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N Oakland Regional Forage Guide

Kinds of Forageables:

  • Apple (November-January)
  • Apricot (June-July)
  • Avocado (December-January)
  • Blackberries (April, September)
  • Eugenia
  • Feijoa (November-December)
  • Fig (June-July, October-November)
  • Gingko Berry (November-December)
  • Kiwi
  • Leatherleaf Mahonia (April-July)
  • Lemons (Year Round)
  • Loquat (May-July)
  • Mulberry (May-July)
  • Orange (Year Round)
  • Passionfruit (November-February)
  • Peach
  • Pear
  • Persimmon (November-December)
  • Plum
  • Pomegranate
  • Rose Hip
  • Silverberry
  • Strawberry Tree Fruit (Year Round)
  • Summer Squash: Yellow, Zebra, Zucchini (June-August)
  • Tomato (June-September)

 

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👁‍🗨 Sneakpoop 💩 5/27/21

This morning I desperately had to shit. At first I wasn’t sure I could make it this far, So I checked numerous containers to see if there was one I could use to shit in the apartment. Without containers, I put on my wrap skirt, tank, large hoodie, and scarf.

Upon arrival I checked the nearest tree with some mulch at the base. That turned out to be the fifth tree from the south end of the eucalyptus grove.

Unloading the poop, I felt tender as the pressure of a fair amount of mass leaving my body was consuming my attention. The shit was brief.
Afterwards, I covered the shit with woodchips from the nearby pile and sat bare-cheeked on the nearby dry grass, locationally wiping my butt with dry grass, leaves and sticks. Eventually I checked with my finger and smudged it in the dirt.

Seeds that may be in this poo: loquat, kiwi, raspberry, strawberry, Leatherleaf Mahonia, date, watermelon (unlikely, as it was just eaten this morning).

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Leatherleaf Mahonia

The Leatherleaf Mahonia berries has a tart, sweet flavored purple juice.

It is part of the Barberry family, so its bark and roots contain berberine, a chemical that research has indicated is a potentially effective treatment for COVID-19.