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Don’t be caught in the wild without this little green app. Arm yourself with expert
Having this tool on your iPhone, iPad, or iPod Touch is like having your own
organic edible weed guru with you at all times. In addition to preparing you for
a survival situation or apocalypse, this app will help expand your diet by helping
you find new and fun foods to eat. Wouldn’t you like to know how to safely
harvest dandelion flowers, wild strawberries, lamb’s quarters, wild onion, and
miner’s lettuce? How would you like to bring them home and turn them into
delicious smoothies, salads, soups, and more?
• 60+ wild edible plants that are common in most parts of the world
• The most poisonous plants to clear of
• Detailed descriptions and vivid color photos of each plant
• USDA nutritional information for all of the wild edibles in the app
• Tasty recipes you’ll love
• Beautiful HD videos that further aid in plant identification
• Helpful tips regarding safety, identification, uses, and much, much more•
• The ability to save you $$$ on your grocery bill
• Free updates for life!
If you are a gardener, hiker, adventurer, or lover of the outdoors, this wild edibles
app is for you!
What's New in Version 5.1
Fixed iPhone5 bug with navigation
Added more videos!
Great app, but needs a tiny intro to understand it
So I read the great reviews and the poor reviews and I was surprised at the contrast. The biggest complaint was small pictures. I thought they were right at first. Finding the larger pictures is not as intuitive as I would like, but once found, does make the app worth the $4.99 we spent.
To get to the large image with poisonous red berries that appears in the "details" screen, click first on the plant description. The center part of the next screen scrolls and seems to hold the only info. BUT, the bottom scrolls as well. Drag up on the word "poisonous" (or edible if that is the plant) and several large images are below.
I was almost very sad that I had purchased the app when I couldn't find large images as well. But I wasn't about to give up on Sergei and his app since I enjoyed his lecture so much. I clicked and dragged in unusual spots. This app and his book are bringing me even more fun and nutrition in foraging. I wish all who read this, wellness and peace!
Spring is here… Time to use this app!
I love this app! I bought it awhile back and have definitely received a lot of bang for my buck! It's spring again in my nick of the woods so I am excited to start using it! I highly recommend it!
Pictures too small
I would love it if you could click on these thumbnails to enlarge them as they are of no use identifying the plant in the tiny thumbnail size. If this could be changed, this would be a great app!