Tag: cleavers

We’re Foraging in March, the weather is slowly warming up and flowers are starting to bloom but the weather can vary across the country and further north there’s still a risk of snow. The Anglo-Saxon name for the month was Hlyd monath meaning stormy month. If the weather is terrible…

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,…

Cleavers / Spring / Summer / Autumn / Edible Everything you need to safely identify the edible and medicinal Cleavers or Sticky Weed (Gallium Aparine) before heading out to forage some. Scientific Name Gallium aparine Family Rubiaceae Also known as Clivers, “bort”, bedstraw, goosegrass, catchweed, stickyweed, stickybud, robin-run-the-hedge, sticky willy,…

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