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The Birch Sap is flowing with rapid speed and James is out tapping the almighty Silver Birch trees in a most sustainable manner making sure the tree is not damaged by the extraction of this seasonal delight.

This week brings a few new flavours to the Totally Wild corner check them out below.

Oh before we go - Anyone want to attend a foraging day in the North East on the 11th June ??? - Come back next week to register your interest.

So Then What's Amazing This Coming Week???
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    Birch Sap

    We know we have this under the Wild Leaf section but this item is so unique it's crazy and the fact that trees have many leaves makes it ok its sat in here - Confused ???

    Anyway, The Silver Birch Sap season is here and it will only last about another 10 days - The sap this year is very delicate in flavour get it into a hot pan and reduce to extract this most magical seasonal flavour.

    You can even reduce by half and then churn if you like you will most definitely not be disappointed - Its Birch Sap Time !!!

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    Alexander Broccoli

    Now here is something different.

    Alexander is an amazing seasonal flavour and the leaves are often the only thing used.

    While the heads are in their infancy and flowering strong James is picking them and they look like awesome sticks of tender stem broccoli - Get a red hot pan and char these most miraculous wild offerings to excite all

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    Mixed Foraged Salad

    This is something that will blow your cells!!!

    A selection of tiny edible wild leaves that can create texture, structure and the most amazing flavour profile is here to excite your senses.

    This week will contain Penny Wort, Wild Chervil, Sweet Sicily and many more, this delicate mix is totally outstanding and extremely unique.

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    Wild Garlic Leaf

    It's back, the first sighting of wild garlic was a few weeks back and slow growth has continued.

    As long as the weather remains nice we should see the most seasonal and potent leaf on the planet make a return in abundance very soon.

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    Oak Moss

    One of the slowest growing items in this section oakmoss often referred to as reindeer moss is available once again.

    James has a secret location where the moss is growing on a fallen tree enabling him to pick as you cant pick Oak Moss from a living tree !!!

    There are limited areas of growth in the UK & James has one especially for us - Get it cleaned, deep fried for some MOSSY ACTION

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    Pine - Douglas

    Foraged pine 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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    Mixed Wild Flowers

    Just look at these amazing wildflowers!!!

    This week's punnets include awesome Cherry Blossom, Sloe Blossom, Gorse and much more.

    Each petal holds a level of sophistication like nothing else and must be tasted as they are totally epic

    WATCH OUT as the gorse is a spiky fella but holds amazing coconut flavours

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    Bladderwrack Seaweed

    The fresh seaweed season has just started with the first arrival of bladderwrack

    This native seaweed can offer some great uses and magical flavour to many things especially if you sink it into the rolling water whilst cooking your jersey Royals - The flavour of your seasonal jerseys will change instantly !!!

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    Mixed Sea Vegetables

    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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    Salty Fingers

    The salty finger season has started again and the quality is mesmerising and flavour these fellas is truly outrageous.

    Pick the small fingers from the stem and saute gently for the best experience ever.

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    Dandelion Syrup

    Wild dandelion has 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 drizzled garnish, squeezed into your sauce or used to baste your meat - oh wow just think about that for a second.

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    Forgers Spice

    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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    Sweet Cicely Syrup

    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 !!!!

More Wild Flavours Arriving Next Week - Sea Radish Anyone ???

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Sweet Ciceley Flower And Seed
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Wild Garlic On Mass Spring
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