plentiful for the wild food forager
seaweeds to shellfish
are no poisonous seaweeds
in Britain but there are some that are better
others to eat! We have several good edible
seaweeds growing in the North East.
Some need cooking; some can be eaten raw. We'll teach you how to
identify the best edible
seaweeds, discuss how to use edible seaweeds and
how to store them. We also have plentiful
but you need to take care about when and from where you
collect them. We'll make sure you know how to keep safe so you can
enjoy this wonderful and tasty food resource.
Duration: 2 hours
first two people, £15 per additional group member. Individual
one-to-one booking available at £75.
Ring or email to book
day and time that suits you; tel. 01388 529154 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
then fill in and return the booking form (by
email or post) and click on the button
below to pay online.
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information: Minimum group size two; maximum 12.
Participants should be 16 or over.
leader has been foraging for wild food since the
is qualified through the
Institute for Outdoor Learning to teach bushcrafts to groups and has
involved in bushcrafts and woodland skills for over thirty years.
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for use on any of our activities emailed direct to you.