Northern Bushcraft

Wild Edible Berries and Fruits of Ontario

This guide focuses on wild edible berries and fruits in Ontario. They either have no poisonous look-alikes or can be differentated from look-alikes by verifying all the key characteristics and comparing the berry or fruit against the listed look-alikes. As a safety precaution, only consume small quantities when trying a wild food for the first time, and wash them beforehand in clean water.

Warning: Never experiment with a wild food that you cannot positively identify, that is over-ripe, damaged, or collected from contaminated areas. Consuming poisonous berries or fruits can kill you.

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