I went to the country and had a feast of weeds. True story. Images and recipes attached>Read More
Have you ever wondered about the amount of wild olives that get wasted in Sydney?
Yes, really. A serious weed in our region, and yet oh-so-good>>
Read up and harvest, in season now.
A visual feast of food, traditions and people. TerraMadre 2016Read More
Your Garden magazine and Virgin Australia inflight magazine talking about foraging. Both ask 'Could foraging be the key to a healthier society and better tasting food?'. Read on to find out>>Read More
Want edible wild plants knowledge? Don't have much cash? Three FREE workshops coming up in Sydney. Make the time to get the skills you want. Details in the link>>Read More
Food security is a real issue. It affects two million Australian every year. Many an organisation are lamenting the lack of action by the government to tackle this issue. Food fight anyone?Read More
Change is afoot, you just need to look around to discover so many inspiring and empowering stories. Check this website for a growing selection of them>> Food4Good.com.au <<
There are kid's gardens, bee keeping, promote health by changing your diet and how to take advantage of wild resources. All in one place>>
Diego Bonetto report back from a conference attended on Monday 30 March at the Royal Botanic Gardens of Sydney: Chemfree weed control. Diego presented Wild Food Map as a platform to spread knowledge around edible plants and in an indirect way prevent people from using poison on potential food and medicine.
Brazil cherries are out. Common garden and street planting, they are now in season in northern NSW/ S.E. Queensland. Eugenia uniflora > sharp, big seeds, and free. Check http://wildfood.in and search for it on the map.
There's a search bar too..Read More