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Agri View: Gourds a Plenty
Other plants with gourd in their name include the uffa gourd (likely domesticated in Asia), which includes several species from the Luffa genus, as well as the wax gourd, snake gourd, teasle gourd, hedgehog gourd, buffalo gourd/coyote gourd. The bitter ...
Desert calling: Poet John Brandi
“The garden steps slowly up to those ragged hills — buffalo gourd, chamisa, saltbush merging with prickly-pear and piñon on their slopes.
Cranberries Are the Only Thanksgiving Food That Actually Came From the United
Among the 100 truly native North American foods that Small lists in his book, there's bilberry and cattail, nettles and blue waxweed, something called buffaloberries (which Business Insider reported in 2013 could be the next superfruit) and buffalo gourd.
Wild foods: A new Age of Discovery
Buffalo gourd (Cucurbita foetidissima) is a tap-rooted perennial vine that grows in the desert. Although the mature fruit tastes bitter, its seeds have a pumpkin-seed taste.
Bright Blooms — Prehistoric Supermarket
Texas. The first of the human species to appear in our region, they apparently saw a special promise for meat in the megafauna – for instance, mastodons, mammoths, camels and bison – that roamed across the forested mountain slopes and the sagebrush ...

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