Category: foraging

Before you rush off and buy in a demijohn or two to whip your batch of elderflower champagne you might consider something a bit different, something a bit harder. This summer I think calls for it, nay, it demands it.

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My seven year old son can’t get enough fermented Ketchup, his best friend Lucas loves lacto fermented orange juice and the addictive and many of my friends loved the slightly boozy pomegranate seeds and sourdough pizza.

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When was the last time you had a really good breakfast? I don’t mean a rushed bowl of cereal or a slice of toast, I mean a proper hot breakfast. Something that starts your day off right and has you whistling at the anticipation of the day. The perfect antidote to any morning h-anger.

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Sometimes when you are out foraging it is hard to get a real abundance of a product, not so with this next recipe as if blackberries growing in your county then you can be sure they will have spread. Many will even class this delicious fruit as a weed, and it has been said that the thorns are like lawyers, once they hook you in you can’t get out.

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With Christmas just around the corner, I thought I’d better finally sort out a few events for the first half of next year.  These four

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This month’s wild food and drink podcast is aimed squarely at those who are just starting out at foraging. I cover some of the most asked questions.

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Ginchi is the staple of British cuisine, a traditional side dish made from salted botanicals and most commonly cabbage with carrots – it must always

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