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Daniel Lock 1m
Back garden for the start of - made with my daughter today. Tastes superb & 20+ times as much Vit C as oranges, so great for the immune system.
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Glenegedale House, Isle of Islay 2h
This afternoon was spent bramble picking over Loch Gorm with a view! Now what’s your favourite bramble recipe?
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Woodland Trust🌳 Sep 26
Early autumn is the best time to enjoy ! Find out what edible wild plants and berries to look out for in September: Always remember to forage sustainably:
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Trees Against Apocalypse Sep 24
It’s time for akebia fruit, the first chestnuts of the year, and fall oyster mushrooms.
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Smallholders Ireland Sep 23
Foraging at different times of the year captures wild flavours. Wild garlic pesto is a favourite here and I love elderflower vinegar in salad dressings. Creme de casis will be lovely at Christmas and elderflower cordial is a taste of summer all year
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Brennan's Cider Sep 26
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Fischers Baslow Hall Sep 26
Head Chef Nathan Foraging for ceps to create the first and last course of the tasting menu! πŸ€™πŸΌ Swipe to see the magic πŸ”₯πŸ”₯
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Snowdonia Cheese Sep 25
Truffle Trove, a mature Cheddar with Italian truffle. A unique flavour which is perfect for the centrepiece of any dinner party @emscheeseboards
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Kinsale Food Tours Sep 21
We are LOVING this weather! And all the people who shared the magic these past few daysβ˜€οΈπŸ₯—πŸ₯˜πŸ˜
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Robert McKibbin Sep 25
Is Sea Rocket (Cakile maritima) the toughest plant in the dunes? During a beach clean of Cocklawburn we found patches like this surviving in areas trampled by beachgoers. If you like it is edible with a strong peppery flavour.
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R I C H A R D B U R K H A R D Sep 24
Massive Oxfordshire walnuts AND one-handed shelling.. respect please.
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Slow Food Mayo 2h
Another foraging walk is over. Brilliant day, amazing weather 😍 thank you all for coming. And thank you Will Williams from 'Walk on the Wild Side' for hosting the event 😁
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Blackberries #4, September 2020 (Ripe for picking) (portrait orientation - click for full image)
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Ozarks Prepared Sep 25
This edition of Friday Foraging is Conifer Needles – The needles of evergreen conifers are probably the easiest and most widespread thing to forage in winter, even in the coldest climates. The needles make a lovely tea, or you can even put them in cookies.
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Lynn Valentine Sep 25
Some Black Isle foraging - always have a clean poo bag to hand!
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Smallholders Ireland Sep 23
It's a perfect day for a foraging walk. The hedges are full of sloes, dansons, hips, haws, elderberries and crabapples. Filling a basket with wild food is great for body and soul and fills the larder for winter.
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Bespoke Fly Rods Sep 25
Damascus blade, 5000 years old radiocarbon dated bog oak, Hawaiian curly koa, and a Mayfly engraved on a piece of mammoth tusk. Pure hand made ..😎 😊
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Stephen Gill FRSA Sep 25
I know this feeling. The near my home are full of blackberries. A great time for
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Cliff Mitchell Sep 25
Berry season! Always a treat to find out which delicacies are flourishing in the Terrabeast world. πŸ˜‹
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Martin Grohman 23h
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