Acorn Recipe: Acorn and Purple Corn Banana Bread Muffins

The original recipe came from this site, but I changed a few things to suit my needs and this is what we wound up with! They are ridiculously delicious and really easy if you already have overripe bananas on hand. Mine were incredibly ripe and totally black on the outside but super sweet on the inside. […]

Acorn Awareness

Disclaimer: I am not going to include references or footnotes in this article. Although I bring up some points and ideas that would perhaps be well served by doing so, this article is 100% my opinion and is not intended to be taken as the truth. I just want to share a perspective. While this […]

August recap and Edible Plant Workshop

Hey, friends! Thanks for taking the time to read the Red Earth Wildcrafted blog today. We aren’t very consistent about writing, and that absolutely kills readership and growth. I am sure that many other craftspeople find that to be a huge issue as well- handling the admin, especially the online aspect of running and growing […]

Corn Salad

Valerianella radiata This native wild edible, known as corn salad or mâché is fairly common in this area, but will disappear as the days get hotter and longer. One of the key identifying features is the erect stem with opposite branching that you can see in the picture. It has tiny white flowers with five […]