It’s My Business

Whenever I tell people that I run a foraging business, they give me very strange looks. “Why did you choose to do that?” They’d ask.

I explain to them that it’s something I love to do and that there’s nothing more rewarding than foraging for berries in the woods and making wild berry syrup. That peaked their interest in Wild & Edible.  Some of them have signed up for my wild food walks and are taking my courses on how to forage.

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This post was inspired by Jade Mellor, a 40+ year old woman who runs Wild Pickings a small rural foraging business.

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This was written for the Weekend Writing Prompt by Sammi Cox. For instructions, click Here.

Source: Express

8 comments

    • Dear Rochelle,

      It doesn’t, doesn’t it? I read Euell Gibbon’s biography. I like that he was an advocate of nutritious but neglected plan and the idea of the wild parties where guests were served dishes prepared from plants gathered in the wild. Thanks for sharing the link and I’m happy that you liked my post 🙂

      Shalom,
      Adele

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