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Seasonal recipe: Spring nettle, dock and dandelion puddings – gourmet food from hyperabundant weeds

Dock, dandelion and nettle puddings, with crispy lichen and wild garlic mayo

Dock, dandelion and nettle puddings, with crispy lichen and wild garlic mayo

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New in the Wild Food GuideWild Leeks

few flower leek bunch

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New on the Wild Food Guide: Dulse

Dulse

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Its birch tapping time again!

Wild Whisky Sour – made with 3 of the finest liquids on earth…

birch sap drinking

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Kate's Birthday Forage

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IN SEASON NOW – click pictures to view info or to view more species visit the Wild Food Guide.

Wild Garlic/Ramsons

Wild Garlic/Ramsons

Lesser celandine

Lesser celandine

     

 

 

 

 

 

laver, nori, seaweed, foraging, edibility, identification, wild food

Laver/Nori

Few-flowered leek

Few-flowered leek

 

 

 

 

 

reedmace female flower heads

Reedmace

Ground elder

Ground elder

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

pepper dulse, identification, distribution, edibility,

Pepper Dulse

Japanese knotweed

Japanese knotweed

 

 

 

 

 

 

Common hogweed

Common hogweed

Sweet cicely

Sweet cicely

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