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Wild Food Foraging Walk - Bramber (afternoon)

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A Spring in the west Sussex countryside with foraging guide & wild food cook Mike Cutting by the banks of the River Arun.

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Do you want to learn about foraging? Learn how to identify edible plants to use in your kitchen at home (and poisonous plants to avoid), increase your knowledge of your local landscape and add more variety and nutrition to your diet? If so then join wild food guide and cook Mike Cutting on this guided walk in the shadow of the ruins of Bramber Castle, by the banks of the River Arun, West Sussex. On this 2+ hour walk we will examine many species of wild plants and get ideas on how to safely identify and use them, based on Mike's extensive experience in the field and in the kitchen.

As part of the experience you will have the chance to try a selection of individually prepared wild treats containing a variety of fresh and preserved wild foods including home made bread, pickles, ferments and more besides. Food is primarily vegetarian, but all dietary needs can be catered for.

We will meet in the carpark opposite the Castle Inn Hotel for 10am.

This event is strictly limited to 5 spaces to allow us to socially distance in a relaxed way without adversely affecting other countryside users (more tickets may be added in due course). Private bookings are also available. Please email forage.brighton@gmail.com or message through eventbrite for further details.

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