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Fresh mixed brassica leaves! Perfect for sauces and jazzing up more bland greens. The smaller leaves are also great for garnish.
Brassicas easily hybridise in the wild, when a few different sub species are growing in close proximity to eachother, so what we have here is #charlockmustard, some #blackmustard and a #hybrid version of the two. I love these #peppery #wildgreens
Been waiting patiently for fresh Spring growth. I've pretty much abandoned my IG over winter, so can't wait to get back into the swing of things!
#brassica #brassicas #wildfood #freshgreens #freshlypicked #mustard #cabbage #wildcabbage #wildfood #wildfoodlove #wildfoods #springgreens #springgrowth

Although it was freezing cold this afternoon, we went for a short walk with Beetle, our dog, looking for more acorns :-) When picking them I noticed one of my favorites 'lamium purpureum' red dead-nettle. Not for the taste of its leaves, they are not very special, but for the tiny purple flowers. They can be used well to finish salads or other dishes. I love to add them to home made butter. It gives just that little accent to brighten a simple slice of bread. White dead-nettle 'lamium album' flowers do the same with green spring soups. .
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#lamiumpurpureum #lamiumalbum #paarsedovenetel
#nettle #reddeadnettle #atouchofnature #springgreens
#edibleflowers #eetbarebloemen
#honeysucking #wildeeetbareplanten
#wildfoodlove #forager
#foraging #wildcrafting #wildfood
#cuisine #outdoor #cooking
#localflavors #enterroir
#laprincessedanslebois #lamaisonauxlilas

Spring trail salad. Henbit, wild carrot and wild allium all growing together. #mylesjonesproject #foraging #wildedibles #wildfoodlove #pickyourown

Did you know, there’s no rule saying you need an elaborate plan to get out and admire our fungi friends. Take a spur of the moment jaunt into the woods, or abruptly pull your car over when you’re on the way to to visit a friend because you see ‘potential mushroom territory’. When you take a walk to the local park, it’s alright for it to turn into an accidental mushroom appreciation session.
Over and over I hear people say how they’ve wanted to learn about mushrooms for ‘sooo long’ and they’ve tried to plan trips to do so, but don’t follow through. I hear comments like, “I bought a mushroom field guide years ago but haven’t had the time to go out for a day with it yet” or simply “I don’t have time”. Let me emphasize, you don’t need a whole day to ‘begin your mushroom foraging experience’ or to start your learning process (and aren’t we all pressed for time these days?). Even if you do have an entire day dedicated to mushroom hunting for your first foraging experience, this doesn’t magically make you a mushroom pro afterwards.
Is it too obvious for me to point out that yes it takes time…but it can be little fragments of time that build up to eventually create a beautiful wealth of knowledge inside you. The moment you become curious is the moment you start learning, it’s natural, your mind goes to ‘find out why’, ‘find out how’, ‘find out what’ as soon as curiosity is piqued. You don’t need to wait for a big grand adventure to start filing away information, let it happen in your backyard when you notice that little brown mushroom poking its cap up from the grass.

Wer steckt eigentlich hinter VILDVUCHS?

Eine der beiden Gründerinnen ist Victoria:

Gesundheitsmanagerin | Kräuter-Pädagogin | Alchimistin für Wildkräuter-Cocktails | Bakterien-Mama
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"Mein besonderes Faible sind essbare Wildpflanzen. In München aufgewachsen war es für mich naheliegend gerade in urbaner Umgebung auf Wildfang zu gehen. Auf meinen abenteuerlustigen Streifzügen durch mittlerweile Stadt und Land sammel ich zu allen Jahreszeiten wertvolle Knospen, Blätter, Blüten und Wurzeln. Diese inspirieren meine Ideen für Wildkräuter-Cocktails und eine leckere, bunte und vielfältige pflanzenbasierte Küche. Um Wildpflanzen ihr volles geschmackliches und gesundheitliches Potential zu entlocken und diese während des ganzen Jahres verfügbar zu haben, experimentiere ich mit alten Kultur-Techniken wie z.B. Fermentieren und Einlegen." #fermentation #fermentationlover #fermentedfood #wildfoodlove #ediblecity #kräuterpädagogin #wildmixology #eattheforest #foresttoplate #wildfood #wildkräuter #minga #munich #kräuterworkshops #essbarestadt #outdoorgirl #foodie #wildferments #wildherbs #sustainableliving #munichlover

More Velvetfoot mushrooms this time with wild onions, black walnuts, dried daylily flowers, seaweed - all foraged (the seaweed from a trip to Newfoundland) with wild rice (wild, yes, but purchased) and a pat of butter, sprinkle of salt.
I could make some feasts with the wild rice but I'm limiting it to 1/4 cup (before cooking) per week because if I were to actually forage it myself - a laborious process - I probably wouldn't get buckets of it.
1/4 cup of wild rice makes about 3,5 cups, cooked - enough for at least 4 meals.
My breakfast was 1/2 cup wild rice with a handful of black walnuts and drizzle of maple syrup. It was divine and I kept me full through to lunch. This is the 6th day of my 40 day wild food journey! *
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#40dayswildfoodfast #forager #eatwild #blackwalnuts #wildfoodlove #forager #survivalfood #lent #primitivediet

Pecan, blueberry and coconut delight! 🍫❤️

American wintergreen (Gaultheria procumbens) is a stalwart presence throughout the winter, offering its cooling flavor and fragrance. The leaves make a fine tea.
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#nativeplants #naturalist #winter #wildfoodlove #theoutsideinstitute

Här gott folk, en spännande produkt som inte används allt för ofta. Granens honblomma i ett senare skede. Gillar ni granskott så är detta utan att överdriva 10 gånger mer spännande. Texturen är vaxartad mjuk men ger ändå ett litet krispigt motstånd. Syran och smaken är betydligt mer komplex än skotten på våren. Kanske värt å testa ?

#vildplockat #gran #wildfoodlove#wildfood #sweden #nature #natur #fir #spruce #forage #foraging #forager #knife #kniv #bushcraft #nordic #wilderness #wild #edible #vegan #vegetarian #wood

Just a little flashback to a particularly delicious full-moon cocktail I made a few weeks ago. Healing chaga was infused in brandy until it glowed an otherworldly cool amber color, then was combined with birch-infused cream frozen into a sphere and topped with a healthy sprinkling of fresh nutmeg to make a Milk-Punch inspired cocktail meant to be sipped slowly. Learn more about just how special chaga is and get the recipe on my blog: thewondersmith.com/blog .
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#chaga #birch #wildfoodlove #fullmoon #fullmooncocktail #foraged #winter

We’ve been waiting for the purple crocus to open so that we can harvest the stamens- which is saffron. I believe it must be from the purple flower. We’ve left some for the bees too :) #saffron #crocus #forager #wildfoodlove #freerangeliving

The patterns of plants are so amazing!

The homegirl @brookesycamore demonstrates her primitive outdoor oven/stove top that will boil water and fry an egg. Where there's smoke, there's a hippie boiling spring water on a hot rock for dandelion root tea! 👏🏼🌻🔥💧🍵🍳

Did you know .... acorns are edible?
an oak can yield up to 100 kg of acorns a year?
there are 900 species of oak worldwide?
oak appear all over the world?
acorns once formed an important food ingredient for our ancestors?
acorns are naturally bitter due to the tannins they contain?
tannins, which are harmful to humans, can be removed by frequent rinsing with hot or cold water?
even squirrels use this way by hiding the acorns in the ground so that they are naturally flushed by rain and groundwater?

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Within a few days we explain the two rinsing methods and we share a recipe to make acorn pancakes.
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#oak #eik #acorns #eikels #nature #natuur
#forest #winterfood #wildfood #wildfoodlove
#forager #foraging #wildplukken
#wildedibleplants #wildeetbareplanten
#wildcrafting
#laprincessedanslebois #lamaisonauxlilas
#ancestors #forgottenknowledge

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