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Scrambled Eggs with Fiddleheads
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This is a quickie. You can make a tasty breakfast using a forest herb and eggs.

The recipes that i will be showing will involve wild edibles in varying degree, from seasoning/garnish to the complete meal. It is my hope that if we had to live threw a societal meltdown of some type, that we could at least still eat decent meals. Knowing how to cook with what you have and can find will help.

I will be posting my recipes on my web site http://www.nancys-world.com/ along with any information updates. I also invite you , my viewers to join my discussion forms and share your ideas. This will be helpful to everyone, as it will only build and strengthen the prepper / patriot community.

also see ; http://survivalchef.mygofoods.com/

Thank you for watching.

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Learn more at: http://nancys-world.com/

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