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No more chocolate, coffee or wine? ‘Last supper’ shows stakes of climate crisis
Former White House chef Sam Kass hosts a four-course dinner featuring dishes that could drastically change – or disappear

Rachel Leingang in Minneapolis

03, Feb, 2024 @2:00 PM

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‘I slow-cooked the fox overnight’: my day living on foraged food
The flavours are intense, our ancient ancestors lived on it, and it is remarkably good for you. But could you feed yourself on foraged food? Charlie Gilmour goes in search of herbs, berries, roots – and some roadkill…

Charlie Gilmour

26, Nov, 2023 @10:00 AM

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‘For every problem, there is a mushroom with an answer’: overcoming our British fear of fungi
We have a complicated relationship with mushrooms but, as scientists point out, they are a wonder weapon in our fight to help the environment so we need to make our peace with them

Charlie Gilmour

22, Oct, 2023 @7:00 AM

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Fungi for all, not foraged by the few | Brief letters
Brief letters: This cep-tred isle | Harper’s buses | Prison jingoism | Hurricane Suella | Decency or luxury?

04, Oct, 2023 @5:07 PM

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10 of the UK’s best autumn foraging trips
Make a day or weekend of it as you learn to identify and cook edible fungi and plants on guided walks with accommodation options

Rachel Dixon

30, Sep, 2023 @10:00 AM

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I travel across Britain foraging wild food. Here’s what to look for, and where
With a little skill and knowledge, wild delicacies can be found and savoured all year round, but bountiful autumn is the highlight of the British forager’s year

• Plus a guide to picking mushrooms

John Wright

30, Sep, 2023 @6:00 AM

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Country diary: Puffball pizza for dinner | Kate Blincoe
Caistor St Edmund, Norfolk: It’s a fruitful day of foraging, with sloes, blackberries and rosehips is abundance, but this is the special prize

Kate Blincoe

20, Sep, 2023 @4:30 AM

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Mushroom pickers urged to avoid foraging books on Amazon that appear to be written by AI
Sample of books scored 100% on AI detection test as experts warn they contain dangerous advice

Dan Milmo Global technology editor

01, Sep, 2023 @4:32 PM

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‘Freaky’: Australia’s foraging community shocked after parasitic worm found in woman’s brain
Some swear off picking their own food after infection believed to be linked to collecting and consuming greens from bushland

Tamsin Rose

31, Aug, 2023 @12:00 AM

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Berry good! 17 wonderful ways with blackberries – from crumbles and cakes to mousses and muffins
What’s not to love about a fruit that’s plentiful, free and so very versatile? Get picking!

Tim Dowling

28, Aug, 2023 @8:28 AM

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Puffballs and eyelash cups: searching for New Zealand’s curious fungi
There is growing interest in native fungi as enthusiasts across New Zealand hunt for unusual specimens, from gilled oyster mushrooms to fleshy ‘brains’

Gabi Lardies in Auckland

21, Jul, 2023 @8:00 PM

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‘It healed me’: the Indigenous forager reconnecting Native Americans with their roots
Twila Cassadore hopes teaching Western Apache traditional foodways can aid mental, emotional and spiritual health

Samuel Gilbert in Bylas, Arizona, on the San Carlos Apache Reservation, with photographs by Gabriela Campos

03, Jun, 2023 @2:00 PM

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