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Our little pocket guide 🍄🌿

Some of you may have seen our Wild Food UK Foraging Pocket Guide before, but for all you new followers and foragers out there we wanted to talk a little bit about it.

🌿Our paper back edition is the perfect pocket sized guide to aide you in your adventures. Housing everything you need to start your foraging journey.

🌿Packed with over 500 useful photos for identifying your finds and covers over 120 different species of tree, plant and mushroom that grow wild in the UK.

🌿Our first foraging book is exactly what we wished we had when we started out on our foraging journey and we hope that it will encourage you to discover the wonderful bounty of free food growing all around us.

🌿Our book offers a quick lookup index, it’s super straight forward with no faff.

🌿The paper back edition is so lightweight and easy to carry around. Just pop in in your pocket or in a little bag and you’re ready to go.

🌿352 pages of really useful information, simple descriptions and easy techniques To help you identify those tasty wild edibles for yourselves!

🌿Our pocket guide includes info for seeking out the edible and supplies the knowledge to avoid some poisonous lookalikes. This is the perfect all rounder for anyone looking to get into foraging or to top up their knowledge.

We hope you enjoy this book as much as we enjoyed creating it! Keep foraging on!

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Mushroom to look out for this month 👀🍄


🌿Considered a safe mushroom for a novice forager, the beefsteak fungus can be found growing on living or dead oak and sweet chestnut.

These mushrooms are unlikely to be confused with other species.

🌿Common names: Beefsteak fungus, Ox-tongue fungus

🌿Scientific name: Fistulina hepatica

🌿Found: Aug-Nov ☀️🍁

🌿Average cap width: 20cm

🌿Taste: This mushroom is best cooked in a creamy sauce recipe. The taste is quite acidic or sour, which gets stronger with age. This mushroom is great as a meat substitute as it looks just like the real thing and will bulk out your meal.

🌿Please let us know if you need any assistance or information and remember to stay safe and never eat anything unless you’re 100% sure it is safe to do so.

🌿Pop over to @wildfooduk website to see more information about this mushroom in our mushroom guides.

Happy foraging everyone! 🍄


🌿Have you managed to hunt down any Beef steak fungus this year? Remember to tag us in your foraging finds! We’d love to see what you get up to!
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