In this book Roger Phillips and Martyn Rix clearly identify the world of wild food that grows all around us, through colour photography and detailed descriptions you can be confident about foraging wild food and preparing it to eat.
This definitive guide will also give you fascinating information on how our ancestors would have used the plant as well as including over 100 more modern recipes for delicious food and drinks. From berries, herbs and mushrooms to wild vegetables, salad leaves, seaweed and even bark, this book will inspire you to start cooking with nature's free bounty.
'I can safely say that if I hadn't picked up this book some twenty years ago I wouldn't have eaten as well, or even lived as well, as I have. It inspired me then and it inspires me now'
- Hugh Fearnley-Whittingstal
- 17.8 x 3 x 25.4 cm
- 240 pages
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
In 1975 Roger Phillips began his lifes major work of photographing and publishing pictures of the worlds garden plants. His first book, Wild Flowers of Britain (1977), was a huge success, selling 400,000 copies in the first year. He has since written 20 additional volumes. Roger has written and presented two major six-part TV series on gardening (on BBC & Channel 4). Famed for his ebullient personality and garish red glasses, he has become a well-recognised figure in the world of gardening.