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Who hasnt set off on a late summer walk only to find themselves returning home with a foraged bounty of blackberries in their hat?
Its one of the easiest and most pleasurable ways to enjoy a bit of hedgerow grazing.
But your edible enjoyment of the wilds of nature doesnt have to be restricted to stripping brambles.
In spring and summer theres wild garlic, watercress, elderflower, strawberries and nettles, and autumn offers the delights of wild plums, sloes, rosehips, crab apples and hazelnuts.
Now, thanks to the tireless efforts and unbounded enthusiasm of River Cottage foraging expert John Wright, compiled here is everything you need to know to pick and cook the best of the nations edible hedgerow.
This DVD features over an hour of brand new material and more than ten deliciously simple recipe.
So sit back, enjoy, learn and become lip-lickingly inspired.