Survival Trivia: Edibles
By Mykel Hawke and Ruth England Hawke
Photo by Kim Martin
Q: Which of these weeds is good to eat?
a. dandelion weed
b. poke weed
c. hemlock weed
d. oleander weed
Q: Which of these flowers is edible?
Q: Which of these cacti is considered NOT to be edible?
c. pipe cactus
d. prickly pear
Q: Which of these swamp plants is edible?
d. water hemlock
Q: Which of these marsh plants is edible?
a. lily pad tuber
d. elephant ear
Q: Which of these tree barks is edible?
Q: Which of these cooked roots is edible?
a. yucca root
b. mandrake root
Q: Which of these leaves are edible?
a. pine needles
Q: Which of these nuts are NOT edible raw?
Q. Which of these seaweeds are NOT edible?
b. red algae
c. brown algae
d. sea grapes
Q: What does the presence of milky sap in a plant usually mean?
a. it’s poisonous
b. it’s full of calcium
c. it’s very nutritious
d. the plant is dying
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