To me one of the best parts about camping/ being in nature is the ability to identify and devour wild edibles. We are blessed in the NW with a large supply of wild edible plants, esp in the puget sound region. Did you know that over 99 percent of the sea algea in puget sound is edible? Post your favorite wild foods and recipes if you have any. I really like.... using acorns to create flour and then cooking up muffins (include some blackberrie) nettle stew dandelion pesto all the native edible berries (thimbleberry is my no1, with huckleberry at no.2) Wild edibles are a great way to supplemnt backcountry and front country cooking. Please share your thoughts. Also, when harvesting, please use responsible harvest techniques to ensure future success of the plants and future harvests.