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Wild Food

Handbook / Manual
By: Raymond Mears and Gordon C Hillman
352 pages, Col photos
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  • Wild Food ISBN: 9780340827918 Paperback Jul 2008 Usually dispatched within 1 week
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In Wild Food, Ray Mears and Gordon Hillman lead us into the wildest parts of Britain to demonstrate the huge variety of indigenous foods that can be found. One of the most crucial skills to surviving in any wilderness is self-reliance - now, with this book, you can equip yourself with the knowledge to find tasty and sustaining foods in your own back yard and beyond.

Practical, enthralling, often surprising, packed with beautiful illustrations, Wild Foods is an invaluable tool for any keen outdoorsman, and it is a fascinating read anyone with an interest in the little-known side of Britain's natural resources.

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Handbook / Manual
By: Raymond Mears and Gordon C Hillman
352 pages, Col photos
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