Can You Eat Wild Strawberries?

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Wild strawberries are entirely edible, including the stems, leaves, fruit, and flowers. The berries themselves are a great source of Vitamins A, C, and K. Eating wild strawberries can help with such problems as diarrhea, fever, dysentery, kidney problems, liver problems, and more.
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1. Pull or dig wild strawberry plants out of the soil if the scale of infestation is small. Use a hoe or hand-held shovel to loosen the roots from the soil so they slide out easily.
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Insects, rodents, birds, pretty much anything; rodents is my guess. Could be anything from a mouse to a rabbit. You can look up what is native to your area and see how other gardeners
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1. You can always eat them the normal way! While eating them that way, make sure you brake the leaves off. You can slice them off too. Ad. 2. Try eating them in a fruit cup! Add pineapples
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wild strawberries are native to the americas (there may be old world varieties too--I'm unsure).
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You can eat wild strawberries since they are known to be good sources of vitamin A, C, and K as well as minerals such as calcium, iron and potassium. Wild berries are beneficial to people with diarrhoea and liver diseases.
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