{ Foraging } Purslane: The Superfood in Your Garden | + Product Reveal

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Is this incredibly nutritious supergreen growing right under your nose? I’m willing to bet that it is!

Purslane is so good for you and it’s abundant and readily available. A superfood that doesn’t have to be harvested on top of a sacred Peruvian mountain, dried, ground into a powder, and then shipped halfway across the planet? Now there’s a win-win-win.

Purslane is:

  • The most omega-3-rich land plant on the planet
  • Very rich in iron, magnesium, manganese, copper, potassium and calcium
  • Very high in vitamins A and C
  • Rich in fibre

Plus, it’s super yummy!

One thing I didn’t mention in the video is that purslane is a summer plant, so don’t despair if you’re reading this in the depths of winter and don’t see it around and about. When the sun comes out you’ll spot it – and then you’ll start seeing it everywhere. Kind of like when you learn a new word and then start hearing it 150 times a day.

 

Video: How to Forage for Purslane | Wild Green Superfood

Here are my tips for sourcing your own personal stash of purslane, plus a few of the mind-boggling health benefits of this powerful wild edible.

And stick around for our bonus at the end, where we finally spill the beans on our exciting product launch.

*Nos amis francophones, cliquez sur le petit CC à droite pour les sous-titres.*

Enjoy those yummy wild greens, and do comment below with your fave purslane recipes!

 

Crunch, crunch, crunch,

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p.p.s. Caught the foraging bug? Here’s another video I made on the topic, in the middle of glorious spring.

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