/ Summer foraging thread

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skog 06 Jul 2019

A short wood walk in the Trossachs turned into an impromptu chanterelle forage, today - not large quantities but good quality mushrooms.

There are a few blaeberries too, which are tasty but also not ready in large numbers just now.

And a friend sent us a picture of some giant puffballs he just found by his parents' place in Worcestershire, too.

What have you all been finding?

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jimtitt 06 Jul 2019
In reply to skog:

We "found" 140 tons of winter barley this morning

skog 06 Jul 2019
In reply to jimtitt:

Gonna need a bigger basket...

Fozzy 06 Jul 2019
In reply to skog:

Rabbits, mostly! 

Moley 06 Jul 2019
In reply to skog:

Trout.

wintertree 06 Jul 2019
In reply to skog:

Vetch of the purple flowered variety.  I’ve been en helping it win over the nettles and docs.  Bulging seed pods abound now and are very tasty snacking.

The Wild Scallion 07 Jul 2019
In reply to skog:

> A short wood walk in the Trossachs turned into an impromptu chanterelle forage, today - not large quantities but good quality mushrooms.

> There are a few blaeberries too, which are tasty but also not ready in large numbers just now.

> And a friend sent us a picture of some giant puffballs he just found by his parents' place in Worcestershire, too.

> What have you all been finding?

Does pizza from Co-op count ? 

:-D

SenzuBean 07 Jul 2019
In reply to skog:

I foraged an apple, and some red and black currants, and some raspberry, a kiwiberry. Always worth a forage at the local garden centre. ;)


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