Category: Wild Food Recipes

  With a sharp citrus flavour, which many people describe as a green apple flavour, this little green leafy plant was traditionally used to add sharpness to dishes, before we had access to lemons.  Great in salads, soups, sandwiches, sorbets or desserts like this one.  The added bonus is it’s…

Rose Basking in the hedgerows or adorning our gardens, heady with fragrance so compelling & transporting, that for thousands of years, it has been associated with magic, mysticism, esoteric secrets, sacred sexuality, the emergence of a higher consciousness & divine feminine power. Whether it’s a savoury, as in the above…

Lime/Linden:  Tilia sp.    The Linden or Lime tree, spread across much of Europe, at the end of the last ice age, around 8000 BC. In fact, it was the dominant broad leaved species across much of England and Wales, not Oak, as many would believe. Once a common sight…

  Dandelion roots are notoriously bitter tasting things, but it’s quite amazing what a transformation happens upon applying a little heat to the situation.  The texture of the Dandelion root is very similar to coconut, which is what gave me the idea for our Dandelion root “peshwari naan”.  Far more…

Reminiscent of a heady summer day, these sweet treats are floral and earthy at the same time.  I can’t claim that this is a healthy snack, but the health benefits of both Rose and Chaga are well documented.   Rose petals are mildly sedative, antiseptic, anti-inflammatory and anti-parasitic.  They’re also…

Lacto fermented Wild Garlic is quite a mouthful to say and sounds quite complicated, however the truth is, making this is really quite simple, more simple than making a pesto & it stores for the whole year until the next Wild Garlic season comes along. What is Lacto Fermentation? Lacto…

Through this guide we’re going to look at the incredible way of preserving flowers by Crystalising Edible flowers Edible flowers are Such a beautiful, nutritious and waste-free way to add vibrant colour to your recipes. In theory you can use any edible flower for this purpose, even wild garlic flowers…

This pickled Japanese knotweed recipe is incredibly tasty, you can have a pickle within just an hour and it can be used with loads of things; From a cheeseboard to bbq’d or smoked meats, this is one of those cupboard staples that I make a big bunch of each year.…

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