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I live on the central California coast. Lots of great foraging opportunities here and tons of interesting plants in unique environments. I just started noticing our coastal species of Angelica and I’m finding it difficult to find much information on its use as an edible plant. There is a long and well documented history of gathering and eating other Angelica species. I’m curious if anyone knows anything about this one?
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