Join us on a walk through various habitats and I’ll introduce you to fantastic edible plants and fungi as we come across them. I’ll teach you how to identify these edibles and medicinals for yourself and how to tell them apart from the nasties. The walk itself is about 3 hours, fairly slow-paced as we stop regularly to look at things and over mostly flat terrain, plus we’ll stop for lunch in the middle of the day.
We’ll be able to taste some things raw as we go round, and will gather at the end to cook up some of what we’ve found as well some wild nibbles, tipples, cheeses, chutneys, syrups, sweet treats and to brew some wild tea. You can also look through my books and learn to identify finds for yourself as well.
The exact location of the walk will be emailed to you after booking. It will be somewhere easily accessible by car or public transport within the Leeds area. Children are very welcome and must be accompanied by a parent or responsible adult at all times. There is no lower age limit, I leave it up to parents to judge whether their child can manage to walk a mile or two over the 5 hour course and follow safety instruction.
Booking is secured on payment. Tickets are: £30 adult, (£20 if also booked onto the cooking class on Sun 7 May), £8 child (aged 8 or over), child aged 7 or under goes free. For more information see my website: www.eduliswildfood.co.uk/courses
To book your place, or if you have any questions about the day, please email me: firstname.lastname@example.org
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