With Forager & Wild Food Guide Rachel Lambert, as seen on BBC 2 Coast Path, This Morning ITV, in The Daily Telegraph, The Independent on Sunday, The Ecologist, The Daily Express & more...
You really can learn to identify wild foods for yourself. You could walk across fields, along hedgerows and onto beaches and forage along the way. Even cook up amazing feasts, wow your family and friends, with just one small wild ingredient, or an array of dishes infused with fresh flavours.
Here at Wild Food Foraging, Rachel Lambert prides herself in offering accessible and hands on foraging experiences, introducing the wonders of wild food foraging to all ages and abilities.
Whether you're a beginner or a keen novice, I will open up a new world of plants, wild ingredients, recipes and health benefits for you to enjoy. Available across the South West and West Country, from Isles of Scilly and Cornwall to Bristol
Through excellent guidance, you too can experience first-hand how to identify, use and enjoy a wide range of edible plants. I offer;
- Public Foraging Courses in Cornwall
Foraging on the Isles of Scilly
Foraging in Bristol
Corporate Team Building
Foraging Courses for Chefs .
Read the latest blog post
SEAWEED FORAGING IN CORNWALL AND THE ISLES OF SCILLY, by Rachel Lambert (June 2016) Well, it’s arrived – 104 pages of information about foraging seaweeds, including 16 seaweeds, 32 step by step recipes and over 90 photographs. Expect exciting tastes from classic recipes with a seaweed twist (Pan-Fried Fish with Sea Spaghetti) to salads with [...] read more
“Rachel Lambert is a relaxing person to be around, with boundless knowledge of the most plentiful hedgerows.” Sudi, Daily Express
Autumn Foraging Course With Tasters - Sat 15th Oct, 2-5pm
Autumn Foraging Course - Sat 12th Nov, 10-1pm
Winter Foraging Course With Tasters - Sat 7th Jan, 10-1pm
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