Wild food and foraging

This brief guide to wild food and foraging from the natural world offers you the opportunity to delve into the delights of wild food for free. Wild foods have a wealth recipes and remedies available. The following accounts are examples of foods, which at Nature’s Work, we are happy to gather and create into delicious jellies. jams, syrups and liqueurs.

Foraged Pizza ideas

Taken from a recent Pop-up Pizza event organised through Visit Wales and Snowdonia Active this springtime event encouraged the general public to try something new and eat locally foraged pizzas. Learn about how to forage and make simple pizza bases. Recipes included The Woodlander, the Seafarer and Wild garlic bread. The recipes can be found here:


Wild garlic bread


The Woodlander


The Seafarer

Wild foods

Click on any image below to find out more about each plant and what parts can be harvested.

Food to forage – A warning

A few words of warning and rules on food to forage: Some plants and fungi are poisonous, so if you are not 100% certain that your identification is correct – DO NOT EAT IT. Avoid foraging where agricultural sprays or vehicle pollution may have contaminated produce. Always stay on Rights of Way unless you have the permission from the landowner to leave them. Picking nuts, berries, leaves etc. is permitted on Rights of Way, but the uprooting of any wild plants is illegal without the landowner’s permission.

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