We are surrounded by wild food all the time.
All we need to do is recognise it.
Explore this site for in-depth information on wild food and guided foraging walks
Seasonal Tips from Mark
Winter Foraging WalksContrary to popular belief, there are lots of wild foods to forage and learn about during the winter. Book a winter foraging walk, designed around the interests of your group.
Hedgehog mushroom - Edibility, Identification, DistributionIn the odd world of fungi, the hedgehog mushroom still manages to stand out as eccentric. Its the joker in the pack, and for anyone who is struggling to get to grips with identifying edible wild mushrooms, its refusal to conform to even the loosest of mycological norms make it a godsend. Better still, it is fairly common, immune to insect attack and very tasty.
Sea Buckthorn - Identification, Edibility, DistributionThis is the most striking and delicious of all our UK berries in my opinion - once you get over their nose-scrunching acidity! They are exceptionally good for you, being rammed with antioxidants and vitamin C. They are mostly found coastally, but are starting to be introduced - or introducing themselves - to more inland locations...
Super Simple Wild Fruit LeathersFruit leathers are simple. You can throw in whatever mixture of hedgerow fruits you come home with, and no need to weigh or time anything. All you need is fruit and sugar or honey to taste to make a delicious, healthy, long-lasting treat that will cheer up any walk or forage with an intense fruit hit.