Description - The Forager Handbook by Miles Irving
At any time, in any place, food is there for the taking if only we knew how and where to look. Miles Irving makes his living out of foraging in this unique, authentic guide, he reveals the how, why, what and where of this lost art, a way of life that is becoming increasingly popular as more and more of us pursue an eco-friendly and sustainable lifestyle. This ground-breaking handbook tells you how to recognise the rich possibilities that surround us, whether in the city or countryside. From wasteground to woodland, from clifftop to coastland, plants flourish year in, year out. Summer is the time for marsh samphire in the salt-marshes; spring is when wild garlic flourishes in shady woodlands; early summer is the time for chanterelles. Many of these plants nettles, dandelions, fat hen, sorrel grow so profusely they are considered a nuisance. Yet they offer fantastic food possibilities and are rich in nutrients. Assiduously researched, packed with information and enlivened with anecdotes and more than 330 photographs, The Forager Handbook is a milestone publication marking the way forward for the future of British food. And for each plant family, Miles gives ideas for u
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Author Biography - Miles Irving
Miles Irving has been seeking out and selling foraged produce for over 10 years. Among the top British restauranteurs who sell the fruit, vegetables and herbs Miles delivers to their doors are Jamie Oliver, Richard Corrigan, Mark Hix, Sam and Sam Clark. Miles lives near Canterbury and has his own company, Forager.