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Tag: Dandelion

Through this guide we’re going to take a look through the potential for Lacto Fermnting Wild Ingredients. The possibilities are endless and once you get started it just gets more exciting. When we begin to start foraging we find one or two exciting wild ingredients and try every recipe we…

  In this Dandelion Root Peshwari Naan recipe, where the 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…

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…

Dandelions have been around for at least 30 million years and this dandelion blossom tempura recipe is just one of the many ways to use them. Humans have relied on it for food & medicine since pre history & have used it ritually for making luck, divination & making wishes…

This Dandelion Flower soda is a simple fermented drink that has a flavour a little like a sparkling honey lemonade. Some people describe it as tasting a bit like sunshine in a bottle and to be honest I think I’d agree – it has a beautiful milky yellow colour and…

This Dandelion Root & Meadowsweet Cheesecake recipe is an incredibly easy recipe to pull together once you have all of the ingredients prepped – and if you don’t there’s some super simple substitutions utilising some more common kitchen cupboard staples. We love this dessert as it’s not overly sweet, utilising…

The Dandelion Coffee Panna Cotta recipe is a fancy-sounding but deceptively easy sweet to make, which should more properly be described as weed flavoured pudding! With it’s spicy biscuit, reminiscent of cardamom and warm, familiar coffee notes, your family and friends will not believe these sophisticated flavours come from the…

foraging and herbal medicine go hand in glove. Herbal remedies are easily produced at home because they involve extracting and/or preserving plant material using age-old processes like macerating in vinegar, oil or alcohol, preserved by drying or using a potent source of sugar or salt, or fermenting into a condiment…

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