A foraging guide to its past and present uses as food and medicine.
Including the folklore, recipes, nutrition, cautions and more.
For over a decade I have experimented and explored the wild world of plants, and how our ancestors used them as food and medicine.
I’ve spent thousands of hours digging through scientific papers, read hundreds of books. Even going so far as to be nomadic for over a year.
During this time I followed the seasons, and plants around the highways and byways of these Isles.
I have written this series to help you go deeper into the wild world of plants.
WHAT PREVIOUS CUSTOMERS SAID
“I really loved the Oak Notebook. The history was fascinating. I really enjoyed reading about all the folklore connected to the tree. The acorn as food and all the facts about medicine were amazing. I had no idea. Thank you Robin” – Valerie Hurry
“Brilliant notebook. I had no idea acorns are edible. So much info and very well written.” – Charlotte Jones
“Beautiful and full of information – really happy I bought this” – Lisa Pisa
“Thank you for your time and efforts that you put into this. You have done some very important research for many people.” – Alan Frost
“I bought your Oak Notebook and love it” – Ange Toft
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Robin Harford established his wild food foraging school in 2008. His foraging courses were recently voted #1 in the country by BBC Countryfile.
Robin is also the creator of eatweeds.co.uk, which is listed in The Times Top 50 websites for food and drink.
He has travelled extensively documenting and recording the traditional and local uses of wild food plants in indigenous cultures, and his work has taken him to Africa, India, SE Asia, Europe and the USA.