Wild Edibles: Identifying Wild Onions

Wild Edibles: Identifying Wild Onions

Visit www.electsake.com for more Videos along with Diagrams and Instruction on this and other Survival and Living off the Land skills —Identifying wild green onions
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  1. Brando2347Oct 13, 2012

    I have that same exact hunting knife LOL

  2. toolatefortherapyOct 13, 2012

    Can I just say that you are my hero? Not only that, you are also one of my best teachers (as far as youtube goes)! Thank you so much for your wonderful videos ^.^

  3. 911suckmeOct 13, 2012

    its not the same strain as the one in your video though this has big bulb

  4. 911suckmeOct 13, 2012

    well may tell me how do onions reproduce is it a sexual or pollination? found a wild onion gonna grow it

  5. Lucky LucciannoOct 13, 2012

    Wow You Are MY Idea Of A Perfect Woman!!!!

  6. katanaburnerOct 13, 2012

    Good vid. On a side note I have to say that your eyes are stunning. Anyways thanks for the info!

  7. lonewolf209Oct 13, 2012

    Well to start out I really must reiterate what so many others are saying, Your very pretty with amazing eyes. So much so that I had to watch this twice. I kept getting distracted by your beauty the first time.

    Second, thank you for doing what you do. These are skills that seem to be lost where in California where I live and I think it’s quite a shame. Thank you for spreading the knowledge that you have. Keep up the good work.

  8. MayeuxMinistriesOct 13, 2012

    yes
    

  9. theetetrisgodOct 13, 2012

    can you use store bought onions to make bug spray?

  10. JakJarshaOct 13, 2012

    Host: Here we have a couple patches of wild ungyon.

    onions: :) 🙂 🙂

    Host: *pulls out massive knife*

    onions: 0_0 0_0 0_0

    hahaha, jk, awesome video.

  11. Jared AndersonOct 13, 2012

    DAMN! I love the way she says nutrients!

  12. MayeuxMinistriesOct 13, 2012

    sure just remember that they are very potent.

  13. needtolooselotsOct 13, 2012

    Can you put these in a juicer=)

  14. vassilischrOct 13, 2012

    It is easier to use a garden fork to dig them out.

  15. pmaughmerOct 13, 2012

    Raw onions mmmmmmmmm

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