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Wild Man Wild Food

Listed under Learning & Volunteering in South East England, United Kingdom.

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Living a life in tune with nature is getting harder and harder in our technology driven world. Fergus Drennan leads groups on trips to become one with earth - or at least at one with the natural food that our earth provides. Drennan takes groups of people on expeditions through fields, forests, rivers and coasts and shows how to cultivate edible foods and how to cook them. These one day trips are available March-November. The identification of seasonably available plants takes up 60% of the trip; the other 40% is made up of cooking all this stuff. All food eaten on the trip is organic, full of natural nutrients and - according to Drennan - pretty tasty.

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Written by  Melissa Rubin.

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