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- Bush Tucker Plants or Bush Food - Australian native food plants: Contains information on Aboriginal, Colonial, and Modern usage of various varieties present before European colonization, along with descriptions.
- Disgusting critter just needs a new image ... and gravy.: Humorous article from The Standard-Times containing information on eating nutria.
- Facts on Edible Wild Greens in Maine: University of Maine Cooperative Extension bulletin with descriptions of and recipes for dandelions, fiddleheads, yellow rocket, lamb's-quarters, orache, and purslane.
- Facts on Fiddleheads: University of Maine Cooperative Extension bulletin with picture, description, recipes, safety notices, and information on cooking and pickling the young coiled fern leaves.
- Gernot Katzer's Spice Dictionary - Lemon Myrtle: Information about the herb, its botany, chemistry, history and culinary usage.
- How to Tap Maple Trees and Make Syrup: Includes information on yield, tree physiology, step by step instructions, where to go for help, additional reading, and references. (PDF file)
- Kudzu Cuisine: Information on Pueraria lobata as a source of food and other products. Includes photographs, contests, recipes, stories and nutritional information.
- Laurel (Bay): Description and information on Laurus nobilis.
- NatureNode: Nature Articles: Information about edible and poisonous plants, the outdoors, gardening, animals, conservation, and camping.
- Our Wild Foods to the World: Australian edible plants information page. Includes photos.
- Razor Clams, Oregon Coast: One page of instructions for digging, catching, cleaning and cooking razor clams.
- Razor Clams: Digging, Cooking, & Cleaning: Instructions on digging, cleaning and cooking razor clams along the west coast of the United States of America. Includes photos.
- Samphire: General information about Crithmum maritimum or sea fennel.
- Sassafras: Information and description on Sassafras officinale.
- School of Self-Reliance's Wild Food Foraging Page: Informational pages on some common North American flora including carob, dandelion, epazote, lambsquarter, mallow, miners lettuce, mustard, nasturtium, prickly pear cactus and sowthistle.
- Seattle Times: The Geoduck Chronicles: How an obscure bivalve became the object of international desire. Humorous article about this soft-shelled clam.
- The Edible Psathyrellas of Haiti: Presents information and pictures on the marketing in Brooklyn, New York, of djon-djon, wild mushrooms included in a rice dish that is very popular in Haiti.
- The Forager's Virtual Wild Food Field Guide: A guide for helping find, identify, and use several edible wild mushrooms and plants of the northeastern US.
- Wild Harvest: Information on gathering and cooking mushrooms, fiddleheads, ramps, and leaks. Calendar of seasonal availability, recipes and tips.
- Wilderness Survival: Edible Plants: Describes the identification and preparation of flora for consumption. Includes diagrams, the Universal Edibility Test, and lists of edible varieties.