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Wild food

Today is Wild Foods Day. My fellow blogger Gerry at ScienceLens tells us about learning to live off the land. Gerry’s enthusiasm for blackberries rings true to me, here in Britain, celebrating the Month of the Bramble. Thoughts about wild … Continue reading

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Apples

When I wrote about blackberries three days ago I heard my mother’s voice in my head, saying ‘blackberry and apple.’ My mother cooked blackberries (the fruit of the bramble, Rubus fruticosus agg.) with apples (the fruit of Malus domestica) at … Continue reading

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Tree of the month: Bramble

The moon is new today so we’ve just entered the Month of the Bramble or the Month of the Vine. You might choose to follow my ‘Ogham’ tag for earlier posts in this series. Several of the species called ‘trees’ … Continue reading

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