Foraging in the Hedgerows

Nature’s vitamin C is right on your doorstep

Photo by Elisabeth Wales on Unsplash

Have you ever been blackberrying? In past generations, we used to rely on the produce around us to survive. It was thrifty good sense for families to go fruit picking or foraging and then make jams, jellies and chutneys to see them through the winter months.

When I went for my walk yesterday, I took a plastic takeaway meal tub and filled it with…




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A woman of faith, balancing bookkeeping with book-writing. Occupying that beautiful hiatus in time between the cares of parenting and the advancement of age.

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