The Kiowa Indians chewed on wood sorrel to alleviate thirst, and the Cherokee ate the plant to cure mouth sores. The leaves are a great source of vitamin C. The roots of the wood sorrel can be boiled. They’re starchy and taste a bit like a potato.
Post Harvest Pumpkin Storage: Learn How How To Store Pumpkins - Growing pumpkins is fun for the entire family. When it’s time to harvest the fruit, pay special attention to the condition of the pumpkins to make sure the time is right.