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Foraging and Interesting Side Dishes with Foraged Wild Bites

Interesting Side Dishes with Foraged Wild Bites

Take some hints from nature this holiday season as we explore interesting little wild bites and side dishes for entertaining.

Learn about sweet white clover or how to prepare lambsquarters seeds.

These unique flavors are sure to be the hit of your holiday table.

We’ll identify wild edibles and forage a bit, then experience an informal “how to” and then the best part – taste!


NOTE THAT THERE MAY BE SOME SLIGHT RAIN THAT DAY - but we love rain, without rain we could not have wild edibles.

If it is raining, we will skip the wild bites and go on a foraging hike for a couple of hours. If no rain, we'll proceed with exploring side dishes.

So, rain or no rain - show up, you'll learn something and maybe we'll even see some mushrooms. I collected some oyster mushrooms at the same location yesterday.


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  • A former member
    A former member

    Got some great mushrooms and lots of experience on how to look for them. I'm glad I brought plenty of bags because I also collected yummy curly dock, plantain, mugwort, watercress and uh .... another one that reminds me of alfalfa but I can't remember the name.

    December 3, 2012

  • Pascal B.

    In the past I Christopher Nyerges book about edible plants. The pics are bit small and black/white but the content is good.

    December 2, 2012

  • Samuel

    Is there a book recommended for getting my feet wet in this wild edible experience? Preferably with pictures.

    November 30, 2012

  • Pascal B.

    We're going to skip the food part as it may still be raining. So we're going to do a foraging walk for a couple of hours and see what we can find. I'm not a mushroom expert but I know a couple of edible ones in the area. I ate some wonderful Oyster Mushroom 3 days ago that I found there. So if you know about mushrooms join up so we can expand our education. Bring you rain gears for the walk.

    November 30, 2012

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