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Whats The Wild Got For Us This Week ??

Now some dampness has come back to the land we are starting to see new growth of the second wind of wild edibles. Items such as dandelion, nettles, plantain are all starting to show there buds again through the dry and deadness that hangs above them.

One thing to notice though is that the trees are way in front just check out your nearest conker tree look at the leaves !!!

The arrival of autumn is most definitely inbound (oh my word)

Don’t miss the new wild flavours around this week Rowan Berries Anyone ???
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    Heather Blossom **In Stock**

    Now we are getting deeper into the amazing game season heather blossom is a perfect garnish for all your game dishes.

    Although it adds a beautiful colour to the dish it also deliveries on the nose as its fragrant if heated.

    It will be around a good three weeks then will disappear for another year so make sure you get a punnet or two in to try before it vanishes for another year.

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    Rowan Berries **In Stock**

    There will most definitely be a Rowan Berry tree very near you right now!!!!

    Rowan trees are in places you would never expect and the majority of people don’t even realise they are edible and the berries host a most fantastic flavour profile.

    Great dropped into sauces to add an acidic twang or stewed down into a chutney or creative wild seasonal jelly – ( now there's an idea!!!)

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    Sea Purslane **In Stock**

    For those of us that love sea purslane for those salty notes and remarkable leaf structure we are in luck as the season for this wild versatile plant is at its peak and quality is jaw-droppingly beautiful.

    An amazing alternative to samphire you must give this a try.

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    Wood Sorrel **In Stock**

    Sorrel is a magical flavour but wild wood sorrel takes that profile to another level.

    Sharp tasting notes produce a mouth-watering flavour that adds excitement to all it touches.

    James spends hours on his knees in the woods with a tiny pair of scissors snipping in the twilight harvesting this wild delight.

    It’s a laborious task which James likes to do in the evening to avoid the heat damaging the delicate leaves. Make sure you buy a punnet of this to explore its sheer wild beauty.

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    Mixed Sea Vegetables **In Stock**

    With James off to the coast every week we thought it would be a most awesome idea if you could sample the best the week has to offer in an affordable mixed selection.

    This week the mixed salty flavours include sea beet, sea coriander, sea purslane and more have been picked in a secret location packed with love and ready to excite.

    These totally affordable and totally wild sea infused mixture of vegetables should be investigated.

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    Forager Spice **In Stock**

    James has been busy in the woods over the last few weeks sniffing out all the fennel blossom he could find. He has picked enough to keep us going for a few months of this almighty fennel pollen.

    The pollen is dried then ground with added blossom and wild spice to give you a dust that will send your senses into overdrive.

    Get a few pots in – it lasts for over a year but once its all sold there won't be any until next year get yours now to avoid disappointment.

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    Pine Needle - **In Stock**

    Foraged Spruce is a flavour that if you haven’t had the opportunity to use before you must give it a go.

    Some infuse through stock, cream or dehydrate and grind, create a sorbet or even a syrup. A very simple method to get a radical result is to simply use it sat under a roasting joint of beef.

    As the heat penetrates the spruce you can smell it's deep notes as it smoulders whilst roasting in the oven.

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    Bladderwrack Seaweed **In Stock**

    Wrack seaweed is totally ready for the challenge, foraged in a sustainable manner from the Welsh coastline the seaweed is hand harvested in a secret cove where water quality is excellent.

    Once picked its taken back to Totally Wild for a nice wash and placed into punnets ready for you to use. Perfect as a garnish, amazing cooked alongside new potatoes in the same water or simply deep fried.

    Whichever way you choose to use this inspirational seaweed it’s here and ready to excite.

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    Sweet Cicely Syrup **Exclusive**

    **New Product**

    Well what can we say about this most glorious concoction apart from its totally outstanding?

    This syrup has an ability to hold the plate well and is packed with that delicate aniseed touch that will send your cells into overdrive.

    Totally exclusive and Totally Wild, James you have most definitely created one of the best syrups ever !!!!

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    Dandelion Syrup **In Stock**

    We have been waiting a while for this to arrive but it’s now finally here Dandelion Petal Syrup.

    Wild petals have been picked, steeped and turned into this magical sticky syrup which at first thoughts may seem a tad crazy but give it a taste!!!

    The syrup will hold the plate and bring excitement to all it touches, great for a drizzle garnish, squeezed into your sauce or used to baste your meat - oh wow just think about that for a second.

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    Elderflower Syrup **Exclusive**

    You will have noticed that the elderflower is now turning to berries and that floral flavour is now lost for another year.

    Well, don’t shed a tear just yet as James has collected a massive 400kg of flowers and turned them into a truly outstanding syrup. This outstanding floral syrup holds the plate and perfect for desserts and many other things - you need to give it a try.

    There is no point making your own when this is the best syrup in the planet.

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    Pine Needle Syrup

    James has had the ladders out this week as he stretched into the canopy collecting sweet and lemon in flavour pine needles to take back to his kitchen and create this sticky syrup that will most definitely excite.

    The needles from this particular pine variety hold a citrus twang that can be easily tasted in this awesome syrup.

    Pine is infused and reduced in a secret concoction of ingredients to create a syrup which holds the plate and is amazing for dressings, garnish, flavour enhancing, basting even awesome behind the bar – order a bottle today to find out for yourself

    DON’T MISS THIS you need to try it

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    Birch Sap Syrup **In Stock**

    James has been slowly maturing his harvested birch sap which he tapped back in April.

    It has now been reduced to a most delightful syrup that is packed with a sophisticated sweet flavour like you have never tasted before.

    Birch sap can only be tapped for a very short period once a year and if you wanted to make a syrup out of 200lites you would probably get only around 200ml so you can easily see how much Birch sap has been used to create this syrup.

    Make sure you buy a bottle to try...

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