10 edible plants in food shortages

Till Daling
8 min readJul 11, 2022

[B]EAT inflation

As always, if you prefer watching this as a video, it’s linked at the bottom of the page.

It has always been useful to know your natural environment. But now, in times of potential food shortages and higher prices, it could be vital to know which plants you can eat and which ones you should better leave where they are.

So today, we’re going to work our way through ten edibles that not only keep you full and healthy but also from spending half your salary on spinach and avocado.

Useful Rules

  1. Always make sure to be 100% sure to identify correctly before eating any wild plants.
  2. If it’s your first try, only consume one species at a time. That way you can rule out food allergies and see which plants have a future in your meal plan.

Ground Elder (Aegopodium podagraria)

We are starting with one of the most abundant plants around. Ground Elder. If you ever walked along the woodland border, parks, or pretty much every somewhat natural garden, the chances are high that you came across the extensive…



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