Winter foraging

Winter and foraging are not mutuallly exlusive. In fact, winter foraging can provide an exciting opportunity to get out of the house and look for those hidden gems that nature stores for us throughout the year.

These treasures are not just tasty but also good for you! Some winter berries have been used for centuries in traditional medicine to combat various winter ailments such as colds and flus. For example, cranberry, cowberry and guilder rose all boast a high content of vitamins A and C, antioxidants and are renowned for their purifying, antibacterial and anti-inflammatory qualities.

Below are some of our winter favourites...

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Cowberry

Guelder rose

Cranberry

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