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Of course all the wild food recipes, videos and blog posts with foraging tips on this website are free. You may also follow us on Facebook, Twitter, Pinterest and Youtube for even more ideas. But below are some more free resources to help and inspire you. Enjoy!
Free e-book 'Roses on the table'
On several occasions I've had the luck to work with one of the most enchanting flowers of all: the rose. This booklet is a round up of several rose recipes and stories I've shared on a variety of rose festivals.
Because roses are all about nostalgia, the booklet is illustrated with beautiful vintage rose drawings.
Dive into the aroma and indulge. Because after all, for roses aroma is only an understatement.
Download link doesn't work? Contact me and I'll send it to your email inbox!
Free e-book "The top 10 wild edibles, plus one more"
A great help to get started on the foraging path! This booklet for wild food lovers covers 11 common wild edibles:
Download your free e-booklet here.
Free Sample Issue of Plant Healer Magazine
Simply the best herbal magazine in the world. Featuring experience-based & adventurous writings by teachers, practitioners & plant lovers.
Combining inquiry, inspiration & skills in artful celebration of the evolving folk herbalism culture.
Plant Healer combines cutting edge science with heartful intuitive practice, personal stories that inspire and practical skills that enable. Imagine mating a credible clinical journal with a lushly edgy arts and culture magazine, and what you get is Plant Healer. There’s never been anything else like it, nor will there ever be.
Click on the image to read a free sample issue. Warning: you may instantly fall in love.
Free preview of 'Wildly Nourished. A family guide to wild edible greens, flowers, roots and seeds'
Wildly Nourished is giving all the details on 35 commonly found wild edible plants. This book is sharing my long-time experience as a forager, explained in a simple and easy manner.
Including tips on urban foraging, sustainable harvesting and storage, recipes and more!
Click here and read the first chapters for free (scroll down).
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