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A Wild Relationship

Foraging For Hairy Bitter Cress – Its Hot

Try hairy bitter cress in a sandwich for a peppery kick. After taking a nibble of hairy bitter cress or hoary bitter cress for the the first time, you may

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Alexanders, Seeds, A Forager’s Feast

Alexanders seeds first marched into Britain on the soles of Roman footwear. Alexanders are found growing now (early January), here in South Devon. They have a distinct parsley/celery/angelica taste, and

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Common Sense Code: Foraging Ethics

Foraging ethics, wild crafting with a conscience I must not tally with this blog, as the mildness, so far of this winter has been felt and stirred the energy forces

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