My fascination for foraging began a couple of years ago, when a friend dragged me across the South Cornwall coast, in search of wild garlic to make pesto. As we strolled through shaded woodland and sunny, salty coastal paths, she pointed out plants as we went along; advising what to pick and how to cook it. I remember at the time thinking that she had managed to appear both wildy adventurous and amazingly glamorous. I was so impressed that she could simply pass a bed of many shades of green, and know which to pick to make THE most amazing dish, and which would give you a rash or even send you to your death?! Continue reading Foraging for free food
Last month in my Lazy Organic Eating blog I briefly touched upon the concept of eating seasonally. And in my traditional Trudi style, I forgot to explore this further and define what I actually meant. In fact, I realised that I have been talking about eating seasonally for months without really knowing why myself; let alone what’s actually in season!!
Hope you all had lovely lazy bank holiday weekends, with a healthy balance of fun and rest! Now, I must admit I have put my green living journey on the back burner these last few days to concentrate on relaxing, sleeping and eating…but I promise I am back on it this week!
So to ease us back in to the week, I thought I would share this scrummy vegan fruit crumble cake recipe; which is surprisingly delicious hot with custard or as a cold lunchtime treat. Continue reading Lazy Recipe: Vegan Fruit crumble cake