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Hey guys in this video we take a look at Yellow Wood Sorrel and its identification features, like its distinct leaves and flowers. We also compare it to the white clover, which many might mistake it for. The Yellow Wood Sorrel has a couple variations, such as the Violet Wood Sorrel but is not related to the plant known as Sheep Sorrel. Wood Sorrel is an Oxalis species named such because of the Oxalic Acid content within it. However domestic greens like Spinach have this same chemical in it. The taste of Wood Sorrel is very citrus like and lemony, as such it makes a great addition to salads and desserts. The leaves are very distinct with a heart shape to them and a cleft in the middle that completes this shape. The flower is yellow with five petals and has a trumpet or horn shape to it when held at a silhouette angle. The plant grows in a singular form which can be distinguished from the Clover which forms low mats on the ground. The leaves are usually alternate with some cluster forms of branching towards the top. The leaves, flowers, pods, and stems are all usable for food and desserts with the unique Wood Sorrel taste in them. Wood Sorrel Syrup: 🤍 I thank you guys for watching this video and I hope you learned something. If you want to learn more about edible and medicinal plants make sure to subscribe! Foraging Essentials & Gear: Knife Mora Companion Carbon Steel: 🤍 Mora Companion Stainless Steel: 🤍 Multi-tool Leatherman Rebar: 🤍 (the blast is no longer available) Leatherman Wave: 🤍 (Closer to the one I have) Field Guides Peterson Guide to Medicinal Plants: 🤍 Peterson Guide to Edible Plants: 🤍 Backpack Fieldline Canyon Backpack: 🤍 (the camo design is different but it's the same bag I use) Shoes/Boots Globe Sabres: 🤍 Merrel Ventilator Shoes: 🤍 Merrel Ventilator Boots: 🤍 Support the Channel by Shopping on Amazon! 🤍 🤍
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Wood Sorrel (aka Oxalis acetosella) has to be one of my favorite wild edible plants to find. It's taste is one of the best in the leaf world IMHO, and it is super easy to identify. The taste can really give you a boost on the trail. To my knowledge there are no known toxic lookalikes. Having said that, always consult with a local expert first before consuming ANY wild edible plant. One thing I will say is that wood sorrel contains a chemical called oxalic acid. In quantity, oxalic acid is bad for you, but I can't say for sure how much it would take to hurt you. One more reason to consult a local expert first. With many wild edible plants, only certain parts can be consumed while other parts are toxic, and certain plants can only be consumed in certain quantities before they become bad for you. My guess is that the amount it takes is determined much by who you are. For example, while a pound might be bad for young children or pregnant mothers, it may be perfectly fine for a 25-year-old. Don't take my advice on consumption though! Consult with a local expert first. If this is your first time with us, my name is Dave, and David's Passage is the name of my vlog. This passage in life started with a desire to share my love of the outdoors with the world. My hope is that those who tune into my videos will be inspired to venture out and enjoy all of creation for what it's worth. This video blog features videos on an array of outdoor-related topics, as well as DIY projects that might just help you more fully enjoy the outdoors. New videos come out on Tuesdays at 3pm EST, so please subscribe and be on the lookout for new content soon! To keep up, subscribe and visit: 🤍 Twitter: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 Instagram: 🤍 Tumblr: 🤍 Pinterest: 🤍 See you outdoors! Intro music for this video was written and recorded by myself. Other music in this video came from the YouTube Creator Studio.
Wood sorrel (Oxalis stricta) grows in shade and partly shaded areas all around our region here is Southeastern Ontario (and in many other temperate regions of the world as well). Its edible leaves and flowers have a deliciious lemony flavour, and are quite nutritious. Here I offer identification tips and a bit more info on ways to enjoy the gifts of this plant 💚
This is officially my favorite Summer Drink! I can't seem to get enough of my Sorrel Lemonade! Mine is Oxalis Stricta or Common Yellow Wood Sorrel, but with over 570 varieties around the world, you probably have one growing around wherever you are! Post a pic of yours and share your favorite recipes with us over on the FB Prepsteaders page! OXALIS SEEDS: 🤍 GLASS CARAFE: 🤍 STRAINER: 🤍 RAW HONEY: 🤍 STEVIA DROPS: 🤍 STAINLESS STEEL TEA KETTLE: 🤍 🤍 Join this channel to get access to perks: 🤍 Our Amazon Store & Recommendations: 🤍 HARVEST RIGHT FREEZE-DRYER: 🤍 LEHMANS. For the Simpler Life. 🤍 EMP SHIELD for Home & Vehicle: 🤍 BERKEY WATER FILTER: 🤍?a_aid=5e8b735af0f60 SUN OVENS for Easy Outdoor Cooking: 🤍 BATTLBOX: 🤍 (Use the code PREPSTEADERS to get 10% off your first order!) Panasonic DMC-GH5 Camera we use: 🤍 CONNECT WITH US! We would love to get to know you! :) 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 🤍 Send Mail to: PREPSTEADERS 525 Royal Parkway #292312 Nashville, TN 37229 Special thanks to ChristosFilms.com for filming & editing our videos! PREPSTEADERS.com Learn from the Past. Prepare for the Future. As an Amazon Associate and affiliate of our favorite products, we earn from qualifying purchases. Your support of this channel is what makes it possible. THANK YOU!!! #SHTF, #TEOTWAWKI, #Survival, #Outliveyourlife, #shakedown, #PREPSTEADERS, #prepsteading, #prepare, #homesteading, #PS27, #Wisdomcreek 2 Peter 3: 🤍 Soli DEO gloria!
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In this Labor Day bonus video we make a rich golden syrup out of Wood Sorrel. Wood Sorrel is well known for it's unique tartness and to some a lemony, citrus sort of flavor which adds a unique twist to pancakes, ice creams, waffles, cereals, etc. Wood Sorrel is commonly foraged and is a popular wild edible in the spring, but it can be used anytime you find it growing. Usually people make a tea from wood sorrel, add them to salads, or just nibble on the leaves. However making a syrup is a great way to enjoy the flavor of Wood Sorrel throughout the winter time. To make the syrup: Steep 1/2 cup of wood sorrel leaves, flowers, and pods in 1 cup of water for 15 minutes. Strain then add 1/2 cup sugar and simmer until thickness you desire. When done jar and label it, and store in refrigerator.
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Learn how to safely forage for the edible leaves and pods of wood sorrel [Oxalis stricta], a tasty sour snack! Also known as yellow wood sorrel due to its small yellow flowers, this common edible garden weed packs a sour punch. Join us as we learn some key identification points for foraging wood sorrels. Different Oxalis species grow through America including the Northeast, South, and along the Eastern Coast. 🍓 Find the FULL RECIPE here: 🤍 0:00 Intro 0:44 Wood sorrel in the wild 3:22 10 ways to have fun with wood sorrel 🔔 SUBSCRIBE here: 🤍 📧 Sign up for the NEWSLETTER here: 🤍 🍄 Get your free FORAGING RESOURCES + TOOLS GUIDE here: 🤍 🌿 FOLLOW Fresh + Foraged here: Blog: 🤍freshandforaged.com/posts Instagram: 🤍 Facebook: 🤍 🎨 See more of Carolyn’s ART here: Website: 🤍studiogooz.com Instagram: 🤍 🎥 CREDITS: Writer, Director, Editor, Illustrator, Animator: Carolyn Dugas Creative Assistant: Will Fischer Music: Royalty free music from 🤍 Many thanks to: 🚩 DISCLAIMER: While Fresh + Foraged and their affiliates aim to be as accurate as possible, it is your responsibility to ensure that you have accurately identified any plant or mushroom before consuming it. Please use multiple reputable sources to confirm any identification. If you have any doubts about your identification of any plant or mushroom, do not eat it. All wild food consumption is done at your own risk. © 2020 Carolyn Dugas - ALL RIGHTS RESERVED freshandforaged.com Colored Pencil Illustrations copyright Studio Gooz Royalty free music from 🤍
The Oxalis Plant with its clover-like leaf, make excellent indoor and outdoor ornamental plants. The plant's leaves and flowers come in a variety of rich shades of colours . The beauty of the plant is its light sensitive, as it opens its flowers with the morning sun and closes its flowers in the dark. #oxalis #ornamental #garden #plants Follow me on my socials:- Facebook:- 🤍 Instagram:- 🤍 🤍 🤍
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How to Grow Oxalis species such as Wood Sorrel and Shamrock in your garden. For further advice on growing members of this genus please take a look at GardenersHQ: 🤍
Many wild "weeds" have more nutritional value than domesticated plants. Wood sorrel is one of those weeds. It grows everywhere, and can be found in cracks in sidewalks, vacant lots, in flower beds and just about anywhere there is sufficient sunlight and moisture. Sorrel has several varieties, and the plant is rich in iron, calcium and vitamin C. One variety, Oxalis corniculata, has more iron than spinach does. Spinach has the most iron, FYI, of all the cultivated leafy greens. Please subscribe to this YouTube channel: 🤍 Please order my book: "Bushcraft Basics: A Common Sense Wilderness Survival Handbook" at your local independent book store: 🤍 or on Amazon: 🤍 or at Barnes and Noble: 🤍 Thanks! Thanks for watching this video!
The Oxalis or Wood Sorrel and its identification as well as the medicinal benefits. Join Food Foraging Australia on Telegram at t.me/foodforagingaustralia for more info on plants and on how to identify and learn thier medicinal benefits.
How to grow Oxalis Pink Wood Sorrel //Garden Pink Wood Sorrel #pinkwoodsorrel #oxalis #howto Four leaf clover //Garden Pink Wood Sorrel This plant is tolerant of full sun to partial shade. It’s tolerate dry soil but goes dormant. It prefers moist soil and well drained soil Blooming once in the spring and again in fall They can propagated by division of the bulb rhizomes in the fall or spring Thanks for watching Don’t forget to subscribe like share and comment and click the bell button so that you will be notify on my next video #pinkwoodsorrel #oxalis #howto #houseplantlover #fourleaf #pinkflowers #gardening #houseplant #plant #oxalislatifolia #broadleafwoodsorrel #howtogrow #houseplantlover #beautifulflowers #beautifulnature #broadleaf #woodsorrel #oxalis #beautifulflowers #satisfying #piantafarfalla #howtogrowandcare #acetoselladilegno
In our "Plants to Know" series, we are looking at a variety of common plants, medicinal plants, edible plants, and even invasive plants. These short videos will offer you some info on plants that are worth knowing. Wood Sorrel is a plant I see all over New England and it is often confused with clover. It as a strong, lemony taste (but you can't eat too much because it can impact your kidneys), and its medicinal properties can best be summarized as a diuretic and it has been used to deal with scurvy. Want to learn more about plants and wildlife? Here are a few books I highly recommend. North American Wildlife Guide: 🤍 Tom Brown's Field Guide to Edible and Medicinal Plants: 🤍 _ Amazon Store: 🤍 Shop here at Blade HQ to support the channel - THANKS!: 🤍 _ BUDGET-FRIENDLY ITEMS I RECOMMEND: 1. The Mora Craftline Basic 5 11 - 🤍 2. Mylar Blankets - 🤍 3. UCO Stormproof Matches - 🤍 4. Light My Fire Fire Steel 2.0 - 🤍 5. Stanley Stainless Steel Cook Set - 🤍 _ SOLID SURVIVAL KNIVES: 1. ESEE 6 - 🤍 2. Ontario Knife Company Rat 7 - 🤍 3. Benchmade Bushcrafter - 🤍 4. TOPS Kukri - 🤍 5. Mora Garberg - 🤍 _ SOLID EDC KNIVES 1.CRKT Squid - 🤍 2. Benchmade Griptilian - 🤍 3. Spyderco Tenacious - 🤍 4. Ontario Knife Company Rat 2 - 🤍 5. CRKT Fossil - 🤍 _ SOLID EDC FLASHLIGHTS 1. Streamlight Microstream - 🤍 2. Olight S1R Baton 2 - 🤍 3. Thrunite T1 - 🤍 4. Thrunite TC15 - 🤍 5. Fenix PD35 TAC - 🤍 _ OTHER SOLID SURVIVAL/OUTDOOR TOOLS 1. Bahco Laplander Saw - 🤍 2. Corona Folding Saw - 🤍 3. Mechanix Gloves - 🤍 4. Large Firesteel - 🤍 5. Pocket Bellows - 🤍 _ SOLID BAGS 1. Vertx EDC Commuter Sling Bag - 🤍 2. Maxpedition Valence Tech Sling - 🤍 3. Vanquest Mobius - 🤍 4. Vanquest Envoy 13 Bag -🤍 5. Helikon-Tex Bail Out Bag - 🤍 _ POPULAR VIDEOS: 1. Car Survival Bag - 🤍 2. 10 Lies About Survival - 🤍 3. 10 Survival Knives - 🤍 4. TSA Kit - 🤍 5. TOPS Kukri & Kit - 🤍 _ CONNECT WITH ETV YouTube - 🤍 Twitter - 🤍 Facebook - 🤍 Instagram - 🤍 Tumblr - 🤍 Google+ - 🤍 _ Everyday Tactical Vids: Thinking Tactically, Living Purposefully PEOPLE WHO HAVE BEEN AN INFLUENCE ON EVERYDAY TACTICAL VIDS: - Lt. Colonel Dave Grossman, originator of The Sheepdog Concept - Travis Haley of Haley Strategic - Chris Costa of Costa Ludus - The team over at ITS Tactical - NutnFancy and his YouTube channel/community - Tom Brown Jr. of The Tracker School - Dave Canterbury of The Pathfinder School - Rob Pincus of I.C.E. Training
This is the beautiful little yellow flower Wood Sorrel or Wood Sorrel as it is also known. Its latin name is Oxalis corniculata. The plant has a beautiful lemony flavour and all aerial parts are edible. It is a beautiful addition to anything from salads to drinks. Though being an Oxalis just be aware of the oxalic content present. Most of the time I personally use them amongst salads and I rotate the plants I use as there are a few wild plants with concentrations of Oxalic acids. If you are planning on blanching this plant do note that you will need a much larger amount of plant material to accomodate for the boiling and natural wilting process. It is found amongst lawns and gardens in many different environments. It is the smaller of the two common oxalis species I come across the other being the much larger Pink Shamrock. There is not a great deal other plants that really closely resemble this plant, though clover grows in lawns also and may look alike at first glance to some. Remember always have certain Identification in plants prior to considering consuming.
Today we're taking a look at one of the most exciting greens to be found growing throughout damp mossy woodlands - it's called wood sorrel and it tastes a bit like sherbet. We'll take a deep dive in to all of the keys for correctly identifying this plant as well as the potential lookalikes for it. After this we'll look through the vast potential this plant has for food through the year, from Sorrel Salad to Sorrel Smoothies. For a full written identification guide head over to the website and search Wood Sorrel where you'll find a full recipe catalogue and foraging guide.
I recently identified my yellow woodsorrel and therefore discovered they they pop and scatter their seeds like members of the impatiens family of plants. I then decided that I must have a slow motion video of it happening. This is my first attempt.
A detailed look at characteristics of Yellow wood sorrel (Oxalis stricta). These images and narrative can help to accurately identify the plant during different seasons of the year.
The Many Health Benefits of Oxalis corniculata, the creeping woodsorrel, also called procumbent yellow sorrel or sleeping beauty, resembles the common yellow woodsorrel, Oxalis stricta. It is a somewhat delicate-appearing, low-growing, herbaceous plant in the family Oxalidaceae. It has a narrow, creeping stem that readily roots at the nodes. The trifoliate leaves are subdivided into three rounded leaflets and resemble a clover in shape. GENUINE WAYS TO EARN MONEY ONLINE, start making easy money working from home, click here: 🤍 Sub To Dead Obituary 🤍 🤍 Vegetable & Fruits Health benefits. banana, plum, apple, cherries, corn, strawberries, Avocados, pears, nectarines, spinach, papaya, cauliflower, asparagus & many more.
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Have you ever tried Wood Sorrel? What have you heard it called? What does it taste like? Wood Sorrel (genus Oxalis), or sourgrass, is a medium sized weed that occurs throughout most of North America. Within the genus Oxalis, there are several hundred species. Oxalis literally means "sour" and it gets that name from its oxalic acid content. Lots of domesticated vegetables, including spinach, broccoli, and, sorrel, also contain oxalic acid. But be aware that oxalic acid can be toxic when consumed in large quantities because it inhibits the absorption of calcium. It's not considered a problem when eaten moderately and with a varied diet, however people with gout, rheumatism, and kidney stones should avoid oxalic acid. All parts of wood sorrel are edible including leaves, flowers, seed pods, and roots. Wood sorrel is also rich in Vitamin C. Historically, it was used to treat scurvy, fevers, urinary infections, mouth sores, nausea and sore throats. Wood sorrel looks similar to clover and tends to get misidentified as clover. For more information about this tasty Wild Edible, visit the following link: 🤍
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Life saving herb creeping wood sorrel if you have this in your yard, you don’t need doctor. Because Creeping wood sorrel have many health benefits for health. Creeping wood sorrel is a delicate appearing, low growing herb plant. Creeping wood sorrel is a good plant for diarrhea, indigestion , fever and jaundice. Creeping wood sorrel is also helpful for abscess, acne problem, swelling, earache, headache, stomach problem and inflammation.it is also helpful for skin disease. If you like this video don’t forget to subscribe my channel. And like comment and share this video. Follow us on: Blogger: 🤍 #zungle_mediplants #Creeping_wood_sorrel
Ever wondered what pesky weeds are in your yard? Could this be one of them? UF/IFAS Weed Specialist Dr. Chris Marble provides a quick answer on Oxalis, also known as Wood Sorrel, which you might be finding in your Florida yard! For additional Information, visit: 🤍 #floridaweeds #weedidentication #whatkindofweed
Join Zack Kouns as he collects oxalis stricta (also called woodsorrel, sourgrass, and sour pickle) and makes a wild herbal lemonade. Experience the wilds of Appalachia. Researcher and narrator: Zack Kouns Camera and editing: Brooke Whaley Recipe for Woodsorrel Lemonade: Serving: 1 quart - 4 tbsp. woodsorrel + mint (mint optional) - 1 cup sugar (dissolved) - 1 lemon rind - 1 tbsp. + 1 tsp. dried mint - pinch of cayenne - spring water Shake a few times a day for 2 days For fermentation: Store mixture in dark, cool place for at least 2 days or until bubbles begin to form
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