Food You Can Forage: Edible Plants to Harvest, Cook and Enjoy

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Food You Can Forage: Edible Plants to Harvest, Cook and Enjoy Author: Format: Paperback / softback First Published: Published By: Bloomsbury Publishing PLC
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Pages: 256 Illustrations and other contents: 300 colour artworks, 40 black and white artworks, 80 colour photos Language: English ISBN: 9781472941206 Categories: , , , , , , Tag:

When you know where to look, each season Nature provides a generous spread of tasty treats ripe for the picking. Foraging can be an adventure for the entire family, and Food You Can Forage is packed with photos, illustrations and useful information to help you identify and find food in the wild, as well as delicious recipes to try with your finds.

In this book, Tiffany Francis explores a range of habitats, revealing why plants grow where they do and which other living things live there too. Tiffany offers tips to help make the most of time spent outdoors wherever you are, and her delightful text also explains everything from the birds to look out for along the coast to which bumblebees you’re most likely to spot on your local heathland. Whether you prefer to avoid eating overly processed foods or just enjoy spending time outdoors with your family, knowing how to ethically source food for free in the wild is a valuable and fun skill that anyone can learn.

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A handy photographic guide to locating, identifying and preparing wild foods... perfect for familes and amatueur naturalists keen to hone their foraging skills * Vegetarian Living *

Author Biography

Tiffany Francis is an author and naturalist from Hampshire who specialises in writing about wildlife, landscapes and rural heritage. Tiffany works at Butser Ancient Farm in the South Downs as a creative developer and goat-keeper. She has a monthly column in Hampshire Life, and has written for the Guardian, Countryfile and the Woodland Trust, and appeared on BBC Radio. @tiffins11 / tiffanyimogen.com

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