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By: James Wood(Author)
160 pages, colour photos
The Foragers' Cookbook offers a unique insight in to the huge abundance and massive potential uses for the plants we walk past on a daily basis. This book will give you the confidence and guidance to explore your surrounding green spaces and safely pick the abundance of wild edible plants found growing all around us. After harvesting these plants the book then offers you a range of tried and tested recipes for creating truly delicious wild food inspired meals, preserves, syrups, pickles, jams, salt ferments and chutneys within your own home.
- Detailed Identification guides to 15 common edible plants
- 65 Wild Food Recipes
- Tips and advice from professional forager James Wood
- A huge list of edible uses for each plant
- Information on potential lookalikes of plants you will be foraging
- Full colour imagery
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James Wood is a professional, experimental wild food forager based in the UK; he runs in depth, deeply engaging wild food foraging and cookery experiences. This is done alongside sustainably collecting and processing a range of the most abundant wild edible plants for making preserves which go to both local and regional restaurants and other establishments. He's filmed with the BBC, ITV and some independent documentary makers and regularly writes for well established magazines such as Cheshire Life.
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