Recipe for Eating Your Christmas Tree?

photo by Carol Duff

Christmas Trees are Delicious?

Health Editor’s Note:  We will not be trying this recipe!…Carol


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  1. In Siberia people make jam from pine cones, cedar young cones and needles. Coniferous resin is very useful. They make chewing gum from pine resin – very good for the gums and teeth. They have a lot of different products: shampoos, balms, creams, tinctures, toothpastes and a lot of everything else, which is very good for health.

  2. I would use spruce and pine needles, yummy like rosemary. Good for your health, too. But know your species. Yew would be poisonous, of course.

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