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We're totally going to eat these if you don't stop us.

Our new apartment comes with a garden that contains a mix of both edible plants and decorative plants. There are a few plants that we're pretty sure are edible, but we'd like to be 100% sure before we, you know, eat them. Help us out? Pictures inside. [more inside]
posted by kyrademon on Oct 10, 2013 - 8 answers

What in the world do I bring to a Presbyterian covered dish dinner?

I have been racking my brain all week trying to figure out a main dish to bring to a Presbyterian covered dish dinner I have to go to this Sunday. Normally this would not require this much brainpower but of course, it has a theme: international. The other challenge-we are on a pretty tight budget at the moment. I need something edible, inexpensive, and with at least a tepid nod of the head to the theme. [more inside]
posted by St. Alia of the Bunnies on Jul 26, 2013 - 32 answers

Is it safe to drink? Trading Places edition

How old is too old to drink frozen concentrated orange juice? [more inside]
posted by Fiat124 on Mar 24, 2013 - 8 answers

can i eat it: grey pickled eggs

I made some pickled eggs for the first time. I just opened the jar, and: all of the eggs are varying shades of greyish- brownish. Most of them still have white spots and stripes. They smell fine (for hardboiled eggs soaked in vinegar I mean), but will I die if I eat them?
posted by windykites on Feb 27, 2013 - 11 answers

need a catchy phrase

My workplace, a public library, is planning to replace/ enhance the landscaping with ornamental, edible vegetables. We'll be donating the produce to the local food pantry as it comes available. What we need is a catchy promotional phrase to promote and advertise what we're doing. One early suggestion was "food, not flowers" but that's dry and sort of negative. So, give me your best, catchiest, inspired ideas!
posted by LaBellaStella on Jan 16, 2013 - 21 answers

Any edible insects or game meat in NYC?

Any NYC restaurants that serve edible insects or game meat? [more inside]
posted by delasoull on Dec 20, 2011 - 10 answers

What plant were they picking, and why?

What plant did the elderly Asian ladies collect by the riverbank, and what will they use it for? [more inside]
posted by gemmy on Apr 11, 2010 - 7 answers

Can I Eat it? Raw-milk Cheese edition.

I just received some delicious-looking raw-milk cheese in the mail. It was room temperature. It does not appear molded. It is shrink-wrapped. I'd hate to waste it, but I don't want to take any chances especially because it is raw-milk cheese. [more inside]
posted by verevi on Dec 31, 2009 - 10 answers

How much should I charge for my fruit tree planting service?

I am doing a lot of landscaping gigs lately, and want to start planting Edible Landscape for folks. How much should I charge for an edible tree package? [more inside]
posted by Sentus on Dec 6, 2009 - 9 answers

Why don't we eat the leaves off the trees?

Why do we eat leaves from plants that grow on the ground, but not from trees? [more inside]
posted by escabeche on Aug 17, 2009 - 27 answers

Where can I get edible flowers in the Bay area (USA)?

Where can I get edible flowers in the Bay area (USA)? [more inside]
posted by CommonSense on Nov 2, 2008 - 11 answers

Not-quite-Canadian Rockies edible plants: what's the best reference?

I'm going backpacking for a couple of weeks in the Beartooth mountains next summer. I'll be above the tree line most of the time. I'd like to have some local herbs and greens to make trail food more palatable. Is the flora described in Edible and Medicinal Plants of the Rockies going to be the right stuff for this trip? Is there another pack-reference which will better describe this biome? [more inside]
posted by a robot made out of meat on Aug 24, 2008 - 3 answers

Hard-boiled Egg Filter: Eat 'em or Toss 'em

I hard-boiled a dozen eggs this morning. They've been sitting in the same water they boiled in which is now at room temperature (about 20C/70F) for approximately six to eight hours. Are they still good? [more inside]
posted by deborah on May 12, 2007 - 58 answers

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