Wild Edibles Plus
By WinterRoot LLC
Open iTunes to buy and download apps.
The popular foraging resource is now available on the iPad!
In addition to all of the features you are familiar with, Wild Edibles Plus contains NEW content! Here is what you'll find:
+ 167 Major plants with info on finding, harvesting, and eating them
+ 57 Minor plants, including similar and poisonous relatives
+ 877 Recipes
+ 800 Beautiful, instructive photos
+ Ability to take personal notes on each plant
+ Drill down to identify relevant plants
+ Glossary terms
Wild Edibles offers a massive compendium of foraging knowledge suitable for beginners and experts alike. Use this app at home as a quick reference, or in the field as a replacement for cumbersome field guides. Providing the subject's most comprehensive resource in a compact digital form, this app takes wild edible plants to a whole new level of accessibility!
NOTE: This app does not require you to be connected to the internet. The download is large and best done from iTunes on your computer, and then synced onto the device. Once the app is on your iPad, however, there is no need to be connected to the internet to use the app.
What's New in Version 1.5
* Recipe Fix
* Bug fixes
Brill's foraging app is topnotch
Wildman Steve Brill covers all the bases in this wild edibles app. Not only how to identify the proper plant, but where confusion similar plant might occur and how to avoid the confusion. There are tips on how and when to harvest the edible parts of the plant in question and even recipes. The several photos/ drawings of each plant are for the most part very helpful, though occasionally a close up leaves room for improvement.
My one complaint, aside from the fact that the app is not optimized for the ipad, is that all this information is separated, which can be helpful if there is only one piece of information you are looking for, but really needs to be integrated better to be useful. At present, little bits of text without an explanatory photo about how to harvest a plant, say, on a different page from which parts are used for food just seem to take up space and time when both and more could fit better on one page without trouble, and be both helpful and be more aesthetically pleasing.
Nevertheless, as a longtime, amateur field botanist, i went through this manual and was quite pleased with the choices Brill has made and his knowledge of the field. Looking forward to app updates and further additions to the guide.
Best Wild Foods App
Steve Brill's Wild Foods App is the most comprehensive App for identifying and using wild foods. I love that for each plant there are identification keys and information that helps differentiate the plant from similar-looking plants.
There has been many new plants added since I started using the App. Also, there is now medicinal information and recipes.
If you want an App from one of the most respected wild foods teachers, this is the way to go.
Learn to Forage.
This app is a great tool to have if your just starting to forage. This knowledge of wild edible plants that has been passed down from generation to generation would have surely been lost if it weren't for people like Steve Brill. Keep up the good work!
- Category: Health & Fitness
- Updated: Feb 15, 2014
- Version: 1.5
- Size: 876 MB
- Languages: English, Bokmål, Norwegian, Catalan, Czech, Danish, Dutch, Finnish, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Hungarian, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Polish, Portuguese, Romanian, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Slovak, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Seller: WinterRoot LLC
- © Copyright 2012 WinterRoot and 'Wildman' Steve Brill
Compatibility: Requires iOS 4.3 or later. Compatible with iPad.