Laura Reeves

Eating Wild this Winter

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Something special for the palate and easy on the planet By LAURA REEVES So you spent the summer gathering and preserving wild edibles. You enjoyed learning about the wonderful world of plants and the amazing…

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Recipes on the Wild Side

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By LAURA REEVES See full article HERE Bannock The traditional flatbread bannock is quick and easy to make for any meal. Serve acorn bannock for breakfast or wild mushroom bannock with your soup or burgers….

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Tending The Wild Garden

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There are special places out there where you can learn to give and take on Nature’s terms. By LAURA REEVES Have you ever walked through a place that felt so good you couldn’t help but…

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Laura’s Guidance

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From roadkill to radical locavorism, we pick the brain of AQ wild edibles columnist Laura Reeves With  SYD BAUMEL and LAURA REEVES Weighing in at over 200 pages and chockfull of colour pictures, stories and…

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Be Careful What You Bite

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Things to know when a-foraging you go By Laura Reeves “All plants are edible. Some of them only once.” – Anon.  If you’re delving into the world of wild edibles or other wilderness activities, you…

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Sharing a Mindful Harvest

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This morning, as I was cleaning up after a breakfast of stinging nettle and crab apple pancakes topped with sweet cicely-infused honey, I noticed a young buck wandering ankle-deep through the snowy woods around my…

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Not Just For Squirrels

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Acorn pancakes, anyone? How about first aid for your poison Ivy? There is an unwritten rule that one does not cut an oak unless absolutely necessary. People rarely look twice when trees such as poplars…

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