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Come along on a delightful springtime foraging adventure in the enchanting South West England! Get ready to explore the bountiful landscapes, uncover hidden treasures, and embark on a culinary journey like no other. In this article, we will delve into the world of foraging, discovering where to find these natural…

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,…

As an island nation, we really should make more use of our coastal resources and head out foraging on the marsh.  The maximum distance from the coast at any point in the UK is 84 miles, which is the distance from Lichfield in Staffordshire to Wallasey Beach, in the Wirral…

This Mixed Wild Bean Salad is a lovely recipe for getting a vast range of wild ingredients into a wholesome filling salad. It can be served as the main show with a little cheese or grilled meats in or as a fantastic side dish in a mezze or BBQ or…

Through this piece we’re going to join Forager Jane on discovering the ins and outs of Coastal Foraging in Norfolk. We need to be mindful Foragers when Coastal Foraging in Norfolk If the North Norfolk Coast was a parcel it would come with big red labels, saying, “Fragile”, “Handle with…

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