Friday, 12 September 2014

Simple Savings in September – Garden Foraging

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Foraging is frugal fun whether done in your own back garden or along the roadsides and through the local woodlands. Today’s post is about garden foraging at Thrift Cottage and picking the last of the home grown produce as part of our Simple Savings in September challenge.

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4 comments:

  1. I have never heard of a pheasant berry, they sound intriguing.

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  2. I hadn't heard of them until I was able to have someone identify the flowers when we moved here in 2011. It has taken me 3 years to get around to remembering to pick some of them to taste them, but will now pick more to make into a sauce of some sort. Strange little things with a sort of chocolatey caramel taste to them.

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    1. Just read somewhere else that eating too many can make you visit the loo a little too often!

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    2. I believe eating too much of most fruit, veg, berries, herbs or even meat proteins can cause similar. Everything in moderation in Frugaldom. :)

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