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Foraging is characterized by searching, identifying, and gathering free food and provisions in nature. A forager is looking for herbs, plants, weeds, mushrooms, shellfish, wood, berries, fruits, and nuts.
Wild garlic is probably one of the most popular wild edible plants to forage in spring. Wild garlic is also known as wild leeks, wood leeks, bear leeks, ramsons, or ramps. Wild garlic is recognizable by its green spear-shaped leaves and beautiful, white star-shaped flowers growing in clusters.
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The history of the snowballs, goes back to the 2nd World War where the housewives didn’t have a great food supply and therefore developed a treat, that was made with few ingredients and contained a lot of energy. Basic commodities like butter and oatmeal were still available in the stores, so the snowballs were invented.