There are many species of wild grass growing in the Uk, some of which have been harvested for food in the past, all of which are edible.
Many non-grass species also produce edible grains, including wild versions of quinoa, buckwheat and psyllium.
This course is designed to introduce some of these nutritious wild carbohydrate sources.
In the morning we will gather wild grass grains and other edible wild seeds.
We will then eat a light lunch made using foraged ingredients, then all head into the Forager kitchen to process our harvest and produce various end products, such as wild seeds sprinkles, wild oat milk and wild grass flour.
Details: 10am - 3pm | £90 | Meeting at Forager Map