VIDEO: We Went Foraging For Winter's Wild Edibles

Debbie Naha forages for wild edibles during the late winter in Pequea, Pa. Source: NPR

People might not think of winter as a fruitful season for foraging wild edibles, but nutritionist and expert forager Debbie Naha says there's actually a lot out there that you can find year-round.

Naha first got into foraging during college, when a fellow student told her that you could eat the dandelions growing on the campus lawn. That sparked her interest in wild plants;

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