Learning to eat wild plants for survival is extremely beneficial and not only because there are many of them, but primarily because they can be the main, if not the only, source of nutrition. But first you need to learn how to check and test the edibility of unfamiliar wild plants.
Verification and test for the edibility of wild plants in conditions of survival in extreme or emergency situations.
Edible less than half of all wild plants, and most of them only partially. Therefore, in order to take advantage of the generosity of nature, you will need to have an accurate knowledge of its gifts. If you know which plants to look for and which ones to avoid, you can get yourself enough food to maintain your existence. If you’re not sure which plant you’ve met, or want to determine if it is edible, carefully observe the following rules for verifying edibility.
The edibility test of plants may seem too long and over-careful, however, one of the basic principles of survival techniques is to choose the safest, if not simple, option. Start checking your plants before your food runs out. Better yet, do this as part of a planned preparation for survival in natural conditions. Keep notes of your experiments.
Based on materials on the pasture.