>>> Want to learn more about edible & medicinal wild plants?
Yet they are ultra fresh, local, and you can pick them for free.
So what's the catch?
You need to know what plant you are dealing with, when to harvest and how to prepare it.
Many people have forgotten about wild plants, or think that they are hard to find. Some may think they all taste horrible, and others believe that you need many years of foraging experience before you can pick them.
That's not true. You can do this too. You can be a wild plant forager. Even if you live in a city. And I guarantee you, you'll be amazed at how simple it really is, and how much fun.
Learn about eating wild plants and you will
- get super nutrition
- discover new flavours
- save money
- reduce your carbon footprint
- be more self sufficient
- reconnect to nature
You'll find out that superfoods don't come in fancy boxes from the stores, or in pills. Anyone (yes, even you) can find them freely available in nature.
Be prepared for an empowering experience that will awaken your senses!
Get started now: take a look around on this website and blog with tips and recipes, and don't forget to check our freebies (you don't need to sign up for anything)!
In an ever changing world wild plants have so much to teach us about resilience. Resilience and connection.
Hungry for more? Time to get really involved!
Book me for a wild plant safari or get my e-book Wildly Nourished.
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Last small batch of plantain seeds. Using them as a substitute for chia seeds. I noticed that eating these ancestral wild foods makes me feel connected to past generations and how the hardships they survived make us realise how resilient we are. ❤️
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