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Foraging, wild garlic, - you can smell this before you find it

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Pine Needle Vinegar. This recipe makes a wonderful alternative to Balsamic Vinegar. Deeply scented, Pine vinegar can be used in salad dressings, as a hot drink to help ward off seasonal colds. It goes well with fish when added to sauces etc.

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Foraging DOs and DON'Ts -

Foraging DOs and DON'Ts - how to safely find free food in the wild

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Edible flowers you can forage or find at the garden centre.

Edible flowers

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You’ve stepped on it, ignored it, and tried to eradicate it from your lawn. However, this innocuous little weed is one of the most useful medicines on the planet, just begging to be harvested. (adsbygoogle = window.adsbygoogle || []).push({});...

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Forgotten Plants: Lovage (Plus a Lovage Lemon Chicken Recipe)

Forgotten plants: once prolific in the kitchen gardens of our ancestors but now so rare that the average person might never even have heard of them. Many of these deserve to find space in our gardens again! I have grown lovage in my garden for the past several years. What started as an experiment of the “I have no idea what this plant is but let’s give it a try” variety has quickly become an important part of my kitchen garden.

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Hazelnuts: Foraging for American and beaked hazelnuts -

Foraging for Hazelnuts - How to identify, where to find, and how to harvest one of the best wild edibles.

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And Here We Arefrom And Here We Are

Top 10 Things to Forage in Autumn

Top 10 Things to Forage in Autumn | And Here We Are... It's a great time of year to get out and find some wonderful wild foods! All of these are really easy to identify, and grow throughout Europe and North America.

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Hickory Nuts: Foraging for Pignut and Shagbark Hickory Nuts -

Foraging for Hickory Nuts

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Foraging for Teas- Finding useful "weeds" in your garden, and how they can be used.

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DIY Naturalfrom DIY Natural

Stinging Nettle: How To Identify, Harvest, and Prepare It

Eat wild food! Stinging Nettle is free, delicious, nutritious, and foraging for food makes you feel great.

Foraging. 12 plants that can be foraged for a winter harvest | Suburban Foragers

All about foraging and identifying grape, both wild and cultivated, in North America. (cool tidbit..did you know you can get a lot of water from a grapevine? Read his article to find out more!)

BLOG | "Eat the Weeds" is about foraging, eating wild plants, edible wild food, and other things too. Hosted by Green Deane, the most watched forager in the world. | #foraging

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