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Above, you will find links to our wild recipes, which are sorted by season. Additionally, you can explore our blog to discover more tips and tricks on wild food and foraging, as well as additional delicious wild recipes. We love hearing from our visitors, so please feel free to leave a comment on any of our blog posts, or send us a message through our contact form if you have any questions or feedback.

Description Woodland strawberry (Fragaria vesca) is a small and charming plant that grows wild in Denmark and many other temperate regions around the world. Despite rarely reaching a height of more than 15-20 cm, they have an impressive ability to spread across large areas. The plants have distinctive leaves resembling three fingers, with a pale
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Condiments & Preserves
Wild rose petal syrup is a sweet, floral syrup that can be made of wild rose petals, sugar, apple cider vinegar, and water. You can use it on top of pancakes, in drinks, desserts, breakfast toppings, or how else you would use syrups. You can use the rose petals from the wild roses named "rosa
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Elderflower gin cocktail is a fresh, sweet, and tasty summer cocktail made with homemade elderflower cordial, lemon, gin, and sparkling water. Enjoy this cocktail with friends and family and have an amazing summer! You can find the recipe for my simple elderflower cordial here and use it in the tasty elderflower gin cocktail. Elderflower Gin
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Butter-fried chanterelles with parsley is a super delicious appetizer you can get either from foraged chanterelles if you are lucky, or in the slightly more expensive supermarkets when they are in season from July to September.

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