Chickweed is to the forager what iceberg lettuce is to the supermarket salad. It’s cool, neutral taste acts as a showcase for many of the wilder, peppery, bitter tastes that nature has on offer...
On a wild food diet I thought I could avoid the outside world. Ha! You couldn't make this story up. Please ignore this if you a) don't want to read…
The challenges of surviving the winter on wild food. And not just any winter... this winter! An update on winter foraging or the lack of it :)
Winter foraging and wishing you 2021 blessings. The new plants appearing in the depths of winter bring with them hope for world change and renewal.
If you’ve recently got interested in foraging, or lockdown is getting to you, don’t wait for the Spring to start foraging. Here are some good reasons to…
Clocks, coffee, salads and the King's scrofula. Dandelion roots are a winter staple and the whole plant has a surprising amount of uses.
The I-Ching oracle, Roman soldiers, hops, flu, nosebleeds and trout. There are many reasons why I love yarrow! Green & abundant before mid-December…
What have velcro, gobo, inulin and a man in disguise covered in seed heads got to do with my winter diet? I'm exploring the multiple uses of burdock, a…
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