Wild Food Walk
Nov
27
11:00 am11:00

Wild Food Walk

Pay as You Feel Walks

These events are brought to you in association with The Real Junk Food Project. TRJFP was established in Leeds with the aim of challenging the way that the food industry in the UK works. They divert thousands of tonnes of perfectly edible, delicious and nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill as a result of supermarket purchasing practices. This food goes to feed hundreds of school children through the Fuel For Schools project as well as through an extensive network of Pay As You Feel Cafes around the city.

The idea for the PAYF walks came after a conversation I had with Adam Smith, the co-founder of TRJFP and began in May 2016. The idea behind these walks is to give everyone who wants it an introduction to the marvellous world of foraging. Making them pay as you feel means that those who can afford to pay more do, and those who can't, pay what they can afford, and together, we all have a wonderful walk!

The pay as you feel walks are a great introduction to wild food and herbalism. They will all run on the beautiful and bounteous grounds of Kirkstall Abbey during the monthly farmer’s markets.

On Saturdays you can come along and learn about how to identify common herbs that are in season and learn to treat yourself and your family for common ailments. 

On Sundays, I will be leading food walks so you can learn about the gastronomic delights that are in season, how to harvest, prepare and preserve them.

Each walk will finish with a delicious slice of my home made gluten free cake made (as closely as possible) out of 100% intercepted ingredients and incorporate some of the wild things in season at the time.

Please pick a date from the selection and order through the website to confirm your place. You only need to fill in the email & address fields when booking: even though the line is there you don't need to put in a credit card number. Then on the day please pay whatever you feel is appropriate.

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Herb Walk
Nov
26
11:00 am11:00

Herb Walk

Pay as You Feel Walks

These events are brought to you in association with The Real Junk Food Project. TRJFP was established in Leeds with the aim of challenging the way that the food industry in the UK works. They divert thousands of tonnes of perfectly edible, delicious and nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill as a result of supermarket purchasing practices. This food goes to feed hundreds of school children through the Fuel For Schools project as well as through an extensive network of Pay As You Feel Cafes around the city.

The idea for the PAYF walks came after a conversation I had with Adam Smith, the co-founder of TRJFP and began in May 2016. The idea behind these walks is to give everyone who wants it an introduction to the marvellous world of foraging. Making them pay as you feel means that those who can afford to pay more do, and those who can't, pay what they can afford, and together, we all have a wonderful walk!

The pay as you feel walks are a great introduction to wild food and herbalism. They will all run on the beautiful and bounteous grounds of Kirkstall Abbey during the monthly farmer’s markets.

On Saturdays you can come along and learn about how to identify common herbs that are in season and learn to treat yourself and your family for common ailments. 

On Sundays, I will be leading food walks so you can learn about the gastronomic delights that are in season, how to harvest, prepare and preserve them.

Each walk will finish with a delicious slice of my home made gluten free cake made (as closely as possible) out of 100% intercepted ingredients and incorporate some of the wild things in season at the time.

Please pick a date from the selection and order through the website to confirm your place. You only need to fill in the email & address fields when booking: even though the line is there you don't need to put in a credit card number. Then on the day please pay whatever you feel is appropriate.

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Nov
13
10:30 am10:30

Forage & Feast - Autumn Leaves, Seeds & Fungi

Forage & Feast Walks

My Wild Food Courses are a fully immersive foraging experience: Part Wild Food Walk and part Wild Food Banquet.

In the 5 or so hours we’re out (10:30am – 3/3:30pm), you will learn about a whole new world of food, then get to eat it! I teach you how to identify a huge variety of wild fungi and edible greens in a systematic manner to make it as safe as possible. I also tell you a bit about the herbal uses of the foods we find, although the focus on these walks is the culinary uses of plants and fungi.

To book a place on one of the Wild Food Days, just pay for your booking through the form below. If it says that there are no more spaces available on any given walk, just email me in case there have been any cancellations and I haven’t got round to updating the website before giving up.

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Nov
5
10:30 am10:30

Forage & Feast - Autumn Leaves, Seeds & Fungi

Forage & Feast Walks

My Wild Food Courses are a fully immersive foraging experience: Part Wild Food Walk and part Wild Food Banquet.

In the 5 or so hours we’re out (10:30am – 3/3:30pm), you will learn about a whole new world of food, then get to eat it! I teach you how to identify a huge variety of wild fungi and edible greens in a systematic manner to make it as safe as possible. I also tell you a bit about the herbal uses of the foods we find, although the focus on these walks is the culinary uses of plants and fungi.

To book a place on one of the Wild Food Days, just pay for your booking through the form below. If it says that there are no more spaces available on any given walk, just email me in case there have been any cancellations and I haven’t got round to updating the website before giving up.

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Wild Food Walk
Oct
30
11:00 am11:00

Wild Food Walk

Pay as You Feel Walks

These events are brought to you in association with The Real Junk Food Project. TRJFP was established in Leeds with the aim of challenging the way that the food industry in the UK works. They divert thousands of tonnes of perfectly edible, delicious and nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill as a result of supermarket purchasing practices. This food goes to feed hundreds of school children through the Fuel For Schools project as well as through an extensive network of Pay As You Feel Cafes around the city.

The idea for the PAYF walks came after a conversation I had with Adam Smith, the co-founder of TRJFP and began in May 2016. The idea behind these walks is to give everyone who wants it an introduction to the marvellous world of foraging. Making them pay as you feel means that those who can afford to pay more do, and those who can't, pay what they can afford, and together, we all have a wonderful walk!

The pay as you feel walks are a great introduction to wild food and herbalism. They will all run on the beautiful and bounteous grounds of Kirkstall Abbey during the monthly farmer’s markets.

On Saturdays you can come along and learn about how to identify common herbs that are in season and learn to treat yourself and your family for common ailments. 

On Sundays, I will be leading food walks so you can learn about the gastronomic delights that are in season, how to harvest, prepare and preserve them.

Each walk will finish with a delicious slice of my home made gluten free cake made (as closely as possible) out of 100% intercepted ingredients and incorporate some of the wild things in season at the time.

Please pick a date from the selection and order through the website to confirm your place. You only need to fill in the email & address fields when booking: even though the line is there you don't need to put in a credit card number. Then on the day please pay whatever you feel is appropriate.

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Herb Walk
Oct
29
11:00 am11:00

Herb Walk

Pay as You Feel Walks

These events are brought to you in association with The Real Junk Food Project. TRJFP was established in Leeds with the aim of challenging the way that the food industry in the UK works. They divert thousands of tonnes of perfectly edible, delicious and nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill as a result of supermarket purchasing practices. This food goes to feed hundreds of school children through the Fuel For Schools project as well as through an extensive network of Pay As You Feel Cafes around the city.

The idea for the PAYF walks came after a conversation I had with Adam Smith, the co-founder of TRJFP and began in May 2016. The idea behind these walks is to give everyone who wants it an introduction to the marvellous world of foraging. Making them pay as you feel means that those who can afford to pay more do, and those who can't, pay what they can afford, and together, we all have a wonderful walk!

The pay as you feel walks are a great introduction to wild food and herbalism. They will all run on the beautiful and bounteous grounds of Kirkstall Abbey during the monthly farmer’s markets.

On Saturdays you can come along and learn about how to identify common herbs that are in season and learn to treat yourself and your family for common ailments. 

On Sundays, I will be leading food walks so you can learn about the gastronomic delights that are in season, how to harvest, prepare and preserve them.

Each walk will finish with a delicious slice of my home made gluten free cake made (as closely as possible) out of 100% intercepted ingredients and incorporate some of the wild things in season at the time.

Please pick a date from the selection and order through the website to confirm your place. You only need to fill in the email & address fields when booking: even though the line is there you don't need to put in a credit card number. Then on the day please pay whatever you feel is appropriate.

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Oct
16
10:30 am10:30

Forage & Feast - Autumn Leaves, Seeds & Fungi

Forage & Feast Walks

My Wild Food Courses are a fully immersive foraging experience: Part Wild Food Walk and part Wild Food Banquet.

In the 5 or so hours we’re out (10:30am – 3/3:30pm), you will learn about a whole new world of food, then get to eat it! I teach you how to identify a huge variety of wild fungi and edible greens in a systematic manner to make it as safe as possible. I also tell you a bit about the herbal uses of the foods we find, although the focus on these walks is the culinary uses of plants and fungi.

To book a place on one of the Wild Food Days, just pay for your booking through the form below. If it says that there are no more spaces available on any given walk, just email me in case there have been any cancellations and I haven’t got round to updating the website before giving up.

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Oct
1
10:30 am10:30

Forage & Feast - Autumn Leaves, Seeds & Fungi

Forage & Feast Walks

My Wild Food Courses are a fully immersive foraging experience: Part Wild Food Walk and part Wild Food Banquet.

In the 5 or so hours we’re out (10:30am – 3/3:30pm), you will learn about a whole new world of food, then get to eat it! I teach you how to identify a huge variety of wild fungi and edible greens in a systematic manner to make it as safe as possible. I also tell you a bit about the herbal uses of the foods we find, although the focus on these walks is the culinary uses of plants and fungi.

To book a place on one of the Wild Food Days, just pay for your booking through the form below. If it says that there are no more spaces available on any given walk, just email me in case there have been any cancellations and I haven’t got round to updating the website before giving up.

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Wild Food Walk
Sep
25
11:00 am11:00

Wild Food Walk

Pay as You Feel Walks

These events are brought to you in association with The Real Junk Food Project. TRJFP was established in Leeds with the aim of challenging the way that the food industry in the UK works. They divert thousands of tonnes of perfectly edible, delicious and nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill as a result of supermarket purchasing practices. This food goes to feed hundreds of school children through the Fuel For Schools project as well as through an extensive network of Pay As You Feel Cafes around the city.

The idea for the PAYF walks came after a conversation I had with Adam Smith, the co-founder of TRJFP and began in May 2016. The idea behind these walks is to give everyone who wants it an introduction to the marvellous world of foraging. Making them pay as you feel means that those who can afford to pay more do, and those who can't, pay what they can afford, and together, we all have a wonderful walk!

The pay as you feel walks are a great introduction to wild food and herbalism. They will all run on the beautiful and bounteous grounds of Kirkstall Abbey during the monthly farmer’s markets.

On Saturdays you can come along and learn about how to identify common herbs that are in season and learn to treat yourself and your family for common ailments. 

On Sundays, I will be leading food walks so you can learn about the gastronomic delights that are in season, how to harvest, prepare and preserve them.

Each walk will finish with a delicious slice of my home made gluten free cake made (as closely as possible) out of 100% intercepted ingredients and incorporate some of the wild things in season at the time.

Please pick a date from the selection and order through the website to confirm your place. You only need to fill in the email & address fields when booking: even though the line is there you don't need to put in a credit card number. Then on the day please pay whatever you feel is appropriate.

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Herb Walk
Sep
24
11:00 am11:00

Herb Walk

Pay as You Feel Walks

These events are brought to you in association with The Real Junk Food Project. TRJFP was established in Leeds with the aim of challenging the way that the food industry in the UK works. They divert thousands of tonnes of perfectly edible, delicious and nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill as a result of supermarket purchasing practices. This food goes to feed hundreds of school children through the Fuel For Schools project as well as through an extensive network of Pay As You Feel Cafes around the city.

The idea for the PAYF walks came after a conversation I had with Adam Smith, the co-founder of TRJFP and began in May 2016. The idea behind these walks is to give everyone who wants it an introduction to the marvellous world of foraging. Making them pay as you feel means that those who can afford to pay more do, and those who can't, pay what they can afford, and together, we all have a wonderful walk!

The pay as you feel walks are a great introduction to wild food and herbalism. They will all run on the beautiful and bounteous grounds of Kirkstall Abbey during the monthly farmer’s markets.

On Saturdays you can come along and learn about how to identify common herbs that are in season and learn to treat yourself and your family for common ailments. 

On Sundays, I will be leading food walks so you can learn about the gastronomic delights that are in season, how to harvest, prepare and preserve them.

Each walk will finish with a delicious slice of my home made gluten free cake made (as closely as possible) out of 100% intercepted ingredients and incorporate some of the wild things in season at the time.

Please pick a date from the selection and order through the website to confirm your place. You only need to fill in the email & address fields when booking: even though the line is there you don't need to put in a credit card number. Then on the day please pay whatever you feel is appropriate.

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Sep
3
10:30 am10:30

Forage & Feast - Autumn Leaves, Seeds, Fruit & Fungi

Forage & Feast Walks

My Wild Food Courses are a fully immersive foraging experience: Part Wild Food Walk and part Wild Food Banquet.

In the 5 or so hours we’re out (10:30am – 3/3:30pm), you will learn about a whole new world of food, then get to eat it! I teach you how to identify a huge variety of wild fungi and edible greens in a systematic manner to make it as safe as possible. I also tell you a bit about the herbal uses of the foods we find, although the focus on these walks is the culinary uses of plants and fungi.

To book a place on one of the Wild Food Days, just pay for your booking through the form below. If it says that there are no more spaces available on any given walk, just email me in case there have been any cancellations and I haven’t got round to updating the website before giving up.

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Wild Food Walk
Aug
28
11:00 am11:00

Wild Food Walk

Pay as You Feel Walks

These events are brought to you in association with The Real Junk Food Project. TRJFP was established in Leeds with the aim of challenging the way that the food industry in the UK works. They divert thousands of tonnes of perfectly edible, delicious and nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill as a result of supermarket purchasing practices. This food goes to feed hundreds of school children through the Fuel For Schools project as well as through an extensive network of Pay As You Feel Cafes around the city.

The idea for the PAYF walks came after a conversation I had with Adam Smith, the co-founder of TRJFP and began in May 2016. The idea behind these walks is to give everyone who wants it an introduction to the marvellous world of foraging. Making them pay as you feel means that those who can afford to pay more do, and those who can't, pay what they can afford, and together, we all have a wonderful walk!

The pay as you feel walks are a great introduction to wild food and herbalism. They will all run on the beautiful and bounteous grounds of Kirkstall Abbey during the monthly farmer’s markets.

On Saturdays you can come along and learn about how to identify common herbs that are in season and learn to treat yourself and your family for common ailments. 

On Sundays, I will be leading food walks so you can learn about the gastronomic delights that are in season, how to harvest, prepare and preserve them.

Each walk will finish with a delicious slice of my home made gluten free cake made (as closely as possible) out of 100% intercepted ingredients and incorporate some of the wild things in season at the time.

Please pick a date from the selection and order through the website to confirm your place. You only need to fill in the email & address fields when booking: even though the line is there you don't need to put in a credit card number. Then on the day please pay whatever you feel is appropriate.

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Herb Walk
Aug
27
11:00 am11:00

Herb Walk

Pay as You Feel Walks

These events are brought to you in association with The Real Junk Food Project. TRJFP was established in Leeds with the aim of challenging the way that the food industry in the UK works. They divert thousands of tonnes of perfectly edible, delicious and nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill as a result of supermarket purchasing practices. This food goes to feed hundreds of school children through the Fuel For Schools project as well as through an extensive network of Pay As You Feel Cafes around the city.

The idea for the PAYF walks came after a conversation I had with Adam Smith, the co-founder of TRJFP and began in May 2016. The idea behind these walks is to give everyone who wants it an introduction to the marvellous world of foraging. Making them pay as you feel means that those who can afford to pay more do, and those who can't, pay what they can afford, and together, we all have a wonderful walk!

The pay as you feel walks are a great introduction to wild food and herbalism. They will all run on the beautiful and bounteous grounds of Kirkstall Abbey during the monthly farmer’s markets.

On Saturdays you can come along and learn about how to identify common herbs that are in season and learn to treat yourself and your family for common ailments. 

On Sundays, I will be leading food walks so you can learn about the gastronomic delights that are in season, how to harvest, prepare and preserve them.

Each walk will finish with a delicious slice of my home made gluten free cake made (as closely as possible) out of 100% intercepted ingredients and incorporate some of the wild things in season at the time.

Please pick a date from the selection and order through the website to confirm your place. You only need to fill in the email & address fields when booking: even though the line is there you don't need to put in a credit card number. Then on the day please pay whatever you feel is appropriate.

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Wild Food Walk
Jul
31
11:00 am11:00

Wild Food Walk

  • Kirkstall Abbey LS3 5EH
Pay as You Feel Walks

These events are brought to you in association with The Real Junk Food Project. TRJFP was established in Leeds with the aim of challenging the way that the food industry in the UK works. They divert thousands of tonnes of perfectly edible, delicious and nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill as a result of supermarket purchasing practices. This food goes to feed hundreds of school children through the Fuel For Schools project as well as through an extensive network of Pay As You Feel Cafes around the city.

The idea for the PAYF walks came after a conversation I had with Adam Smith, the co-founder of TRJFP and began in May 2016. The idea behind these walks is to give everyone who wants it an introduction to the marvellous world of foraging. Making them pay as you feel means that those who can afford to pay more do, and those who can't, pay what they can afford, and together, we all have a wonderful walk!

The pay as you feel walks are a great introduction to wild food and herbalism. They will all run on the beautiful and bounteous grounds of Kirkstall Abbey during the monthly farmer’s markets.

On Saturdays you can come along and learn about how to identify common herbs that are in season and learn to treat yourself and your family for common ailments. 

On Sundays, I will be leading food walks so you can learn about the gastronomic delights that are in season, how to harvest, prepare and preserve them.

Each walk will finish with a delicious slice of my home made gluten free cake made (as closely as possible) out of 100% intercepted ingredients and incorporate some of the wild things in season at the time.

Please pick a date from the selection and order through the website to confirm your place. You only need to fill in the email & address fields when booking: even though the line is there you don't need to put in a credit card number. Then on the day please pay whatever you feel is appropriate.

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Herb Walk
Jul
30
11:00 am11:00

Herb Walk

  • KIrkstall Abbey LS5 3EH
Pay as You Feel Walks

These events are brought to you in association with The Real Junk Food Project. TRJFP was established in Leeds with the aim of challenging the way that the food industry in the UK works. They divert thousands of tonnes of perfectly edible, delicious and nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill as a result of supermarket purchasing practices. This food goes to feed hundreds of school children through the Fuel For Schools project as well as through an extensive network of Pay As You Feel Cafes around the city.

The idea for the PAYF walks came after a conversation I had with Adam Smith, the co-founder of TRJFP and began in May 2016. The idea behind these walks is to give everyone who wants it an introduction to the marvellous world of foraging. Making them pay as you feel means that those who can afford to pay more do, and those who can't, pay what they can afford, and together, we all have a wonderful walk!

The pay as you feel walks are a great introduction to wild food and herbalism. They will all run on the beautiful and bounteous grounds of Kirkstall Abbey during the monthly farmer’s markets.

On Saturdays you can come along and learn about how to identify common herbs that are in season and learn to treat yourself and your family for common ailments. 

On Sundays, I will be leading food walks so you can learn about the gastronomic delights that are in season, how to harvest, prepare and preserve them.

Each walk will finish with a delicious slice of my home made gluten free cake made (as closely as possible) out of 100% intercepted ingredients and incorporate some of the wild things in season at the time.

Please pick a date from the selection and order through the website to confirm your place. You only need to fill in the email & address fields when booking: even though the line is there you don't need to put in a credit card number. Then on the day please pay whatever you feel is appropriate.

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Forage & Feast - Summer Leaves, Fruit & Fungi
Jul
17
10:30 am10:30

Forage & Feast - Summer Leaves, Fruit & Fungi

Forage & Feast Walks

My Wild Food Courses are a fully immersive foraging experience: Part Wild Food Walk and part Wild Food Banquet.

In the 5 or so hours we’re out (10:30am – 3/3:30pm), you will learn about a whole new world of food, then get to eat it! I teach you how to identify a huge variety of wild fungi and edible greens in a systematic manner to make it as safe as possible. I also tell you a bit about the herbal uses of the foods we find, although the focus on these walks is the culinary uses of plants and fungi.

To book a place on one of the Wild Food Days, just pay for your booking through the form below. If it says that there are no more spaces available on any given walk, just email me in case there have been any cancellations and I haven’t got round to updating the website before giving up.

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Wild Food Walk
Jun
26
11:00 am11:00

Wild Food Walk

  • Kirkstall Abbey LS5 3EH
Pay as You Feel Walks

These events are brought to you in association with The Real Junk Food Project. TRJFP was established in Leeds with the aim of challenging the way that the food industry in the UK works. They divert thousands of tonnes of perfectly edible, delicious and nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill as a result of supermarket purchasing practices. This food goes to feed hundreds of school children through the Fuel For Schools project as well as through an extensive network of Pay As You Feel Cafes around the city.

The idea for the PAYF walks came after a conversation I had with Adam Smith, the co-founder of TRJFP and began in May 2016. The idea behind these walks is to give everyone who wants it an introduction to the marvellous world of foraging. Making them pay as you feel means that those who can afford to pay more do, and those who can't, pay what they can afford, and together, we all have a wonderful walk!

The pay as you feel walks are a great introduction to wild food and herbalism. They will all run on the beautiful and bounteous grounds of Kirkstall Abbey during the monthly farmer’s markets.

On Saturdays you can come along and learn about how to identify common herbs that are in season and learn to treat yourself and your family for common ailments. 

On Sundays, I will be leading food walks so you can learn about the gastronomic delights that are in season, how to harvest, prepare and preserve them.

Each walk will finish with a delicious slice of my home made gluten free cake made (as closely as possible) out of 100% intercepted ingredients and incorporate some of the wild things in season at the time.

Please pick a date from the selection and order through the website to confirm your place. You only need to fill in the email & address fields when booking: even though the line is there you don't need to put in a credit card number. Then on the day please pay whatever you feel is appropriate.

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Herb Walk
Jun
25
11:00 am11:00

Herb Walk

  • LS5 3EH LS5 3EH
Pay as You Feel Walks

These events are brought to you in association with The Real Junk Food Project. TRJFP was established in Leeds with the aim of challenging the way that the food industry in the UK works. They divert thousands of tonnes of perfectly edible, delicious and nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill as a result of supermarket purchasing practices. This food goes to feed hundreds of school children through the Fuel For Schools project as well as through an extensive network of Pay As You Feel Cafes around the city.

The idea for the PAYF walks came after a conversation I had with Adam Smith, the co-founder of TRJFP and began in May 2016. The idea behind these walks is to give everyone who wants it an introduction to the marvellous world of foraging. Making them pay as you feel means that those who can afford to pay more do, and those who can't, pay what they can afford, and together, we all have a wonderful walk!

The pay as you feel walks are a great introduction to wild food and herbalism. They will all run on the beautiful and bounteous grounds of Kirkstall Abbey during the monthly farmer’s markets.

On Saturdays you can come along and learn about how to identify common herbs that are in season and learn to treat yourself and your family for common ailments. 

On Sundays, I will be leading food walks so you can learn about the gastronomic delights that are in season, how to harvest, prepare and preserve them.

Each walk will finish with a delicious slice of my home made gluten free cake made (as closely as possible) out of 100% intercepted ingredients and incorporate some of the wild things in season at the time.

Please pick a date from the selection and order through the website to confirm your place. You only need to fill in the email & address fields when booking: even though the line is there you don't need to put in a credit card number. Then on the day please pay whatever you feel is appropriate.

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Forage & Feast - Summer Leaves, Flowers & Fungi
Jun
4
10:30 am10:30

Forage & Feast - Summer Leaves, Flowers & Fungi

  • Leeds
Forage & Feast Walks

My Wild Food Courses are a fully immersive foraging experience: Part Wild Food Walk and part Wild Food Banquet.

In the 5 or so hours we’re out (10:30am – 3/3:30pm), you will learn about a whole new world of food, then get to eat it! I teach you how to identify a huge variety of wild fungi and edible greens in a systematic manner to make it as safe as possible. I also tell you a bit about the herbal uses of the foods we find, although the focus on these walks is the culinary uses of plants and fungi.

To book a place on one of the Wild Food Days, just pay for your booking through the form below. If it says that there are no more spaces available on any given walk, just email me in case there have been any cancellations and I haven’t got round to updating the website before giving up.

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Wild Food Walk
May
29
11:00 am11:00

Wild Food Walk

  • Kirkstall Abbey LS5 3EH
Pay as You Feel Walks

These events are brought to you in association with The Real Junk Food Project. TRJFP was established in Leeds with the aim of challenging the way that the food industry in the UK works. They divert thousands of tonnes of perfectly edible, delicious and nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill as a result of supermarket purchasing practices. This food goes to feed hundreds of school children through the Fuel For Schools project as well as through an extensive network of Pay As You Feel Cafes around the city.

The idea for the PAYF walks came after a conversation I had with Adam Smith, the co-founder of TRJFP and began in May 2016. The idea behind these walks is to give everyone who wants it an introduction to the marvellous world of foraging. Making them pay as you feel means that those who can afford to pay more do, and those who can't, pay what they can afford, and together, we all have a wonderful walk!

The pay as you feel walks are a great introduction to wild food and herbalism. They will all run on the beautiful and bounteous grounds of Kirkstall Abbey during the monthly farmer’s markets.

On Saturdays you can come along and learn about how to identify common herbs that are in season and learn to treat yourself and your family for common ailments. 

On Sundays, I will be leading food walks so you can learn about the gastronomic delights that are in season, how to harvest, prepare and preserve them.

Each walk will finish with a delicious slice of my home made gluten free cake made (as closely as possible) out of 100% intercepted ingredients and incorporate some of the wild things in season at the time.

Please pick a date from the selection and order through the website to confirm your place. You only need to fill in the email & address fields when booking: even though the line is there you don't need to put in a credit card number. Then on the day please pay whatever you feel is appropriate.

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Herb Walk
May
28
11:00 am11:00

Herb Walk

  • LS5 3EH
Pay as You Feel Walks

These events are brought to you in association with The Real Junk Food Project. TRJFP was established in Leeds with the aim of challenging the way that the food industry in the UK works. They divert thousands of tonnes of perfectly edible, delicious and nutritious food that would otherwise end up in landfill as a result of supermarket purchasing practices. This food goes to feed hundreds of school children through the Fuel For Schools project as well as through an extensive network of Pay As You Feel Cafes around the city.

The idea for the PAYF walks came after a conversation I had with Adam Smith, the co-founder of TRJFP and began in May 2016. The idea behind these walks is to give everyone who wants it an introduction to the marvellous world of foraging. Making them pay as you feel means that those who can afford to pay more do, and those who can't, pay what they can afford, and together, we all have a wonderful walk!

The pay as you feel walks are a great introduction to wild food and herbalism. They will all run on the beautiful and bounteous grounds of Kirkstall Abbey during the monthly farmer’s markets.

On Saturdays you can come along and learn about how to identify common herbs that are in season and learn to treat yourself and your family for common ailments. 

On Sundays, I will be leading food walks so you can learn about the gastronomic delights that are in season, how to harvest, prepare and preserve them.

Each walk will finish with a delicious slice of my home made gluten free cake made (as closely as possible) out of 100% intercepted ingredients and incorporate some of the wild things in season at the time.

Please pick a date from the selection and order through the website to confirm your place. You only need to fill in the email & address fields when booking: even though the line is there you don't need to put in a credit card number. Then on the day please pay whatever you feel is appropriate.

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