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Garlic Meadow Sep 19
From field to bowl via the ice cream maker.
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ksenia zywczuk Sep 12
This treasure arrived today! Put out by ; I've not put it down yet! Easy to read and identify, written so that a novice can go forage with confidence. Great guide guys, the hard work shows!
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Nipissing Ski Trails 7h
Surprised to find blueberries still on the bushes in late September. This was an incentive to finish the workout, with the gals hanging around for a while to pick these beside the road- some eaten like black bears, straight from paw to mouth, others saved to bring home.
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Laura 12h
Love that you don’t need to take snacks when you go for a walk at this time of year
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Amy Wright 6h
Foraging for food in @BrandonCountryPark, great delicacies and good company 1) wild apples, chicory roasted hazelnuts & sorrel, 2) chicken of the wood and nettle risotto, 3) oatie cakes with elderberry jelly 😋 nom nom
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Dez Turland 14h
OK next up on the chefs stage we have the awesome ...💥👊🏻
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Hellfire Brew Club 8h
Gruyt beer is a Dutch-Flemish style brew first used in the 10th C that uses wild ingredients in place of hops.We are using ingredients foraged locally with our collaborators . Sometimes your new conventions are old conventions.
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The Royal Oak Sep 20
Blackberries from the garden Blackberry crumble cheesecake
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Angelika Smith 3h
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Ulrich Hoeche 11h
Plenty of slows about this year all we need now is a small bit of morning frost, some gin and some sugar
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Tyler Rigney Sep 15
“Tree ears” make a great desert when dried then soaked in fruit juice and coated in chocolate... but then chocolate makes everything better right?!?
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The Foraging Course Company 3h
You don’t want to step on one of these while you’re out foraging! Vipera berus (Adder) spotted in today’s course recce!
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Resurgence mag 🌎 Sep 13
is a lifelong journey of discovery” shares her top tips on foraging - how to get started, where to go, identification, hedgerow recipes, and above all her passion for people through foraging
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D 10h
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Orkney Gin Company Sep 13
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Mark Omerso Sep 20
Autumn olives are here, get em' b4 the birds
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Lesley McCue Sep 20
Plantain seed crackers ready for tomorrow's food foraging event ... served of course on a plantain leaf embossed plate! 🌿🌿😊 Fully booked but there's always next year!
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Michael Antonio Scott 18h
A seasonal classic to be funked up with some spring foraged tree blossoms.
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Ida Höijer 10h
Got out of my comfort zone today and went out in the forest alone for a few hours and I absolutely loved it! Picking mushrooms is truly relaxing and a great time to sort your thoughts. BIG bonus funnel chantrelles are delicious! 😋
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Argent Aqua 5h
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