Venue Chicken Shed (Craft Studio)
Running time Course runs for five months from April 17th 6pm - 9pm minutes
With Myrtle Cooper
Next date 17th April 6:00 pm
About this course
One day every month from Wednesday April 17th for five months
Dates are: April 17th, May 15th, June 19th, July 17th, break in August, September 18th
All sessions run 6:00pm to 9:00pm
You will learn about plant history, folklore and nutritional qualities.
This course will give you the skills and confidence to safely gather and transform your hedgerow bounty into delicious storable wild food products, across the seasons.
You will develop the confidence to safely identify seasonal wild plants, where to find them and how to prepare a range of products with techniques including; lacto-fermentation, infused vinegars, superfood powders, dehydration techniques, syrups, oxymels and elixirs.
You will learn about plant history, folklore and nutritional qualities with sensory and intuitive techniques to uncover the hidden depths of wild plants.
In each session we will meet and gather wild edible plants before getting hands on making one or two wild food products, working with different techniques each time and preparing products to take home and share.
Weather permitting we will be under the trees and around the fire for at least one session.
For more information, please contact: email@example.com
Advance booking only
Course details subject to change
Please note: 25% of your course fee is non-refundable should you need to cancel your place
Offer: Special rate for Dartington Members
Wednesday 17th April
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