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You’re probably familiar with the term living off the land. It’s become a trend recently, as people actively chose to eat foods readily available and native to the area. But what’s a passing fad for some is just everyday life for others, like those in rural Southwest Georgia, where my mom grew up. We chatted about the different kinds of grasses and greens native to Stewart County, Ga., and their popular uses:

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