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Two simple recipes for this centuries old country drink – one with malt, one without.
Tart, tangy and mysteriously dark – one of the finest jams you can make.
With elements of rambling, collecting, science and treasure-hunting, there’s more to mushroom hunting than gathering food.read more
Hazelnuts are the most important wild nut for foragers, but can be planted to give a worthwhile harvest in just five years.read more
Learn to peel, roast, dry and cook chestnuts, a traditional forager’s treat. Autumn just wouldn’t be the same without them!read more
If you learn to identify them, wild mushrooms can become an important part of your diet and are absolutely free.read more
Served over ice, this delicious drink is the essence of English summer.read more
Elderflower champagne is easy to make with no special equipment. Slightly alcoholic, with a beautiful floral flavour.read more