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Foraging Cookbook

75 Recipes to Make the Most of Your Foraged Finds

by Karen Stephenson

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publisher: Callisto Media
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Great meals sourced from the great outdoors—the practical approach to cooking foraged foods

You don’t have to go too far to find fresh flavors: an astounding array of delicious, nutritious, free ingredients is probably right outside your door. All you have to do is go find them—and cook them with care. The Foraging Cookbook makes it easy to go wild with wild foods, including berries, seeds, mushrooms, and more.

From Baked Veggie Burgers to Wild Pizza, this comprehensive foraging cookbook delivers everything you need to transform fresh, found edibles into delectable dishes your whole family will enjoy. Get some fresh air and exercise while foraging local fields and nearby forests for your next mouthwatering meal—with a little help from The Foraging Cookbook.

This complete foraging cookbook includes:

  • 75 Tasty recipes—Discover dozens of dishes, including plenty of main courses and substantial meals, arranged by the type of foraged food, including greens, mushrooms, seeds, and fruit.
  • The basics—Learn the fundamentals of foraging, facts on ethical harvesting, and how to grow or buy “foraged” foods.
  • Easy-to-find, easy-to-forage—All ingredients are widely available, easily foraged foods that grow near human habitation.

Finding your next forage-to-table feast has never been so fun and easy than with The Foraging Cookbook.

About the Author

Karen Stephenson is a professional writer, author, researcher, expert wild food educator, and chartered herbalist. She’s passionate about teaching people about healthy eating by integrating wild food into their daily diet.

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“There are lots of cookbooks but very few that change the way you look at the world. From nettle soup to watercress salad, by way of a nibble of red clover cookies, Karen Stephenson's book is not just an incomparable guide to wild plants and foraging but a wonderful exercise in practical philosophy too. That Ancient Greek, Pythagoras, who long ago taught the wonders of nature's larder, and even once told a hungry bear to eat acorns, I just know would have loved it.” —Martin Cohen, Author of I Think Therefore I Eat

“Many believe that foraging can only safely be learned in person from an instructor. As a foraging instructor, I can say this is NOT true. With the right book, it is very easy to learn edible wild plants. Karen's book is the right book. The great pictures and clear text will have you correctly identifying and eating nature's bounty. Trust Karen, trust this book, and you'll soon be able to trust yourself!” —Dr. Mark "Merriwether" Vorderbruggen, Author of Foraging (Idiot's Guide) and creator of www.foragingtexas.com

“Karen's passion for wild food really shines through in this warmly written and well-researched book. Whether you're a beginning forager or an expert, her deliciously crafted recipes will inspire you to go out and gather.” —Eric Orr, Forager and Founder of Wild Edible (wildedible.com)

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