#WildSydney

#mangrove of the #Sydney region. I do not know much of this tree, but someone said the seeds are edible after processing. Do you know anything about it @forageandharvest?

#mangrove of the #Sydney region. I do not know much of this tree, but someone said the seeds are edible after processing. Do you know anything about it @forageandharvest?

A grind introduced me to the possibility of #olive #leaf #tea, as an immune system #boost. Rather than wait for an extract from this #African olives we can just take advantage of this right from the tree!

A grind introduced me to the possibility of #olive #leaf #tea, as an immune system #boost. Rather than wait for an extract from this #African olives we can just take advantage of this right from the tree!

#atripex #orache abound at the moment. Loves coastal rivers, widely distributed. #wildfood #wildfoodmap

#atripex #orache abound at the moment. Loves coastal rivers, widely distributed. #wildfood #wildfoodmap

#wildfennel #foeniculumvulgare sprouting all over again in #sydney #mildwinter #wildfood #wildmedicine #wildfoodmap

#wildfennel #foeniculumvulgare sprouting all over again in #sydney #mildwinter #wildfood #wildmedicine #wildfoodmap

This morning we’re having coffee with some of the most knowledgeable people in regards to colonial food in Sydney> exciting :) @thecolonialgastronomer #colonial #food #plant #museum #mint #wildstories (at The Mint, Historic Houses Trust)

This morning we’re having coffee with some of the most knowledgeable people in regards to colonial food in Sydney> exciting :) @thecolonialgastronomer #colonial #food #plant #museum #mint #wildstories (at The Mint, Historic Houses Trust)

Cover story on SMH GoodFood by @callanboys today: Eat Your Weeds! Excellent stuff» congrats to @studio_neon @richychefron @intheannex @mattstone87 @wildfoodmap @hndspn @cornersmith #wildfood #wildfoodmap #foraging #weeds #sydney #chef #smh #article

Cover story on SMH GoodFood by @callanboys today: Eat Your Weeds! Excellent stuff» congrats to @studio_neon @richychefron @intheannex @mattstone87 @wildfoodmap @hndspn @cornersmith #wildfood #wildfoodmap #foraging #weeds #sydney #chef #smh #article

Coming up on the 27 an harvest day at the #museumofsydney as part of #celestialsydney. Learning about #Chinese #marketgardens and the ancient art of growing edible and medicinal plants» #Repost from @sydlivmus 
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Look who stopped by recently… @theweedyone dropped into our Chinese market garden to chat about the incredible world of edible and medicinal plants with @katefordsays. 
We hope to see you at our next harvest Friday 27 June. 
#wildfood #celestialsydney (at museum of sydney)

Coming up on the 27 an harvest day at the #museumofsydney as part of #celestialsydney. Learning about #Chinese #marketgardens and the ancient art of growing edible and medicinal plants» #Repost from @sydlivmus —- Look who stopped by recently… @theweedyone dropped into our Chinese market garden to chat about the incredible world of edible and medicinal plants with @katefordsays.
We hope to see you at our next harvest Friday 27 June.
#wildfood #celestialsydney (at museum of sydney)

#sowthistle #wildfood #sonchus #puha #jervisbay #wildfoodmap #mappingresources

#sowthistle #wildfood #sonchus #puha #jervisbay #wildfoodmap #mappingresources

#wildfood #cakilemarittima #searocket #jervisbay #exotic #beach #wildfoodmap

#wildfood #cakilemarittima #searocket #jervisbay #exotic #beach #wildfoodmap

benimble said: Hi! ummm this might be kind of random but i have a recipe that wants saffron. i dont think ive had it before and im not hot on the price. i saw you made a post with saffron and i was wondering if you could tell me what the taste similar to to replace it. Or if I should really just buy some. Thanks :)

hey benimble, i was posting about Saffron Milkcaps, which are a kind of mushroom. Sorry cannot help with straight Saffron substitute :)

#Repost from @smankinen stunning image of dandelion in #Finland :) #taraxacum

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The amazing #dandelion braving the nordic sea and the polar wind #wildfood @wildfoodmap #70°nord #fjords

#Repost from @smankinen stunning image of dandelion in #Finland :) #taraxacum —- The amazing #dandelion braving the nordic sea and the polar wind #wildfood @wildfoodmap #70┬░nord #fjords

#documentation #wildfood #recipe #mushroom #foraging #forest  #slipperyjack #saffronmilkcap #suillus #lactariusdeliciosus #garlic #rosemary #fry #oliveoil

#documentation #wildfood #recipe #mushroom #foraging #forest #slipperyjack #saffronmilkcap #suillus #lactariusdeliciosus #garlic #rosemary #fry #oliveoil

#processing #saffronmilkcap #lactariusdeliciosus #pine #mushroom #slipperyjack #suillus #wildfood #wildstories #recipe

#processing #saffronmilkcap #lactariusdeliciosus #pine #mushroom #slipperyjack #suillus #wildfood #wildstories #recipe

Back in the #forest for late season #harvest. Pretty much over in Sydney, we got the last ones ;) #thankyouforest see you next year

Back in the #forest for late season #harvest. Pretty much over in Sydney, we got the last ones ;) #thankyouforest see you next year

#Repost from @forageandharvest. Folks, keep an eye out for this instagrammer, he’s setting himself up as one to follow» #wildfood #wildfoodmap #wildsteward @wildfoodmap —-

Portulaca oleracea (aka. pigweed, purslane, munyeroo or wakati) is found all over the world. In fact it is the 8th most common plant in the world. It is also the plant highest in omega 3 fatty acids. It can be found as a weed in your #garden, or the native species growing in arid dessert regions in #outback #Australia. Leaves and stems can be eaten raw or cooked, or you can add the seeds to cakes. I have heard it is a good addition to Greek salads. A rumour that I will have to put to the test I think…. Yum!

#Repost from @forageandharvest. Folks, keep an eye out for this instagrammer, he’s setting himself up as one to follow» #wildfood #wildfoodmap #wildsteward @wildfoodmap —- Portulaca oleracea (aka. pigweed, purslane, munyeroo or wakati) is found all over the world. In fact it is the 8th most common plant in the world. It is also the plant highest in omega 3 fatty acids. It can be found as a weed in your #garden, or the native species growing in arid dessert regions in #outback #Australia. Leaves and stems can be eaten raw or cooked, or you can add the seeds to cakes. I have heard it is a good addition to Greek salads. A rumour that I will have to put to the test I think…. Yum!