Witches butter is an edible wild fungi. Nutritionally, it is made up of polysaccarides (carbohydrates) and is being studied for it’s immune boosting properties. If you get stuck out in the forest it’s one of the few edible mushrooms that can be eaten raw. Always grows on dead wood and is commonly called a ‘jelly […]
Learn how to identify and harvest one of BC’s tastiest seaweeds, sea lettuce. Firm in texture with a lovely savoury saltiness, you’ll love it.
Enjoy a six course dinner featuring fall wild mushrooms with our mushroom forager on hand to answer questions about the fungi. Mushrooms you may have never tried before will be plentiful at the table from our October mushroom hunt.
How to forage for and make chaga tea, a medicinal wild mushroom that grows on birch trees.
Bull kelp recipe for furikake a Japanese spice mix used on rice or fish. Tips on how to harvest wild bull kelp around BC sustainably.
Learn how and where to harvest geoduck around British Columbia
Learn about poisonous berries to avoid in the wilds of BC
There are hundreds of species of bamboo, all of which are edible. Some are better than others, many species only grow tough, bitter shoots, which must be cooked for a long time to be edible. Black bamboo (Phyllostachys nigra) grows well in our lower mainland (BC) climate and is very tasty, just make sure you […]
Learn how to forage for wild currants in BC
Foraging expert Robin Kort describes one of her favourite spring forage ingredients, false lily of the valley.