This week's wild edible is Goldenrod!
-All parts above ground on this plant are edible. Flowers and leaves can be eaten fresh, cooked as greens, or dried and used to make tea.
-This plant can usually be found in fields or pastures, along roadsides, forests, or wastelands.
-Growing roughly 2-5' tall on average, this plant can easily be identified by its clusters of yellow flowers, hairy stems, and faint licorice-like smell when crushed.
Be sure to avoid any plants growing near roads, around chemicals, other poisonous plants, or polluted/contaminated water.
As always, be sure to use the Universal Edibility Test to ensure the plant is the correct plant and to help identify any unknown allergies you may have.