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The broader family they belong to is the lily family, which can be a problem for foragers, because some lilies are toxic and resemble onions at first glance.
13 EDIBLE PLANTS YOU CAN STILL FIND IN THE WINTERBY TIM MACWELCH/OUTDOOR LIFEDECEMBER 1, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
Andy is a budding locavore, a self-taught forager, and a mad scientist in the kitchen.
MUSHROOM HUNTING AT THE END OF THE WORLDDANNY PALUMBONOVEMBER 12, 2020EATER
Some kayakers are seasoned seaweed foragers since they’re able to reach areas that many land-based folks can’t.
14 WILD EDIBLES YOU CAN PULL RIGHT OUT OF THE OCEANBY BOB MCNALLY/FIELD & STREAMOCTOBER 19, 2020POPULAR SCIENCE
The forager encumbered with the weight of his plunder finally dropped it and made his escape.
Why take a capital comrade, a good cook and forager and story-teller, and make him uncomfortable by turning him into an officer?
THE LONG ROLLMARY JOHNSTON
Jeff was the best kind of a forager; he knew how to buy and he knew instinctively where to find things.
However, I was a very good forager and managed to have enough to eat most of the time.
This served also as the family forager for meat, and game, both feathered and "red skins."
Every mess had in it a forager; that is, one skilled in the art of picking up delicacies.
Like ants when a forager who has found a honey pot returns to the nest, they are all eager to go and see and taste for themselves.

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