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Eating wild is eating well / Christopher Nyerges ; interviewed by Barbara Dunlap.

Program Title:
Eating wild is eating well / Christopher Nyerges ; interviewed by Barbara Dunlap.
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PRA Archive #: 
KZ1714
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Interview with Christopher Nyerges, author of "Urban Wilderness: a Guidebook for Resourceful City Living." He discusses naturalism, wilderness survival techniques, and how gathering, preparing, and tasting wild edible plants is possible for the city dweller. He points out the "weeds" such as lambsquarter, sow thistle, and amaranth lend distinctive flavor and rich nutrition to soup and salad.|EATING WILD IS EATING WELL / Christopher Nyerges| interviewed by Barbara Dunlap. - SERIES: New signals| 191191 - Interview with Christopher Nyerges, author of "Urban Wilderness: a Guidebook for Resourceful City Living." He discusses naturalism, wilderness survival techniques, and how gathering, preparing, and tasting wild edible plants is possible for the city dweller. He points out the "weeds" such as lambsquarter, sow thistle, and amaranth lend distinctive flavor and rich nutrition to soup and salad. - BROADCAST: 3 Sept. 1991.

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3 Sept. 1991.
Item duration: 
1 reel (53 min.) : 7 1/2 ips., mono.|53:00
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Los Angeles : Pacifica Radio Archive, 1991.
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