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Spring Foraging and Cooking with We Be Kids

Spring is a great time to head out into nature and forage for wild edible plants. Whether you're a seasoned forager or a novice enthusiast there is always something new to discover. Some of the things you can forage will surprise you like the beautiful dandelion or the stinging nettle, but once prepared they can make delicious treats. Here are some of our favourite spring time foraging activities.

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The scent of wild garlic wakes a spring forager out of their slumber- these are delicious!

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Dandelion brings us such sweet colour in early spring and tasty treats too.

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Elder is such a giving tree and it's blossoms make wonderful cordial that's full of goodness.

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Who would have thought that stinging nettles could be so delicious?

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This delicious pesto is something we look forward to with anticipation each year.

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Learn more about Nature Connection while making this simple spruce tip tea.

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Towards the end of spring the Elder blooms and gives us big flowers to cook with

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These biscuits can be made with a few common flowers that you find in your garden

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Late spring brings the Hawthorn Blossom so we can make this refreshing tea.