Wilderness Surival – Edible Plants & Edibility Test

Reggie Bennett from Mountain Shepherd teaches how to determine what plants in the wilderness are edible and what plants are poisonous. For the entire playlist of Wilderness Survival Videos visit: youtube.com For more information on Mountain Shepherd Survival School or to sign up for classes visit: MountainShepherd.com

7 Comments on "Wilderness Surival – Edible Plants & Edibility Test"

  1. survivethewild | July 13, 2010 at 7:55 pm |

    As general rules, yes. But what about Queen Anne’s Lace?

    Also, before touching any plant, you should know how to identify poison ivy, oak, and sumac.

    – Joe

  2. TheScorpion615 | July 13, 2010 at 8:51 pm |

    well its a good thing that you didnt eat it.

  3. Casper48022 | July 13, 2010 at 9:29 pm |

    i can barely hear this guy..

  4. maskman177 | July 13, 2010 at 9:58 pm |

    well he says if it has any hair on it. nettles have hair on them but they are edible. boil the leaves and have a nettle tea, also pines from evergreens are mostly edible when boiled in water.

  5. ColeFried81 | July 13, 2010 at 10:17 pm |

    great video! thanks for the upload bobby.

  6. Omnignosis | July 13, 2010 at 11:12 pm |

    I’ve chewed on hemlock before and nothing happened. I used to rub the flowers on my hands too and smell them.

  7. now this is a very helpful tip to remember, i wouldn’t mind being stranded in the wilderness as long as i had someone like Reggie Bennett with me.

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