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Sarah co-founded Eatingbritain. She is a food fanatic with a gluten intolerance living near Brighton on the south coast of the UK. With a passion for everything edible, she writes about her loves and the wonders of food.

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  1. sam says:

    when i was a teen, I was really into doing this – making bramble jelly, elderflower champagne, foraging for mushrooms…

    one of my favourite books back then was Food for Free by Richard Mabey:

    http://www.amazon.co.uk/Food-Free-Richard-Mabey/dp/0002201593

    I am surprised it is still in print – my copy is over 20 years old.

  2. SarahG says:

    I’ve just cut back the brambles at the back of our garden after grabbing as many blackberries as possible off them first. Much easier when they’re on your doorstep! I can remember always blackberry picking with my Dad around the local fields. We’d have (and still have) an abundance of blackberry and apple crumbles, pies and of course Jam!

    I can also remember getting Walnuts and Hazelnuts in my younger years.

  3. Sarah says:

    Sam, Thanks so much for the tip about the book :) A mate at work has just recommended exactly the same book! Looks like I’ll have to get a copy :)

    SarahG, My mum’s always been an avid jam maker :) We went picking last weekend along the river Adur and got about 6lb’s worth. I’m going to post her jam recipe on Sunday because it makes really lovely jam :)

  4. Hunting for wild food to supplement school meals was for me the start of a lifelong interest in wild food and the provenance of food more generally. Reading over this post and comments has heightened my anticipation of the forthcoming end of the hungry gap, with the arrival of St George’s mushrooms, wild hops, nettles etc.

  5. Geert Weyn says:

    Does anybody know where to find mushrooms? I wouldn’t have a clue where to start looking

  6. kev fear says:

    just got back from picking about 3kg of blackberries, and regularly harvest nettles sea samphire, sea spinach, dulse and sea lettuce also all edible fungi, wild cherries, elderberries aswell as prawns mussels and cockles, all these things I collect just a short distance from home whilst walking the dog at Conwy in the hills and woods that surround the town, Richard Maybeys book was my initial motivation, but have since got more specialised books, especially for the fungi.

  7. Lazytarts says:

    A friend and myself went foraging collecting rosehips, brambles, crabapples and many more things we made jellies, james and syrups! It was great and we now plan to make elderflower wine next year. I have my own allotment which i have grown may vegtables for example leeks, red cabbage, broccoli, onions, betroot, kale, spinach and so much more it is the best thing i have done this year and i will continue………….eveyone should try no mater how small or big their area i even have herbs growing in window boxes in my kitchen. you can grow anywhere. try it.

  8. ruth says:

    i would like to no how you stop duck ponds from going green and smelly

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