Robin Harford's Eatweeds Cookbook just arrived in the post. It's a fab wild food recipe book for foraging enthusiasts.
Robin Harford is the best forager I know. I've learned more from him about wild plants in an hour than I have with anyone else I care to think of. He really knows his stuff.
In his brand new 150 page wild food cookbook, Robin covers 39 plants with over 80 simple and easy to prepare recipes you can create in your kitchen.
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From Cleavers and Aubergine Bake, and Ground Ivy Tempura, to Ox-eye Daisy Tabbouleh and White Dead-Nettle Fritatta.
Each wild plant is beautifully illustrated with a Victorian botanical wood block print, to help you identify it in the wild.
Having foraged for his daily supper for over ten years, these recipes come directly from Robin's kitchen and have been field tested by hundreds of people in the UK, making this wild food recipe book perfect for foraging enthusiasts everywhere.
I've already tried a couple of the recipes and can wholeheartedly recommend it.
Get hold of your wild food cook book copy here, (or click the button below) - it costs just £12.99.
Robin Harford is an ethnobotanist and professional forager. He's taught foraging at the Eden Project, appeared on BBC2's Edwardian Farm, Soul Seekers TV, and has been recommended in BBC Good Food, the Guardian, GQ, Ecologist, Green Parent and more.
Author & Curator
Nigel Berman is the founder of School of the Wild.