Wild Foods and Wilderness Cookery 2
From : Sep 1st, 2013 - 09:00 am To : Sep 1st, 2013 - 02:00 pm Venue : Whitmuir Farm
Nature's larder is all around us! Learn how to identify the seasonal, edible wild foods which abound in Scotland and how to cook in traditional ways such as baking in clay, steaming in moss, burying in ashes, ponassing over an open fire and much more....
Class Size – 14
Cost per person - £35 (including all materials and additional ingredients)
Please contact Steven direct to book a place.
**For 14yr old or above. Ages 14yr to 15yr must be accompanied by an adult.**
Steven Hanton is a wilderness skills expert with over 8 years of experience teaching bushcraft and survival skills in the UK and abroad. He regularly spends extended periods of time living outdoors and has lived with and learned from some of the world's last indigenous peoples living a traditional lifestyle, in places such as Borneo, Alaska, the Kalahari desert and Subarctic Canada. He is passionate about the flora and fauna of Britain and is the UK's only internationally certified 'Animal Tracking Specialist'. In his spare time he builds traditional wood and canvas canoes here at Whitmuir!
Required clothing and equipment and food
All specialist materials for each workshop will be provided unless otherwise stated (eg. Axe course). Food will not be provided other than on the wild food based workshops, but there will be an opportunity to grab something from the Whitmuir cafe in the morning. Please bring a water bottle with you to remain hydrated throughout the workshop.
You may find a camera and notebook useful when identifying plants and trees and to take notes on all workshops.
All workshops will take place predominantly outdoors and in all weathers, so please come suitably dressed to be outside for a few hours. Waterproofs are essential as the weather can be fickle!!
Contact Person : Steven Hanton
Email : firstname.lastname@example.org