Loc: Portland, OR
I'm a PNW'er and can't recall seeing any such guidebook as you are seeking. I believe our corner of the USA is somewhat impoverished when it comes to native edible species -- although we can boast quite a diversity edible berries and... FUNGUS! I hope you find what you're looking for. I'd be curious to see such a guidebook, too.
Hi, sometimes you come across laminated 1 page sheets with wild edibles. I couldn't find something small enough so I borrowed some info from This site which I put into a coil bound book. It's about 1 cm thick and 8.5 x 5.5. Not pocket sized, but it fits in the top of my backpack.
I would love to hear if you come across something better! Or maybe we should put one together!
Without a doubt, the hardest thing of all in a survival situation is to cook without the benefit of seasonings and flavourings. - Ray Mears
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