Descriptions and illustrations of more than 370 edible wild plants found in eastern and central North America, plus 37 poisonous look-alikes
Over 400 drawings and 78 color photographs show precisely how to recognize each species
14 habitats are described in full detail, with plants in each habitat listed by season for easy collecting
Preparation directions for 22 different food uses, including cereals, jams and jellies, teas, and many others
In my opinion this is the best for the east. It is the book I used extensively when I lived in Michigan and Ohio, and studied plants in surrounding states. This book has use symbols in the margin that indicate the use of the plant.