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Plant Friends & Flavors of the Finger Lakes - Shared screen with speaker view
Kelly Makosch
11:10
Hi Gundy!
norm trigoboff
11:27
Hi Gundy
Gundy Lee
27:56
how is it different from Queen Annes lace
Kelly Makosch
28:37
Great question. We will be sure to ask Annabel at the end of the presentation.
James Cagle
29:44
Wild Carrot and Queen Annes Lace are the same - Daucus carota
Zoya Kaufmann
30:40
Wow, thank you for sharing this. I've loved gobo root for so long, but had no idea that the seeds were palatable!
Matthew Tesch
42:17
The flesh surrounding black walnuts can be used to make a dark stain for woodworking
Kaela Klapan
42:36
Thank you for sharing all of this knowledge! Can you recommend a foraging book that is specific to our area?
David Arkin
43:19
Yes Matthew. It also stains your hands, so wear gloves when removing the fleshy husk.
Catherine Landis
43:49
Can we get the recipe for the pine needle currant scones?
Brandon Hoak
43:57
Adding to what Matthew said it the stain can also be used to do ink drawing on paper!
Kelly Makosch
44:14
I love all of these tips!
Kelly Makosch
44:46
We will definitely ask about the recipe!
Alice Moore
44:48
I grew up with a black walnut tree in our front yard. Tough to harvest but so delicious. I would love the recipes you have mentioned.
Elizabeth Herman
48:00
I've tried harvesting black walnuts, but it seems like they always have maggots inside. Maybe I'm harvesting at the wrong time of year?
Gail Shapiro
49:13
What is in the drink your roommate referred to like a smoothy?
norm trigoboff
52:24
Pine scones, I get it now.
Gundy Lee
56:54
A Guide to the Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Finger Lakes Trail by Heather Houskeeper is a good guide for this area.
Edie Jodz
57:15
Thank you, Gundy!
Emma Lou Sheikh
57:30
iNaturalist a wonderful,identification app
Kelly Makosch
58:06
Great! And the book Annabel just mentioned is, "Foraging and Feasting, A Field Guide and Wild Food Cookbook" by Dina Falconi
Elizabeth Herman
58:27
I also use iNaturalist - it's great!
Sarah How
59:22
Thank you. Wonderful!
Liz Martin
59:28
thank you this was really fun!
kelly
59:31
Thank you so much for this info!
Zoya Kaufmann
59:33
This was wonderful, thanks for putting this on!
Karen Kudej
59:36
Thank you!
Sophie Brown
59:37
Thank you! Fabulous!
Kate Dickin
59:42
Thanks so much!
Sarah How
59:51
it would be great to have the books listed on the website
Irene Liu (she/her)
59:52
Please let us know if you give tours when we can all be together — would love some confidence in plant ID!
Claire Wolf
59:52
Thank you! What great information and creative ways to make plants into food!
Rebecca Ruggles
59:52
Thank you ! So interesting .
Rachael Renzi
59:55
Thank you!!
Deanna English
59:56
Thank you. It was great.
Elizabeth Herman
01:00:01
Thank you so much!! I'm inspired to do some winter foraging for the first time :)
Neil Patterson
01:00:02
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Maureen Lyons
01:00:27
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Susan Van Sickle
01:00:30
Thank you, Annabel and FLLT
Monika Wood
01:00:32
thank you! Great program!
Elizabeth Berliner
01:00:34
thank u