Peppermint – Wild Edibles Series

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Published on July 2, 2016

In this video we take a look at wild peppermint, show you how to identify it, as well as how to enjoy it.

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  1. i will add them to my earl grey. it is a great way to use them. i am a new subscriber. have a great day. Mark

  2. love finding mints..especially catnip. 🙂 thanks for the cool videos. :)

  3. I like this series on wild edible plants! Good video

  4. You must live on earth! It just so happens to be mid July here. Do love fresh mint tea while camping though Catnip can suffice.

  5. David can point me to a good book that is in color for edible plants that it is small enough to but in my pack. Thank you

  6. I have some dried peppermint leaves that a friend grows that I use for tea.

    Wado for sharing.

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