Nuts and seeds of edible wild plants produce proteins and fats. Extract oil from juicy nuts such as beech. Chop the shell, separate it from the pulp. Boil slightly in water, removing the oil as it floats to the surface, or allow to cool and separate.
Edible nuts and seeds of some wild plants, their preparation and eating during survival in an emergency.
Store nuts and seeds in a cool, dry place, preferably in an airtight container. From 500 grams of nuts, you can get up to 300 milliliters of nutritious oil.
the leaves are divided into lobes, and all varieties have well-known acorns. Peel and boil them in several waters to soften the bitterness, or soak in cold water for 2-3 days. In another embodiment, they can be buried with ash and charcoal and occasionally watered. Then fry, fried acorns make good flour or coffee substitute.
In the wild grows in the warmer areas of the Mediterranean east of Afghanistan. These trees, up to 10 meters tall, have many small oval leaves and a bunch of nuts with a green nucleolus and a reddish skin. Eat raw or lightly brown over charcoal.
In the wild, grows in warm, dry areas of Europe and Asia, widely distributed artificially throughout the world. It resembles a large peach tree with branches strewn with flowers, small arrow-shaped leaves and clusters of nuts in a green leathery shell. Beware of bitter varieties that contain prussic acid..
Based on the book Complete Survival Guide for Extreme Situations, in the Wild, on Land and at Sea.