!

I love Jesus, Sun of God. For all his glory, warmth, strength and vitamin D it creates in my body. With his all mighty presence, the plants are alive and growing and Mother Nature resurrects once again. The waters, free from … Continue reading

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Cyanide in Garlic mustard, Alliaria petiolata.

I would like to remind my friends foragers to be careful not to indulge of over-consumption of wild plants. Wild plants are super-foods, and accumulate both nutrients and poisons in higher rates than cultivated plants; can’t gulp them by lbs … Continue reading

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Mycoremediation Responce Team of SAVEfarms.org

Bridgeport Mycoremediation Response Team Project Bridgeport, being a prominent industrial center for decades in US history, is suffering from the high pollution levels associated with heavy industries. The land and surrounding waters, wildlife and people are affected. SAVEfarms.org and its … Continue reading

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SAVEfarms with Anya Pozdeeva on Weeds and Mushrooms

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Goldenrod in season, while supply lasts

Solidago, or Goldenrod, is invasive yet beneficial plant you can find in your area. One of the best natural remedies for throat inflammation and to boost energy, the herb can be found in all parts of US and the world. … Continue reading

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Plantain Omelet

Plantain Omelet, from http://www.FoodUnderYourFeet.com Plantain Omelet Recipe Easy and high in essential nutrients healthy breakfast or lunch, which will take only 5 minutes to make, from scratch! Broadleaf Plantain (Plantago Major) is very high in beta carotene (A) and calcium. … Continue reading

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Celebrate summer with Wild Rose Sangria.

Beginner of summer is celebrated with blossoming roses, dancing maidens and this wonderful, elegant Wild Rose Sangria. Wild Rose Sangria, the tribute to the Goddess in you. Recipe: 4 parts still or seltzer water 1 part fresh wild rose petals … Continue reading

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