PRIMITIVE WILD SURVIVAL FOOD: Six Edible Coastal Plants

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I found these six edible wild plants while exploring a small coastal canyon. They require no preparation and can be eaten raw. Glasswort, wild celery, and cattail are common in many parts of the world. Lemonade berries are only found in California. Ice plant and sea purslane is common in much of the world. The fruit of the unidentified tree in this video is still a mystery to me. I ate seven fruits and felt no problem afterwards so I believe they are safe to eat. Any help in identifying this tree and also the plant resembling ice plant would be greatly appreciated.

DISCLAIMER: This video is intended to be a medium for me to share my experiences with wild plants. It is NOT intended to be used as the only source of identification. Some plants and fungi are difficult to identify. Always use several sources of information and/or a professional guide. Even when properly identified some people could have adverse reactions to edible wild plants and fungi.

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Drums of the Deep by Kevin MacLeod is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution license (https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by/4.0/)
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