Foraging for food could change the way you eat

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Foraging for food could change the way you eat
16th October 2014

We speak to Philip Mason who enjoys taking advantage of nature and foraging for food. 

Philip explains the basic rules for foraging and the pleasure he gets from it. Mason likes how food becomes available when nature says its ready, how its nice to be aware of seasonality of eating and how he enjoys living off the same food as the wildlife.

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