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Sweet Woodruff / Spring / Summer / Autumn / Edible Sweet Woodruff (Galium Odoratum) Identification A delicious low lying, perennial plant, found in well established woodlands. Common Names Sweet Woodruff, Sweet scented bedstraw. Botanical Name Galium Odoratum Scientific Classification Kingdom – Plantae Order – Gentianales Family – Rubiaceae Physical Characteristics…

Fig Leaf Cookies This is a nice, simple and delicious way to use the leaves from a fig tree to get a sweet treat whilst waiting for the figs to ripen! The fig leaves will need to be dehydrated or dried and then ground into a powder. Ingredients 225g plain…

LEMON AND MEADOWSWEET CURD My favourite method of capturing the essence of meadowsweet is with this wonderful lemon and meadowsweet curd. The meadowsweet adds an incredible almond flavour to the classic curd. In little jars, it makes beautiful summertime gifts and can be spread on toast, cakes or pancakes and…

Words and Imagery from @foraged.by.fern instagram Crumbly, forest flavoured, buttery bites of deliciousness! I was so happy with these biscuits, they will definitely be served up on some of my 2020 workshops! Just the smell transports you to the woods and gives you a huge, nourishing nature hug!  Ingredients 50g…

from @foraged.by.fern instagram Ingredients & Method Rub together 250g of plain flour and 125g of chilled butter until it looks like breadcrumbs! Then add 1 egg and a tbsp of water and bring together to form a dough! Wrap in cling film and leave in the fridge before you roll…

from @foraged.by.fern instagram There is so much cherry blossom blooming at the moment! The skies are pink and it’s raining soft pink petals! They’re a favourite ingredient in Japan and I can see why, even collecting them is such a joy!  My favourite thing to make with them is jam!…

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