FORAGE: The Purslane Passport
Find out how a humble weed can be a portal to meaningful relationships, a new view on the world, and even hope for a climate-challenged future.
Foraging and eating purslane can help you:
- Incorporate more vitamin A & C into your diet, as well as magnesium, manganese, iron, and calcium
- Get more omega-3 fatty acid than from any other leafy green
- Connect with local traditions and recipes, along with a community of foragers
- Find hope for a climate-challenged planet
About the Author
Shruti Tharayil is a self-taught herbalist and founder of the initiative “Forgotten Greens” where she showcases disappearing knowledge about the wild edibles that grow in India’s diverse ecosystems.