|Handful of free, organic, seasonal, and delicious huckleberries|
Wild food foraging seems to be growing in popularity. Blogs are popping up all over, wild food discussion groups abound on facebook, new books on finding, identifying and cooking wild food are being published, dinners at restaurants are being promoted, and more people than ever are teaching. Money is being charged and earned, making what used to be a form of survival into a profit-earning job. Is this a good thing, or bad thing? Do we forage wild food for profit?
|Japanese knotweed, violet, and dandelion jelly|
|Gillian holding Laetiporus|
cincinnatus, dinner time!