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Tuesday March 09, 2021

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John MacPherson joined the Walk on Wednesday 24th September led by Chris and Rose Bax of 'Taste the Wild', and learned some tricks of the trade on food foraging and enjoying Nature.

EdiblemushroomsAbove is a selection of edible mushrooms collected on the day.  John says of the afternoon: "It was a great shame only a few people turned up for the walk. Those who couldn't come missed a treat because Chris and Rose know their stuff. They took us on a trip round the lanes and woods at Pilmoor and pointed out many edible plants and fungi as well as one mushroom that was most definitely not - the infamous Death Cap. The walk lasted for 2 hours and I took home enough mushrooms to make myself a tasty snack - and live to tell the tale!
Here are Chris and Rose Bax with Steve Smith.


Hopefully we can arrange another walk in the Spring and more people will join in." You can find out more at the website for Taste the Wild. 

Photo below shows the group identifying a Death Cap. Handle with Care !!



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