Summer

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Filipendula ulmaria (Meadowsweet)

One of the iconic scents of summer is the sweet and spicy honey smell of meadowsweet flowers wafting across grasslands and along roadsides.

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Suillus grevillei (Larch Bolete)

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Arctium lappa (Burdock, Gobo)

One of our most substantial wild foods, it can be eaten raw, roasted, boiled, sauteed, and pickled or used to flavour beverages

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Fragaria vesca (Wild Strawberry, Alpine Strawberry)

Fragaria vesca, our native wild strawberry, closely resembles its cultivated cousin, the hybrid Fragaria x ananassa, but  alpine strawberry fruit are much smaller and have a different, more intense, perfume

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Sambucus nigra (Elderflower)

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Chenopodium album (Goosefoot, Fat Hen, Lamb's Quarters, Melde)

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Laetiporus sulfuraeus (Chicken of the Woods)

When this beautiful bright yellow bracket is very young, it is soft and juicy and slightly tangy.  As it ages, its texture becomes quite similar to poultry meat.

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Myrrhis odorata (Sweet Cicely)

Multisensory involvement makes this a safe and worthwhile forageable with a sweet anise flavour.

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Cantharellus cibarius (Golden Chanterelle, Girolle)

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