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Event Details

 

Spring Foraging with Puck's Plenty

Event Date: Saturday Apr. 28th, 2018

Event Time: 10 am - 1 pm

Host: Puck's Plenty Foraging Tours

Contact: 519-271-3726

Details:

Spring Foraging with Puck's Plenty
You see them everywhere. On roadsides. In flower gardens. Even in trash dumps. The versatile Day Lily seems to be everwhere throughout Spring and Summer. Who would have thought they are edible AND delicious?

The day lily is best gathered in the wild free from insecticides and other pollutants. In early Spring the shoots appear. They can be eaten raw, sauteed or steamed. Like many wild edibles the taste comes slowly across your palate delivering a nutty flavour with just the slightest bit of spiciness. The Delectable Day Lily is simply another delicious item featured on Mother Nature's menu including Wild Leeks, Trout Lilies, Garlic Mustard, Japanese Knotweed and more.

Read this article from Stratford's Beacon Herald and find out why Puck's Plenty is listed as one of the best foraging tours in the world.

Cost: $35/Per person

Location: Meet at 96 Birmingham Street, Stratford, 96 Birmingham Street, Stratford


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