Foods for free. Anything you want to post about wild foods or foraging, hunting and fishing. Please note, this section includes pictures of hunting.

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Post: #237263 wabbit955
Sun Jul 03, 2011 9:26 am

just been out foraging come back with
rose petals
rose mary
and lots of wild plums
seams to be a good year for the wild plum around here
tree are loaded but not all ready yet must rember to go out next week

what have you found latley
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Re: foraging

Post: #237287 okra
Sun Jul 03, 2011 5:20 pm

Exercise with a purpose - love foraging

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Re: foraging

Post: #237422 Andy Hamilton
Mon Jul 04, 2011 9:36 pm

Had my first blackberry today, very nice it was too - very early though. Cherry plums are ready, as are cherries. Been a little obssesesed with lime blossom this year, had some immature hazlenuts too and some walnuts that I pickeled. Pine needs turned into cordial (see booze for free when its out) and covered in vinegar to make balsamic vinegar.

Oh and mustard flowers, rocket, chives.... probally somethings I forgot.
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