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Eating Wild Food: The challenges, benefits and consequences.

Leaf Inspiration: A transition from autumn to the realm of pure mystery and magic.I don’t know who created the following image or […]

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Be Mindful of Morels

Be Mindful of Morels Few fungi arouse my interest enough for me to set my alarm for 4.45 am and […]

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Catch 22

Catch 22 (wild food year week 9) Nature’s abundant treasures, the heart’s treasures as well as the infinite wealth of […]

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Let’s All Go Nuts!

Let’s All Go Nuts! Walnuts (and mushroom pate) –oil, beech nuts -oil, gingko (fried), acorn (noodles), hazelnut (risotto)pine, chestnut – […]

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Bob Geldof’s bottom

Is it possible to live on wild food alone………………? Day one (1st July):Bob Geldof’s bottom Day one and I’m already […]

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Making, cooking and storing leaf curd

Making, cooking and storing leaf curd. On July the 1st I’ll be beginning my second attempt to live on entirely […]

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Respect Your Elders

Respect Your Elders Respect your elders. Amid the kaleidoscopic plethora of often contradictory mottos to inspire and safely guide us […]

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Smoking is good for your health

Smoking is good for your health Wherever there is smoke, so the popular saying goes, there is sure to be […]

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Chicken, seeds, hiatus and hope

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Slow Food

Slow Food: The torturously slow trials and tribulations of one man’s attempt to eat nothing but wild food for an […]

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