Eat Fresh & Local Food FREE without Growing a Garden


John from shares with you how you can eat fresh, local food FREE without growing a garden. In this episode, John has special guest Katrina Blair who is a wild food expert who shares with you the 13 Essential Plants for Human Survival.

If you are a prepper, survivalist, city dweller, vegan, vegetarian, raw foodist or anyone that eat foods you will want to watch this episode to learn about the 13 most prevalent weeds that grow all over the world where man has disturbed the soil.

This episode filmed in Las Vegas in a standard residential city neighborhood reveals just how much wild food may be growing around you and how to use it.

Besides learning about the 13 different wild edible weeds that you may be able to find near you, you will discover the best way to include them into your diet with a easy to make recipe that can be made on a daily basis to improve the health of you and your family.

Finally John will sit down with Katrina and will discuss topics such as harvesting wild edibles in the big city, near pollution, dog pee and more. You will also learn if wild harvest foods is better than conventionally grown and even organic foods. John will also share his insight if wild foods are better than garden grown foods.

Katrina will share how she will come to you and teach people in your area about these amazing wild foods. You can learn more and contact Katrina at:

Finally John will share with you Katrina’s new book, “The Wild Wisdom of Weeds: 13 Essential Plants for Human Survival” and how you can get the book plus SEEDS for these 13 wild foods that can be planted and grown near you for the easiest garden ever! This offer is for a limited time only while supplies last and is only available if you purchase at the link below:

Purple Tree Mallow:

The Wild Wisdom of Weeds is the only book on foraging and edible weeds to focus on the thirteen weeds found all over the world, each of which represents a complete food source and extensive medical pharmacy and first-aid kit. More than just a field guide to wild edibles, it is a global plan for human survival.

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