The stinging nettle

June 4, 2008 at 5:30 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

This time I want to introduce the stinging nettle…which is a wonderful plant, too…and very nutritious food that is easily digested. It is high in minerals (especially iron) and vitamins (especially A and C).

Only use young leaves (older leaves develop gritty particles called cystoliths which act as an irritant to the kidneys).  Old leaves can be laxative.

It is antiasthmatic; antidandruff; astringent; diuretic; calactogogue; haemostatic; hypoglycaemic; stings; tonic. All around a very good plant.

When picking it watch the video… Even if it stings you it will go away soon and is also used for arthritis. So, it only helps ;).

It is also good for your garden (use the soak water).


Pick those nettles…

May 30, 2008 at 6:27 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 1 Comment

…even if they sting!

I will give you more information and pictures soon…

Come with me on a walk!

May 30, 2008 at 6:13 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment

I am sorry for the quality of the movie. The next ones will be better. Hang in…the other movies will be uploaded soon, too! Please let me know what you think. I am constantly looking for ways to make it better for you.

More about nettle and co. soon…

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Dandelion – the wonder plant!

May 8, 2008 at 4:06 am | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments
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I want to introduce you to one of the most common wild edibles: Dandelion!


It is found around the world. In Texas or other dry climates they might be smaller but still as good!

Leaves are more nutritious than anything you can buy. They are higher in beta carotene than carrots. Iron and calcium is higher than spinach…and it’s high in vitamin C.

You can eat the leaves and flower. The leaves are bitter and increase bitterness the older they are or depending on the soil they grow in. The flower is rather sweet. You can use both in salads or smoothies! Yummy!

It is also a very healing plant especially for the liver…but other organs, too. All wild edibles are healing!  


Happy picking!


Some impressions from our walk in Dallas!

May 8, 2008 at 3:09 am | Posted in Uncategorized | Leave a comment
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Here are some updates about the latest walk! It were two wonderful groups of about 40 people of all ages that came together to learn more about wild edibles! We’ve had lots of fun and learned at the same time :). But read for yourself what some said:

“Angelina 11yr old- I thought it was a wonderful experience. I loved learning a bunch of new foods to eat in the wild! My favorite food was the thorny thistle. I learned to peel the thorns off and they poked me a lot. But after all the poking it tasted wonderful. Iwould love to come back again! Keep sharing your knowledge! ” 

 “I thoroughly enjoyed spending time immersed in nature learning about all the good stuff to eat we are continuously provided with! I am grateful Sonja was available and happy to share all her knowledge.”

“We enjoyed learning and eating wild edibles with everyone, Sonja is a true inspiration and gift to mother nature and our planet, thank you.” 

“I now feel confident that if ever I was stranded in a park in Plano I would survive! 😉 I learned lots of valuable information and ate some tasty wild food, another raw food success experience!”


For more pictures please go here!

Thank you all for coming! Keep eating wild greens!!! 🙂

Wild edible walk in Dallas!

April 12, 2008 at 12:07 pm | Posted in Uncategorized | 2 Comments
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 Learn to eat for FREE right from nature’s abundance!
Explore nutrient packed plants you can pick for free!
Experience a new level of energy and get fit!
Get out, enjoy & have fun!
Live in abundance without buying it!
Enjoy natural super foods that heal you!
Get motivation & support each other!
Join us on April 27, 2008
2 – 4 pm or 4 – 6 pm

(as we received such a great response
we offer the same class twice)

in Dallas (exact location will be announced shortly)
For only $10 you learn to identify wild edibles that are so full of nutrition.
Enjoy the fresh taste of super foods that grow for free & nourish you best! No need to buy greens!
Return home with many ideas to use those natural super foods – recipes included – and never look the same at ‘weeds’ anymore…be inspired to reach your goals!!
Sign up for the Wild Edibles Walk NOW
You will also be able to read a 
FREE Special Report on  
Wild Edible’s! 


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(use the pay button on the side bar)

With love and happiness,

Sonja Watt
Raw Fun Family
Raw food classes, retreats & camps
Wild edible classes
phone: 254 833 4193
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