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Elderflower Cordial 2

Yazan: Dave | 04 June 2014 | No Comments
Categories: Food, foraging, Home brewing, Outdoors, Preserving, Wild food, Wild food, Wild foods

Elderflower Cordial 2 An easy recipe for bulk amounts There are countless recipes for elderflower cordial. Here is one for making bulk amounts taught to me by a Swedish girl. We do have a recipe for making a smaller amount. • Place a layer of elder flowers in the bottom of a bucket and cover […]

Group Foraging Days

Yazan: Dave | 12 December 2012 | 1 Comment
Categories: Courses, Courses and talks, foraging, Wild foods

Family Foraging Courses/Group Foraging Courses Don’t see a course in your area? Want an unique Christmas present?  Think you could get between a group of 2 to 14 people together who would like to go on a wild food walk? Then  email Dave (dave (at) with a list of preferred dates and locations, if you find one mutually […]

Preserving Cherries

Yazan: Dave | 27 July 2012 | 4 Comments
Categories: Food, foraging, Home Brew, Lifestyle and Recipes, Preserving, Wild foods

Town planners of 20th century often included cherry trees in their planting schemes as they loved the blossom. The fruit was something of an afterthought, but not for us foragers. It has meant that added to the list of usual places to hunt for cherries you should include housing estates and parks. You will more […]

The Science of the wild

Yazan: Dave | 07 August 2011 | No Comments
Categories: Courses, foraging, Wild foods

Science and the natural world often seem like odd bedfellows but they are not as far removed as they first may seem. Centuries of scientific study have led us to a much greater understanding of the world around us and what makes plants taste the way they do, how they grow, why they look like […]

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