|Guide to Northeastern Wild Edibles|
|by Barrie E. Kavasch|
Along roadsides and trails, wild plants blaze out their glory: in hedgerows and marshes their more retiring relatives bloom modestly.
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Mix salt with ... moisture. Add carrots to pepper. While cabbage ... container. Cover and freeze. This thaws ... serving and leftover slaw can be refrozen.
Mix salt and cabbage and let set in bowl for 1 hour. Squeeze out excess moisture. Add carrots and pepper and let stand while you make the dressing. ...
Shred cabbage; sprinkle with 1 ... of salt. Let stand 1 hour. Squeeze cabbage dry. Boil 1 minute. Cool and pour over slaw. Put in ziplock bag and freeze.
Mix salt with ... 1 minute. Cool to lukewarm, pour over ... containers. Cover and freeze. This slaw ... short time and unused portions can be re-frozen.
Mix salt with ... 1 minutes. Cool to lukewarm. Pour over ... into containers, cover and freeze, thaws easily. Any slaw that is leftover can be refrozen.
Mix cabbage and ... other ingredients. Bring to a boil. Cool ... over slaw. Mix gently. Pack into meal-sized freezer containers. Cover tightly and freeze.
Mix salt with ... Bring all ingredients to boil and boil ... lukewarm. Pour over slaw and mix gently. Pack into containers and freeze. Cabbage remains crisp.
Mix salt with ... 1 minute. Cool to lukewarm. Pour over ... into containers and freeze. This thaws ... minutes for serving. Leftover slaw can be refrozen.
Mix salt with ... carrots and pepper. Combine dressing ingredients and boil 1 minute; cool to lukewarm. Pour over slaw mix. Put into containers. Freeze.
(This can be used for freezing coleslaw also.) Mix salt ... 1 minute. Cool to lukewarm. Pour over slaw ... freezing, put in containers, cover and freeze.
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