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Donation - Wild Food Foraging - Lambsquarters, Wild Radish and much more!!!!!!!


Bring your bag and fill it up... Right now Hahamongna Watershed Park is full of wild radishes, Lambsquarters, Curly Dock, Amaranth and lots of new plants too such as Nutgrass, Passion Fruits, etc...


So let's splurge in it!


We'll meet at 10 AM in the park in front of the high school. See a detailed map at:

From there we'll go on a foraging walk and I'll show you where you can fill up your bags with Lamsquarters, wild radishes and much more. People who are really new to wild food can stick with me and I'll explain the characteristics of each edible plants.


After the class, I'll show you how to make a quick but yummy Pesto with Lambsquarters. I'll have a couple of new things for people to taste (Steamed Wild Radish Pods in a Thai Sauce for example) but it would be great if people attending also bring a bit of food. Can be ethnic food, interesting food, chips with salsa, fruits from your garden, etc...


There is a donation of $ 10.00 for this class, you can use paypal and use my email ( [masked]) to make a paymentm make a payment through meetup or you can also do it at the meetup.


It's probably going to be HOT! so make sure to bring sun protection and lots of water.


And again, bring a bag because you will leave with lots of wild food.


Lastly - if you want to friend me on facebook - simply do a search on my name (Pascal Baudar). I'd love to be your friend and keep you updated on some of our culinary experiments with wild food. I also have tons of photos of edible plants.

See u next week!


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  • Saul

    For the knowledge Pascal teaches about edible plants and the gourmet treats we ate at the end a donation was well worth it!

    July 12, 2011

  • Stephanie

    Fun group! This was a great introduction for me to edible wild food. The potluck at the end was a treat, especially Pascal's homemade wild food dishes. Thanks, Pascal!

    July 11, 2011

  • Keith

    Always plenty of knowledge to be gained by attending a wild food walk with Pascal.

    July 11, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Thank you Pascal! I will be back! I learned a lot and tonight made a delicious BBQ Steak with my Wild Radish and Lambquarters sauteed in olive oil and garlic -YUM!

    July 10, 2011

  • A former member
    A former member

    Nice to meet many new foragers and thanks, as always, Pascal! The edible insects on the eucalyptus leaves were new to me! (And stories about them are currently grossing out my sister - bonus!) Like I said at the feast, if anyone ever wants to hike the Arroyo (where we were) and practice foraging, let me know. I live just minutes from the park.

    July 10, 2011

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