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Foraged Flavor: How to Tap Maple Trees (And What to Do With the Sap)

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Spring is in the air, and with it comes the window to tap wild maple trees. Here's how, and how to make the most out of the sap you harvest. More

Foraged Flavor: All About Pine

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Even in the depths of winter, you can still forage pine. (And no, that doesn't mean eating your old Christmas tree.) Here's how. More

Foraged Flavor: All About Juniper

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You may know it as the flavoring in gin, but there's more to juniper than meets the eye. More

Foraged Flavor: All About Shagbark Hickory Bark

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Last month we gathered shagbark hickory nuts, and now it's time to see what we can do with the bark of the same tree. (Hint: it involves ice cream.) More

Foraged Flavor: Wild Hickory Nuts

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This year there's a special abundance of wild hickories, whose nuts are ideal for all kinds of holiday dishes. Here's how to find, shell, and use these fresh raw nuts from the wild. More

Foraged Flavor: All About Sumac

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The ruby-hued, tart-flavored wild fruit is just as tasty as it is beautiful. More

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