A little-known foraging secret is that you can find wild quinoa right here in the United States!

Common names of this awesome edible include goosefoot, lambs quarters, and pigweed, sometimes even fat hen. It’s Latin name is Chenopodium album is in the same Family and Genus as the quinoa (Chenopodium quinoa) you can buy at your grocery store and it’s one of the earliest grains. You can harvest it and use it just like you would quinoa.

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