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Some Simple recipe are the best and this Birch Syrup, yoghurt & nuts Breakfast is one of them 🙂 Of course, we can make more elaborate recipes for utilising the fantastic birch sap syrup, but it’s also nice to keep it simple. I often drizzle a little birch syrup on…

This Birch Syrup & Vegan Pancake Recipe is a really simple,  American style pancake recipe, that’s also vegan! Great on their own for breakfast drizzled in lashings of birch sap syrup. Click here for our Silver Birch Foraging Guide Ingredients for our Birch Syrup & Vegan Pancake Recipe: 1 ripe…

Making Birch sap syrup is one of the first things I do with wild food every year – it tells me we’re about to shoot straight in to the more serious collection of wild foods and is, at the moment, my only source of wild sugar to be used throughout the coming year.

The sap rises throughout March and can vary from year to year, but each area usually has a 2-3 week window to do this process.

The flavour of Birch Sap Syrup actually changes through the season, however we mix our early and late season together to make a consistent full season flavour.

It’s similar in flavour to maple syrup with a little more mineral & smokey notes.

Birch Sap Jelly This is a simple recipe that highlights the extraordinary flavour of the birch sap syrup, it requires no other flavouring and simply takes three ingredients. It can be made in advance and stored in the fridge – meaning it’s simple for you to serve up – stress…

Birch Sap Toffee Pudding Birch Sap Syrup Recipe Birch Sap Syrup Sticky Pudding This soft sticky pudding with textured sultanas and a birch syrup flavoured custard topping is my absolute favourite dessert. The flavours are deep, the pudding soft and sauce soaks through the whole lot leaving us with a…

Birch Sap Syrup How to Make Birch Sap Syrup Birch Sap Syrup Making Birch sap syrup is one of the first things I do with wild food every year – it tells me we’re about to shoot straight in to the more serious collection of wild foods and is, at…

Silver Birch (Betula pendula) How to Identify Silver Birch Edible Botanical Name:Betula pendula Known Hazards:The tar present in the bark of this tree has been recorded as causing skin irritation, there’s also reference to an insect that feeds on the sap of the silver birch leaves exuding a chemical called…

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