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Wild Plants You Can Eat In Case You Need to Survive in the Wild

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Here are 10 wild plants you can eat.
Learn about them, how to find them, and try them now for when an emergency shall knock the door.
10. Wild Onions: Although some may or may not have flowers attached, but any plant you find that smells like onion or garlic is edible.
9. Prickly Pear Cactus: The fruit resembles pear and the pad can be eaten like a vegetable. A real life-saver if you’re in a prickly situation!
8. Plantain: The entire plant is edible and has inherent medicinal qualities as well!
7. Pine: There are over 100 different species of pine, and they are richly known for providing Vitamin A and C!
6. Lamb's Quarters: High in protein, vitamin A, calcium, phosphorus, and potassium!
5. Kudzu: Known to produce beautiful purple-colored, grape-smelling blossoms and used for making wine too!
4. Dandelions: They are found everywhere and are rich in vitamin A, C, and beta-carotene!
3. Clovers: They are easy to spot anywhere and they are rich with many medicinal uses and edible too.
2. Cattails: With brown, cigar-shaped top, you can find the cattail in open wet areas as well as swamps and ditches.
1. Chickweed: Considered as a weed, it grows pretty much everywhere. The flowers, leaves and stems are used in teas or oral decoctions.