Spring Forage and Harvest course
On a freezing cold and drizzly Saturday morning, our wild food enthusiast group set off on a Forage and Harvest garden tour.
We looked, picked and dug, touched, smelt and tasted, prepared, cooked and ate indigenous edibles, organic veggies, floral foods, wild herbs and weeds.
Everyone walked away with new plant knowledge, recipes, notes, a packet of seeds, new friends, a full belly and a smile on their face.
Here are a few of the many beautiful images that Juliette de Combes took on the day:
Thank you to all the wild food enthusiasts in the group!
Lets do it again sometime – new season, new ingredients.
If you want in on the fun, contact us
and discover local wild food.
Posted on September 3, 2013, in Baking, Beetroot, Edible flowers, Food, Forage feast and garden tours, Foraging, Foraging course, Fynbos, Fynbos flavours, Fynbos walk, Good Hope Gardens Nursery, Medicinal plants, Organic veg, Organic vegetables, Photos, Recipies, Vegetables, veldkos, Wild food, Wild Food Meals and tagged Foraging courses, Foraging in Cape Town, foriging in the fynbos, Fynbos, Fynbos walk, FYnbos walks, gardens, Good Hope Gardens Nursery, Photos, plants, Sustainable foraging, vegetables, veggie garden, veldkos, wild food, wild garlic. Bookmark the permalink. 2 Comments.