Discover edible wild fungi that you can forage in your local area during Autumn. Learn how to identify wild mushrooms you can cook with. Learn how to forage in autumn and get recipe ideas from experienced bushcraft instructors; Dave Watson and James Kendall.
This workshop makes the perfect introduction to edible wild mushrooms for anyone wanting to dive into this fascinating and tasty hobby during the autumn months.
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Fungi featured in this workshop include: giant puffball, parasol, shaggy ink cap, jelly ear fungus, penny pun and chicken of the woods. We also include shaggy parasol, bay bolete, bitter bolete, red cracked bolete and common ink cap.
Thanks to Dave Watson from Woodland Survival Crafts for sharing is knowledge with us. To find out about courses that Dave hosts out in the woods, visit his website:
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