I went to the country and had a feast of weeds. True story. Images and recipes attached>Read More
Earlier in the year I worked with some amazing individuals and organisations to provide a feast of weeds.
Here’s the video of the event, what we wanted to achieve and how we did it. Thank you to all involved and looking forward to work alongside you all soon enough.
Professional forager Diego Bonetto work with master distiller Dave Withers of Archie Rose to produce a limited edition gin in two parts: Bush and Coast.Read More
Are you interested in foraging?
1-the best place to forage is your own garden.
2- positively identify everything
3-be nice to the colonies
Listen to a 10 minutes interview with Diego Bonetto to learn about it>
Is your garden full of weeds? Excellent! You might find that you have something quite special there.
Meet farmers friend (bidens pilosa). a weedy friend indeed. And food. And medicine. And free.
Foraging as communion to place.
"There is magic and miracle woven into the stories of the land, water and air. Right where you are now."
'tis the season for robinia flowers. This common world-wide weedy tree is flowering right now, and it is yummy!
Are you in Sydney? Intrigued? Read on>>
Read what a guest had to say about learning to harvest edible wild mushrooms, with pictures.
Unlock the magic>Read More
Wild jerusalem artichokes and how to cook them with a traditional recipe from piedmont, italy> yum!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
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>>
Sometimes you realise that the best things you could have, are already in your hands.
Best food, best medicine, grows everywhere even if you don't want it to. What's not to like about purslane?
Oh dear, they're here! Blue flax lily, all over the parks, reserves and street plantings of Brisbane, Sydney, Melbourne and further. Have you tried the berries yet? Check the hints in the blog post, consult Wild Food Map for location and enjoy! Short season folks, better be quick for this treatsRead More
In May 2015 for TEDx Sydney, a group of forward thinkers and environmental conscious producers were mustered to provide for 2.5k people at the Opera House. This video tells you how and why>>Read More
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