Nature’s Garden: A Guide to Identifying, Harvesting, and Preparing Edible Wild Plants
Samuel Thayer’s second book covering 41 new wild edibles and important food plants, such as hackberry and American lotus. You will find mouth-watering photography of cranberries, blueberries, huckleberries, strawberries, wild plums, and more. You’ll hear of new methods for using dandelions. You’ll finally be able to make sense of the tricky wild lettuce / sow thistle group. You’ll discover that wild carrot and poison hemlock can be reliably told apart, thanks to a detailed chart accompanied by 19 photographs. You can read more exciting myth-busting about poisonous plant fables and the maligned black nightshade, plus anecdotes about purple children and the hazards of eating cacti. Yet perhaps the best part is the information about the importance of acorns.
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Our lamb & goat meat is USDA inspected, vacuum sealed for freshness and then frozen. We hand pick and pack each order to ensure your products are received in optimal condition. Each package includes a re-usable insulated cooler, insulating liner and subzero gel pack to maintain the appropriate temperature for your products so they arrive frozen, partially thawed or chilled (42 degrees F or below).
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Our Lamb & Goat meat is USDA inspected, vacuum sealed for freshness then frozen, and shipped in insulated, reusable coolers with gel packs and/or dry ice. The shipping cost includes reusable, insulated container and coolants.
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We offer Flat rate shipping of $34.95 to the continental U.S. The shipping cost includes the cost of reusable insulated container and coolants. Contact us for more information. We do not have a farm store so we do not sell direct from our farm due to Wisconsin State regulation requirements.
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Your product is vacuum sealed and frozen to preserve quality and to provide a wholesome product. Depending on the season and the amount ordered your products may arrive frozen or slightly thawed. As long as the meat is cool to the touch you may cook or refreeze with confidence.
Refrigerate or freeze your order upon arrival. Refrigerated vacuum sealed meat products will hold for 1 week if properly refrigerated at 34 degrees F or lower. Once the vacuum seal is opened use the product within two to three days. If you will freeze your product, set your freezer as cold as possible–preferably under zero degrees F for the best results. Up to six months is the standard storage time for frozen meats.
For best results thaw in the sealed packaging overnight in your refrigerator. Leaving the meat in the original packaging during thawing preserves the flavor and natural juices. The meat can also be thawed in the original packaging in cold water. Keep the water cold by changing every 30 minutes until the meat is thawed. We do not recommend using a microwave to defrost meat.