With the right guidance, it’s possible to unearth a wealth of natural and surprisingly delicious edible plants all around us. For those in the know, food foraging can open up a whole new world of tastes and recipe ideas, and what better place to learn than Cornwall?
Food foraging in Cornwall is a great way to spend an afternoon, giving you a chance to explore some of the beautiful Cornish countryside and learn about edible plants at the same time.
Local food forager and wild food guide Rachel Lambert is a fountain of knowledge on food foraging in Cornwall and can show you a large variety of edible plants, pointers on how to identify them, which parts to eat and even suggest recipes.
Rachel is hosting food foraging walks in Cornwall from here at Gwel an Mor this October and November, and having been on one ourselves, we can safely say you’ll be amazed at what you’ll find! These food foraging walks are open to our residents here at Gwel an Mor as well as members of the public.
Not only can you see some of our beautiful woodland and countryside, Rachel will share her secrets of food foraging and edible plants. We guarantee you’ll never look at the hedgerows the same way again!
Please note that our food foraging walks in Cornwall are carried out completely under Rachel’s guidance. We would never recommend picking and eating plants without the guidance of an expert in food foraging, as this could be dangerous.
Click here for more information on food foraging in Cornwall. To book one of our food foraging walks in Cornwall, please call us on 01209 842354.