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Southeastern Edibles - A Field & Culinary Guide to the Edible Wild Plants of the Southeast

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  • These are the southeastern states that contain the edible plants shown in this book
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J.T. Dabbs III also happens to be first cousin to Haynes Hunting Systems President and Owner, Russell (Rusty) Haynes

J.T. Dabbs III has a B.S. Degree from Birmingham Southern College in B'ham, Alabama with a major in Biology.


 How would you like to eat healthy, low fat, foods and foods that grow wild around your very local woods?


This book is filled with 110 illustrations to help you identify edible plants and also contains easy to follow recipes to cook your own wild plants. Close to 100 different plants!

It also instructs you how to make delicious and nutritious pies and candies, spread jams and in addition, how  to can or jar plants and jellies.

You will realize how centuries of native Americans (Indians) learned to survive on various plants and gain an appreciation of past cultures.


J.T. is a native Alabamian with over 30 practical years in the field and appeared in outdoor videos on the local "Outdoors with Archie Phillip's Show"

J.T. is considered an expert on edible (and what is not edible) in Alabama's wild forest and also forest in other parts of America.

J.T. also happens to be......proudly...... employed the last 30 years by the Boy Scouts of America

J.T. regularly lectures at  Audonbon Society meetings.

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  1. impotant book for me! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 6th Jul 2021

    After losing my job, I actually started learning to get plants from my area and cooking them! I am a empty nester so this was great for me, because my kinds would have never tried anything ! Could not have identified and cooked correctly without this book

  2. Excellent info, esp these days 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 8th Dec 2020

    Ive made several on the things suggested in the book, to great sucess

  3. I enjoyed it so much 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 27th May 2019

    I have already cooked several things from what i learned here

  4. I learned a lot 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 16th May 2019

    good book, never seen one like it, my cousin is in Boy Scouts and he just got one too

  5. Neat! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 25th Jun 2018

    i hope I can learn to can some of these plants like Mr. Dabbs did

  6. Worth evry penny 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Feb 2018

    Mr. Dabbs is brilliant. We know make muffins and a couple other delicious things that grows less than 100 yards from us, who knew?

  7. AWESOME = all the stars! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 1st Feb 2018

    My step kids are know picking and actually helping me make some things we found here in Tennessee. Sometimes you just have to get smart kids involved in nature. We do not allow them smart phones....yet

  8. Really cool book! 5 Star Review

    Posted by on 21st Sep 2017

    Never seen a book like this before, now I just made some fuffins with flour made from wild plants!

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