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This weed is a great addition to your inventory of wild edibles. Wild carrot — also known as Queen Anne’s lace (Daucus carota), bird’s nest, and bishop’s lace — is a great little root that can be found in fields. This article and video offer some great advice on finding it.
When you are learning about wild edibles you have to have access to color photos and videos. Those drawings just don’t cut it. That’s what makes this article so important.
You should be careful of wild carrot because there is a look-alike called poison hemlock and it is dangerous. This stuff will ruin your day and even worse depending on how much you eat.
The tops look very similar to wild carrots and the root is a white carrot-shaped vegetable. Keep an eye out for wild carrot but be cautious of poison hemlock.
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