Wild Pantry specializes in wild edible food that includes wild greens, mushrooms, roots, fruits, berries, vegetables, flowers, medicinal, and useful plants of the Southeastern United States and other areas of the United States.
Our office is the great, wild outdoors! What a view!
Smoky Mountains, Tennessee copyright by B.M.M.
Mother Nature's Grocery Store and Pharmacy is always open! Come on in and look around. You'll find lots of friends here.
Wild Mustard Greens (copyright B.M. Morris)
Made in the U.S.A
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Made in the U.S.A.
Only available in limited quantities we now have a jam that cannot compare with any other wild fruit jam for flavor. It is made with 100% juice and pulp with NO water added. All other makers add water. We do not. This is not your domestic, commercially raised passion fruit. We now can offer wild Appalachian Mountain May Pop aka Passion Fruit or better known to the locals as Ocoee jam. email to order.
We also will be offering wild Appalachian Mountain blackberry jelly and jam this summer. We do not water down our berries either. The jam and jelly is made with wild blackberries, sugar and pectin. We hope to be able to offer jelly/jam with seeds and some without seeds. In some recipes we may add a teaspoon of lemon juice if the recipe calls for it. Email to order. Want a real good Southern absolutely delicious blackberry jam cake recipe. Click here.
Jerusalem Artichokes aka Sunchokes
Fresh tubers are available in late summer through late fall. Please email for ordering information and price.
Are all of our products organic? No, we cannot guarantee that ALL of our products are organic but most our products are harvested from the wild areas of our forests. Some of our medicinal herbs are organic and are marked accordingly.
In an economically distressed time where some families are finding it difficult to feed their families, wild foods can substantially supplement their requirements for cost effective foods. A lot of wild edibles can be found in your very own yard, locally, or a short trip to the country or forest. If you would like to learn to identify wild edibles please click the link on wild crafting, or email for information. We can offer classes in plant identification year round here in Tennessee but spring and summer to early fall offer the most plants.
With constant food product recalls in the news recently, people are justifiably beginning to wonder if the food they are buying at grocery stores and restaurants is safe to eat. http://www.fsis.usda.gov/Fsis_Recalls/open_federal_cases/index.asp http://www.fda.gov/Safety/Recalls/default.htm
Food safety is becoming a hot topic and a major concern in the U.S. and world wide. Some foods that we now consume on a regular basis may contain chemical additives, flavor enhancers, and are processed to the point of being tasteless with questionable nutrition value.
E-coli tainted produce, unsafe chemical additives, irradiated food, cloned and genetically engineered foods are not acceptable to people who are concerned with their health and the health of their families.
Wild foods are not genetically engineered to produce a larger, faster maturing crop, are not chemically fertilized, nor sprayed with insecticides. Foraging along highways and busy roadways is not recommended and we do not do it.
Are genetically modified foods harmful to humans? You should watch this video. Click here.
and also this informational URL. Open Letter from World Scientists to All Governments Click here.
Thousands of years ago, primitive man had to subsist on wild plants and animals for food in order to live. Now culinary evolution is now ready to start going backwards toward a simpler era with wild foraged foods, unique tastes and better nutrition in what we eat.
If you crave a unique tasting and truly wild, nutritionally wholesome food to eat or want to have an unusual gourmet dinner for a special group of friends you're in the right place.
If you can't find a wild edible food here that you would like, please
email us as we can probably obtain it
for you. We have contacts all over the world for exotics.
You will not find a shopping cart on our site for all of our products. We have limited supplies of some items and cannot furnish very large bulk orders on all items although we can offer bulk orders for certain items. Therefore, it is advised to email us if you find a product that you are interested in ordering so that we can check availability. If you cannot find an item of interest, please email us as we can most likely locate it for you.
All wild food products that we supply are ethically harvested from private land holdings in the southern Appalachian Mountain area or Southern Georgia, Florida, Tennessee or Kentucky by trained wild crafters. No endangered or threatened botanicals are ever harvested.
Wild Pantry doesn't just offer edible wild mushrooms but can offer a vast array of culinary delights for every taste and occasion. If you want wild berry jams, jellies and preserves we have a good selection of these items. Wild onions and ramps (wild leeks) has been a real favorite and is offered when they are in season.
Wild Pantry offers many herbs, some wild crafted, and some certified organic. We are now offering wild carrot seeds (also known as Queen Anne's Lace) (Daucus carota subsp. carota) and tinctures that have been used in the past by women who do not want to use synthetic hormone type pills (The Pill) or other devices as a birth control method. Some people are using the wild carrot seed products for feral cats and dogs. We suggest you check with your vet before using anything on your pets.
Wild Pantry offers a number of medicinal herbs. If there is an herb that you cannot find, please email us and we may be able to obtain it for you. We specialize in hard to find herbs and plants.
Please follow the links on the left side of the site to go to specific information and products.
We are now offering wild plant identification classes in Tennessee. You can learn about wild survival foods, edible weeds that can supplement your diet, and which plants to use for edible landscaping. Email for information.
Stinging Nettle Tea
If you have any questions about our products please give us a call at (423) 261-2039 or email us at your convenience.
All fresh products are subject to availability of Mother Nature's seasons.
Please check back often for updates and don't forget to check out our SPECIALS!
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Our herbal products are not intended to diagnose, treat, cure, or prevent disease or health condition. Consult your own physician regarding the applicability of any opinions or recommendations with respect to your symptoms or medical condition. Our herbal products have not been evaluated by the USDA.
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