We are surrounded by wild food all the time.
All we need to do is recognise it.
Seasonal Tips from Mark
Wild Spices of the UKBy opening our eyes and imaginations to the full extent of our wild larder, its perfectly possible to make any spice-led dish from around the world using fungi, seaweeds and the seeds, leaves, flowers and roots of common wild plants.
Botanical Consultation and Product DevelopmentGalloway Wild Foods provides botanical consultation and product development advice for individuals, groups, landowners and businesses of all sizes, from tiny artisanal start-ups to global corporations...
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.
Waxcap Fungi - Identification, Distribution, Edibility, ConservationAmong the stellar array of colourful, sculpturesque and eccentric wild mushrooms, the waxcap family (hygrocybes) shine brightest. They are the rare, beautiful jewels of the fungi world, shining like rubies, emeralds and diamonds in late autumn meadows, lawns and graveyards.
Wood blewits - identification, distribution, edibilityWood blewits generally do not appear until there has been at least a light frost. This makes them doubly appealing as other top gourmet mushrooms can become scarce at this point in the season. And make no mistake - these are right up the top tier of the finest edible fungi.