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Vegan frittata with wild greens

This vegan frittata with wild greens is a fantastic variation on the classic Italian frittata.  And to be honest, you don’t need to be vegan to enjoy it either, it tastes wonderful. Ingredients 1 cup of gram (chickpea) flour 1 tsp of turmeric 2 cloves of garlic finely chopped 1 cooked potato, thinly sliced 1 […]

vegan frittata with wild greens

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Woodland rabbit casserole

I’m a big fan of rabbit casserole, we often eat it on our Survival Courses.  So I thought I’d write up the recipe that we use; obviously Nicola included some wild ingredients! Ingredients The ingredients are for 8 people. 2 rabbits 2 onions, sliced 2 sticks of cellery, sliced 2 carrots, sliced 2 parsnips, sliced […]


Making a pot hanger with one hand

This is the third article I wrote for The Bushcraft Journal about doing simple bushcraft tasks with my non-dominant hand and came out in August 2015.  If you haven’t subscribed to The Bushcraft Journal yet, why not! One handed pot hanger In my previous articles I’ve managed to light a fire and put up my […]

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Cow Parsley Soup 2

Here we are in mid-February and the cow parsley (Anthriscus sylvestris) is growing profusely in the hedgerows of Kent.  Also known as ‘wild chervil’ it makes a great soup when young. A word of warning however, at this time of year cow parsley could be mistaken for hemlock (Conium maculatum), which is highly poisonous.  All parts of hemlock […]

Cream of cow parsley soup

Dandelion Flowers in Batter 3

This is a really easy recipe to make a surprisingly tasty dish – dandelion flowers in batter. Ingredients 30 dandelion flowers, preferably picked in the sun Wild marjoram, finely chopped Ground ivy, finely chopped 75g of flour 1 tsp of bicarb Salt Oil for deep frying How to make the dandelion flowers in batter Blend […]