Spring foraging in Monmouthshire with Adele Nozedar

Enjoy a family foraging walk along the river Usk in Monmouthshire in the company of author, singer and expert forager Adele Nozedar

BOSTON, MA - MAY 16: A basket filled by Tyler Akabane while foraging for garlic mustard and Japanese knotweed around Turtle Pond, near Enneking Parkway in Boston, is pictured on May 16, 2019. If you cant beat them, eat them. Thats the approach Forage is taking to invasive species, one of five major forces threatening around 1 million animal and plant species with extinction according to the United Nations. Earlier this month, the Cambridge eatery hosted its first Eat Your Invasives dinner, a multicourse feast featuring invasive species like garlic mustard, Japanese knotweed, and Asian carp. (Photo by David L. Ryan/The Boston Globe via Getty Images)

Adele Nozedar shares wonderful stories and wisdom about edible wild plants while wondering through a Monmouthshire meadow.

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This is part one of a joyful two-part podcast with a wonderfully wise country woman – you’ll learn a huge amount of folklore and the practical uses as food and medicine of many common plants. 

Foraging in Britain: monthly foraging guide

Our beginner’s guide to foraging in Britain explains what you can gather in hedgerows, woodlands, along the coast and in the countryside. Learn how to forage responsibly and safely, what’s in season each month and where to find it, plus recipe ideas. 

Find out what you can forage for in the British countryside

 

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