Foraging for Mushrooms and other Wild Foods – all over the UK
We have a genuine love of wild British food. There is an abundance of edible plants and mushrooms that grow in the UK, and knowing what you can and cannot eat from your local woods will enhance your walks as well as your diet. Much of what you can pick in the UK whilst foraging would be considered food for fine dining, and often beyond a normal household budget. So why not learn how to find it for free?
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Thanks guys for a really insightful afternoon. We've just fried up our bag - delicious!!"
Alan and Angela Colbridge
Sam Haydon, Shukers Land Rover Ludlow
Mark & Rosalind Butterworth
Vanessa Brown, Quinine Design
Pam Harper and Mike Barnes
"I just wanted to say a huge thank you for the foraging course last week at Ashton-under-Hill. I must admit my grandson Alex enjoyed it as much as I did and thank you for including him in so well."
"On behalf of the Google team, I wanted to say a big thank you for leading such a fun and educational course. Everyone enjoyed themselves and the mushrooms we ate for lunch were so tasty. We all learnt a lot and have been talking about the various mushroom types we encountered (luckily these notes will help refresh our memory!)."
"Hi. We just wanted to send you a message thanking you for all your videos on YouTube. The knowledge we have gained from you has given us a new way of appreciating fungi. Since finding your videos we have gone down a five year rabbit hole in to understanding our surroundings and are now in the process of going off grid and living a self sufficient life. Your videos were one of the initial things that gave us confidence and motivation. Thanks you. Anthony and Erica"
Anthony and Erica, The Chicken Tree
Thanks so much for the info, the forage in Lustleigh was a great experience. The mushroom soup tasted so intense we are still talking about it, we are recommending the experience to all family and friends,
Chris & Steve Hiller
Thanks for this which ices a very special cake. The whole family had a great day, learnt a lot and enjoyed your food, wisdom and excellent manner with adults and kids alike.
I am grazing the Hawthorn with gusto and your sorrelled version of wild garlic pesto is going down a storm.
Hope to see you again soon.
The Ritchie Family
That was just the most wonderful trip for me today. I was running-in-the-head to remember it all. Child's play for you. But for me....it was just brilliant.
Thank you for your generosity. The soup and pasta : everything.
I am gonna try to learn what I can from you, as often as I'm able.
All the very best."
It was a lovely day - great to learn so much. Cooked the mushrooms with olive oil in the oven and had them with the wild salad for a starter.
I'm going to print all the links and go walking with my Dad this weekend in and around Shrewsbury. I'm going to book more courses - great presents.
Greg, North Devon
All the best
Both myself and my wife would like to thank you for the foraging course which we thought was perfect for beginners and gave us a taste of what could be a great pastime."
Had a great time at the session today -- thanks again! If you could sign me up to your mailing list that would be great. Hope to see you again in autumn.
It's improved our confidence no end. And he didn't take much convincing to explore fungi foraging next.....many thanks."
Just wanted to say thanks again for an amazing day and for sharing your passion and knowledge."
"I did the course with Phil yesterday at Cannock chase and I wanted to say how good it was. Learnt so much about mushroom foraging and am now confident on picking certain types. Exactly what I wanted to achieve.
Had a great time with Eric in Mortimer woods today. Easy to remember rules on what to do, can't wait to take the family out foraging.
Cheers for the experience and food at the end. Will be recommending this course to friends.
Thanx, Elliot Stroud"
Thank you x"