Wildcrafting

Today’s post is a postcard kind of image, a little feast for the eyes as spring begins to blossom all around us in Southern Ontario.  This salad is partially harvested and partially foraged (queen anne’s lace/wild carrot and purple clover, both salty from growing very near the Atlantic Ocean), and I hope will bring you a bit of light and happiness wherever you may be reading.

Last summer I ventured to Nova Scotia, thinking it might be time to take up on some of the amazing possibilities out there and start farming in community once and for all.  Alas, I ended up returning to the big city, awash in dreams for the future and happy memories of my journey around the province, but with some even further appreciation for the food that grows all around us.

What have you foraged or wildcrafted recently?

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