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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    That looks like Cow Parsley to me. It's also in the Twig's Way book.

    Some people are nervous about picking Cow Parsley, in case they are mistaking it for Hemlock (poisonous). I find the easiest way to distinguish between the two is the stem. Have a look at this advice which describes the difference in the stems.

    http://www.jackravenbushcraft.co.uk/...k-cow-parsley/
    Thanks Omi (again) I may just stick to dandelion leaves I’m not too good at this foraging

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    I bet they were happy. So Tethra is not such a greedy rex - Joey is the same, the girls will not stop filling their faces til everything has gone but Joey normally leaves early & indulges in hay for desert.

    I have dock leaf bunting

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    Right. That does it! I'm coming to live with you! Dock leaf bunting? All my forage comes in packets! It's about time I upgraded my hooman slave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    I'm really jelous of all your foraging skills :, (

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    Don't be. Learn ...we'll help you. Its really easy if you do it bit by bit. Some stuff is practically impossible to get wrong. Its a really good time to learn as you've got flowers & leaves to go on.

    Your mission, set by King Joey, is to find some Hawthorn trees & post pics on here

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    Quote Originally Posted by Leannean27 View Post
    Thanks Omi (again) I may just stick to dandelion leaves I’m not too good at this foraging
    No !!! Stick with it, it gets easier

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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    Right. That does it! I'm coming to live with you! Dock leaf bunting? All my forage comes in packets! It's about time I upgraded my hooman slave.
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    Quote Originally Posted by loobers25 View Post
    I'm really jelous of all your foraging skills :, (

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    Don't be. Learn ...we'll help you. Its really easy if you do it bit by bit. Some stuff is practically impossible to get wrong. Its a really good time to learn as you've got flowers & leaves to go on.

    Your mission, set by King Joey, is to find some Hawthorn trees & post pics on here

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    Quote Originally Posted by joey&boo View Post
    Don't be. Learn ...we'll help you. Its really easy if you do it bit by bit. Some stuff is practically impossible to get wrong. Its a really good time to learn as you've got flowers & leaves to go on.

    Your mission, set by King Joey, is to find some Hawthorn trees & post pics on here
    Ok king joey, I will report back with my homework

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    I agree that the best tactic is to try and identify one plant at a time otherwise it's easy to get a bit overwhelmed by the sheer variety of wild plants and trying to work out what they are.

    A couple of years ago I was a complete novice to foraging. I found the best way to build up my confidence was to start off with ones that I couldn't possibly mistake for anything else, such as goosegrass, dandelion and plantain and slowly built up from there.

    Also don't forget fresh grass will be appreciated by a lot of buns. I've managed to stay one step ahead of the council lawn mowers and have been picking bagfuls of long stranded succulent looking fresh grass. Been going down a storm with my two!


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    Found an awesome new spot to forage in.

    Was wondering where I would go when I changed jobs but this place is perfect.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kara View Post
    Found an awesome new spot to forage in.

    Was wondering where I would go when I changed jobs but this place is perfect.


    It looks quite peaceful, and calm for the mind as well

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