Edible parts of pine, spruce, larch, linden, willow, maple, aspen, poplar, elm, culinary recipes.

Edible parts of sapwood pine. You can eat raw. Boiled. Grind into flour. Cook porridge. Anthers can be consumed raw, these are not open yellow or pink-red male inflorescences. Young shoots (peeled). Can be eaten raw. Dry. Pot. Bumps. Seeds (black, with a webbed wing) can be consumed raw. Dry. 

Needles vitamin drink. Needles have anti-zingotic, biostimulating and antimicrobial effects. The kidneys have an emollient, expectorant, antimicrobial, disinfectant, diuretic, weak choleretic, anti-zingotic and blood-purifying effect. Pollen: in spring to collect blooming yellow cones. Dry in the sun. Then shake out pollen from them to brew it like tea (with rheumatism, gout, after serious illness, etc.).

cones + 1 kg of sugar. For the preparation of honey, only young green cones are needed. Harvest time is the end of May. Sort cones, remove debris, rinse in clean water. Pour into a container and pour cold water so that it covers the cones by 1.5 cm. Boil for 20 minutes. Let it brew for a day. The resulting infusion (it will be green) strain and add granulated sugar. Cook, like ordinary jam, at least an hour and a half. Remove the resulting foam. It will turn out “honey” of raspberry color, almost as natural in consistency. Honey from pine cones has pronounced bactericidal and healing properties. It is especially useful for exhaustion, diseases of the gastrointestinal tract and respiratory tract..

Pine cone jam.

1 kg of pine cones + 1 kg of sugar + 10 glasses of water. Collect cones when they are green, have not hardened and have just begun to unfold. Wash the cones thoroughly. Pour in cold water. Insist two weeks. Cook sugar syrup. Add cones to it. Cook, with constant stirring, until all the cones are opened. Black scale does not need to be removed. The jam should be dark brown with a pleasant taste and aroma.

Pine extract.

Cut the young shoots of pine into small pieces. To fill with water. Boil for half an hour. Strain the liquid through several layers of gauze. Then: 12 l. this liquid + 800 g sugar. Cook until the syrup thickens to the consistency of molasses. Drain into a container. Close tight. Store in a cool dry place. Shelf life up to one year.

Soft drink.

Young needles 50 g + 0.5 liters of boiled water. Good needles to grind. To fill with water. Insist in a dark, cool place for two hours. Strain. Add some citric acid and granulated sugar. To use immediately after preparation, during storage the drink loses vitamins.

Decoction of pine needles.

5 tbsp. l crushed needles of young pine needles + 500 ml of water (daily dose). Simmer for about 10 minutes. Then, insist about 10 hours in the heat. Strain. Instead of drinking water during the day, it acts envelopingly and removes radionuclides and other foreign inclusions from the body, especially with radiation infection.

Pine needles infusion.

4 cups of crushed winter pine needles + 700 ml of cold water + 1 tsp. citric acid. Insist 3 days in a dark place. Strain. Add sugar. Drink like a vitamin drink, half a glass 3 times a day.

Edible parts of spruce (Christmas tree), recipes from spruce (Christmas tree).

Edible parts ate sapwood. You can eat raw. Cook. Dry. Grind into flour. Cook porridge. Young bumps. Can be eaten raw. Cook. A decoction of pine needles was eaten, as well as from other conifers, an anti-zingotic agent. It also has choleretic, diaphoretic and analgesic effects..

Decoction of spruce needles.

Rinse spruce needles and boil for half an hour in a sealed container. Let it brew.

Jam from young fir cones.

Cones 1 kg + water 10 tbsp. + sugar 1 kg. Sort out the cones and rinse. Pour in cold water. Give a day to insist. Pour sugar into a container for cooking jam, add water, bring to a boil. Sugar must be completely dissolved. In hot syrup add soaked cones. Cook, stirring, until the cones completely dissolve the jam is ready. Remove scale during cooking. Jam should be kept in a cool place. One spoonful of jam per day has a positive effect on increasing immunity and relieving fatigue.

Edible Larch Parts.

Edible parts: sapwood, rolled into a tube and dried, needles of a vitamin drink, food supplement, natki thickened on the trunks of juice. The needles of larch contain a large amount of ascorbic acid, which, after steaming, can be used as a vitamin infusion for scurvy and general depletion of the body. A decoction of young shoots, after boiling and straining, can be used for coughing with sputum, with bloating, with constipation, with tape worms. For various diseases of the stomach, peptic ulcer of the duodenum, heartburn, hiccups: swallow 50 mg of larch resin 3 times a day before meals. For acute toothache, gum disease: chew larch resin. Or, in the form of a plate, set the resin on a sore tooth or gum.

Edible parts of linden.

Edible parts: flowers, young leaves, young trunks, sapwood. Brew tea flowers (cold remedy). Young leaves, to taste, remind leaf lettuce. Young trunks, up to 2 cm thick, clear of bark, chop into pieces, dry, grind into flour, bake flat cakes.

Edible parts of willow, scallops, pussy-willow, rocket, talnik, willow recipes.

Edible parts leaves, young shoots, sapwood. Young willow leaves can be eaten raw, mixed with other herbs. Can be boiled and steamed.

Willow paste.

To clear young shoots of bark. Boil for half an hour in saline. To grind. Add grated horseradish. Mix. Use for sandwiches.

“Sweet Willow”.

To clear young shoots of bark. Cook in thick sugar syrup for about 20 minutes. Cool.

Willow Tea.

Young willow leaves + raspberry leaves + strawberry leaves. Fold in pottery, can be ceramic or metal. Close tightly, cover with thick dough, clay. Put in the oven (in a Russian oven, etc.). Strain for about 6 hours until the leaves turn green to dark brown. Then cut and dry. Store in a glass or metal container in a dry place..

Edible Maple Parts.

Edible parts: juice (in spring), buds, young shoots (raw and boiled), sapwood. Maple sap is well known and highly regarded. A significant amount goes to the production of sugar and syrup..

Edible Aspen Parts.

Edible parts: buds, young shoots (raw and boiled), leaves, sapwood.

Edible Poplar Parts.

Edible parts: buds, young shoots (raw and boiled), sapwood.

Edible parts of rusty elm.

A drink made from elm sapwood soothes a cough and prevents exhaustion. Elm seeds have a lot of fat and protein..

Edible parts of dwarf polar willow.

Almost completely edible. In early spring, you can eat (even raw) the inner parts of young shoots free from bark. Young leaves are edible 7-10 times richer in vitamin C than oranges. Edible blooming “earrings”, young roots, peeled, boiled and ground trunks are edible.

Based on the book “Survival beyond the threshold of civilization”.
Nagorsky S.V..

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