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Find it, Eat it

Cooking Foraged Food Gathered Around New Zealand

Foraging for wild foods is gaining momentum around the country. Edible weeds, food foraged from the fields, forest and seashore and a pantry section, Michael Daly provides identification notes and recipes that demonstrate the use of wild foods in everyday cooking

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"Yep so much to d so little time am working on spiels will def. include some photos."

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"Awesome thanks for the link! Sound like you have been busy, would love to see some pictures or a write up whenever you have time. Catch up later"
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Hi Ryan I have been in UK for last few months brushing up on my Bush Craft. Summer here's been great Switzerland looks wet this site give weeks forecast snow due on top of JFhttp://www.jungfrau.ch/en/tourism/places-to-visit/jungfraujoch-top-of-europe/weather/Like your suggestions on Kit. Mora knives are the best "bush craft" knife for your money. Every one here has one.I have done a few courses…See More
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