Wild Weed Forage Feast
What you will learn
Wild weeds in your garden can be used to create sumptuous rewilding meals!
In my kitchen garden, I manage weeds to ensure they don’t overtake the garden, but I never get rid of them entirely, because I need them. They help me to create diverse nutrient-rich meals. The only weeds I don’t like are those that are prickly and or with roots that are impossible to pull out.
The following weeds, on the other hand, are close friends of mine: Sonchus oleraceus, Portulaca oleracea, Plantago species, Oxalis species, Urtica urens, Malva parviflora, to name a few.
Join Caroline from The Cottage Herbalist and I for a weed foragers afternoon, here at ORTO farm, where Latin will be translated into feasting!
We will start with a tour of ORTO and an introduction to 10 edible weeds.
Illustrations will be available highlighting key identification features followed by a walk through ORTO One to forage wild edibles, then back in the kitchen where we will make:
Wild Weed pesto, Wild Weed-Infused Vinegar, Wild weed soda.
A sit down dinner with wild edible green cakes, wild weed salad and a special secret cake for afternoon tea. A shot of floral syrup too!
On your way home, two small surprise gifts, to take a little wildness away with you!
Until then! We look forward to meeting you, arrivederci! Cari amici!
I am extremely sorry to say that it’s not possible to give refunds once payment is made, nor to change your booking to a different date or different class, regardless of reason, or lead up time. You can however sell your ticket to another.
We look forward to meeting you! Much huge care and all the very best, from Mara.