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This Wild Couscous Salad is an incredibly morish starter or side dish that works in any season. What is Couscous? Couscous is a traditional North African dish made from tiny, granular balls of semolina flour that are steamed to perfection. It is a staple food in many countries, including Morocco,…

Through this piece we’re going to be looking at some of the most common & best things to when foraging in fields. If you’re someone who loves the great outdoors, exploring new places, and discovering new things, then you’re in for a treat. Foraging is a fun and fulfilling activity…

Through this piece we’re going to look at 10 things to forage in spring, from plants to seaweeds & mushrooms there’s plenty out there to enjoy. Foraging for wild edibles is a fun and rewarding way to connect with nature and get a taste of the local flora. In spring,…

  When we’re Foraging in February the weather tends to still be cold and there’s still the risk of snow and frost but on the odd days when the sun does shine it gives me hope that spring is just around the corner. So what can you forage in February?…

Wild Mushroom & Wild Greens Chickpea Frittata Ingredients: 250g cup chickpea (gram) flour 2 tablespoons nutritional yeast 2 teaspoons lacto-fermented wild garlic  (or 1 teaspoon garlic powder) 1 teaspoon baking powder 1/4 teaspoon sea salt  A couple of springs of wild marjoram or thyme  (or other herbs of choice)   75ml…

Realistically any mixture of wild edibles can be chucked into a Wild Salad bowl and when dressed with tasty vinaigrette, something warm like wilted nettles and wild garlic and something crunchy like croutons or fried bacon and it will taste just delightful. Some of the ingredients mentioned below haven’t been…

Chickweed / Spring / Summer / Autumn / Winter / Edible How to Identify Chickweed Common names Common Chickweed, Chickweed Botanical name Stellaria media Meaning of botanical name Stellaria means star-like, while media means in-the-middle or in between Known hazards Contains saponins, which can be poisonous in very large quantities.…

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